Greetings to all my friends and members of Dreamstime! I created another tutorial on Photoshop which I hope will be useful, both to enrich their cultural photographic, is to actually improve the quality of their photographs. Press on and open an image file on which to work.Press the "Alt" key and click on the "New Layer " (bottom right). Select "Overlay " and click on the flag "Fill with Overlay-neutral color" (50% gray ) and opacity 100%, press OK . Now we can use the tools "Burn" and "Dodge",... continue reading
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Index:1-Step By Step2-Help Layers3-Be Organized!4-Go, Go, Go5-Once You Zoom In, You Can Never Go Back6-Equality7-Take A Look At The Big Picture8-Modification vs Correction9-Different Layers for Different Parts10-Where to Stop?11-Keyboard Shortcuts (Photoshop Assistant)12-Neutral GrayvsTransparent Layer13-Alternative Techniques14-Different Applications15-Creating The ArtIn this blog, which will be more than long, I will try to explain... continue reading
How to deal with burn-out….Hi everyone…miss me?There comes that day when all the fire and fun, just goes. For me, it came last week after I came home from a cruise to Alaska with seven folders of photos to process.I was so excited when I took them and chimped them (reviewing on the back of the camera while pursing lips like a chimpanzee….) and then I got home, the party was over and……….crapola. I have a couple THOUSAND pictures to edit.I could care less. (Except maybe for... continue reading
The smog came from forest and peat bog fires approaching Moscow. Outside temperature is at 37 'C. Mortality rate in the capital doubled.... And the prices for masks, fans, split systems raised 4 times up! :(See my first editorial content for Dreamstime users here: continue reading
I want to share an easy non - destructive way of dodging and burning with you which I recently learned.Open a n image in Photoshop and make a copy of your background layer with Ctrl + j.Open another new blank layer,choose "Soft Light" from the menu while creating the layer and click the box below. ( % 50 grey thing ! )You will get another new blank grey layer.Press D and change the color mode to default.Now lower the Opacity and Flow to about % 50 or less.And choose a soft... continue reading
Hello everyone!I've been a contributor here for a long while but I've never posted on the forums. But now is different. I decided to start a blog last month focused on helping fellow photographers. And I thought that it would be nice to share my knowledge with my fellow DTimers!I just posted a video tutorial on non destructive dodging and burning. I hope you enjoy it!By the way, I invite you to click here and sign up for my RSS email feed. That way you won't miss a single post! :)... continue reading
Zhen Ru old temple is located at Lan Xi Road in Pu Tuo district, Shanghai, China. The temple occupied about 0.15 hektare and structural area is 1370 square meters. It was built in South Song dynasty (1208-1224) and remove and rebuilt in Qing dynasty. So, the temple had almost 800 years of history.In ancient times, there were many temples in Pu Tuo district, but most of temples were ruined, Just a few temples were preserved. In these preserved temples, Zhen Ru old temple was oldest, well preserved... continue reading
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