Have you ever merged multiple photos together but couldn't use the result because straight lines got curved too much?In case you didnt know, there is actually an easy way to solve that problem.The curves are most likely necessary to be able to connect lines smoothly - i.e. without a breach - in the first place. Most programs will make a variety of decisions autonomously. Those curves are basically a byproduct of the merging process. Depending on the subject you shoot, you can influence the result... continue reading
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The mood at this year’s Geneva Motor Show was markedly different from that of last year.The manufacturers comprising the global car industry appeared hell-bent on seduction.The beguiling and sexy come-hither was in stark evidence.is to visit the show during the press days.And unfortunately, I don’t have any contacts that would enable me to obtain a press pass.But nevertheless, the few hostesses that noticed me were indeed very kind to me.They smiled and inquired whether I wanted... continue reading
You've photographed your subject against a white background, but it still isn't quite as white as it needs to be, here's what you do.In photoshop go to Image adjust>Curves>when the box pops up go to the top right hand side and pull the diagonal line to the left, voila!A nice white background. continue reading
Hi Guys!Here's my latest video tutorial in Photoshop. This time I'll show you how to use the "Soft Light" layer mode as a quick and easy alternative from using our traditional Levels or Curves adjustments.I hope you'll find it useful. CLICK HERE to view it.Yanik continue reading
While out shooting pictures of my fiance refining his skills, naturally I started looking around at my surroundings to see what else might make a good photograph. The breeze was blowing very smoothly across the overgrown grass. It caught my eye and I thought, "This might make an interesting Photoshop texture. I'll take a few pictures and play with them later when I get home."After my fiance was finished examining his documented training, I hopped on the computer and pulled up the other images... continue reading
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