This adapted from an article on HDR found in the "Garden Route Photo" web site, written by Hougaard Malan”HDR is in no way some miraculous technique to make a mediocre photo an amazing one, neither is it the gateway to becoming a great digital landscape photographer. Post processing will always play a minor role in creating a great photograph but the main effort will always be in the planning and shooting phase.HDR is popular because a camera can’t always capture the dynamic range of light... continue reading
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I love sketches. And surprises :)Adding some colors with sometimes unexpected result is what I want to share with you.Just open a sketch in Photoshop and chose Image -> Adjustments -> Gradient map. Play with options there and find gradient that suits your image the best. The result may be unexpected. If you like it, adjust some colors, options, add some strokes and effects to finish the picture.You may also make some copies of the sketch layer, apply different gradient maps to them and... continue reading
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