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Template Help!

Ok, I am a real novice when it comes to templates from Dreamstime...you know the ones with "Sample Text Here" written all across cool graphics. Is there a way to edit that text in Photoshop? How do you tackle that problem? I really like some of the website templates, but the text all over them keeps me from downloading. Any advice would be awesome! continue reading

Igor and Lany Grishin's master class on processing of wedding photos

On September, 9th in Volgograd has passed Igor and Lany Grishin's master class on processing of wedding photos. As the founder of Internet-photomagazine I will share the emotions and opinions.1. Why I there have gone.Each wedding photographer faced that during a season many photos collect. Besides, it is necessary to give all photos in time. Processing of photographings very often borrows even more time, than photographing. Igor and Lany Grishin's Master class gave the chance to learn packs... continue reading

Ready, Set, DRAW!

So…Hi Everyone!I’ve been doing a lot on photography and my photo journey here, but now I have something else to blog about. Illustrations! Which I will get to after I tell you my Photoshop story. It’s a BLOG. I get to do what I want :)After my job folded last October and I decided not to work for totally crazy people ever again (not counting myself), I knew that in order to be successful in any kind of media field I would have to learn Photoshop.Now really, how hard can that be?... continue reading

First tutorial: Precise Whiteout...

well the story begins when i had to place some car parts (fly-wheels) online with a white background. The problem, i didnt know how to get it perfect. I tried doing it through photoshop but it was not giving me the result i was looking for until it occur to me why wont i just transfer the files into illustrator instead. Since Illustrator doesn't not work with pixels its a straight line any way you put it.First open the file in photoshop and save it as an eps. Open the file in illustrator and place... continue reading

Useful plug-in for photoshop cs5: imagenomic portraiture

Portraiture is a Photoshop, Lightroom and Apertureplugin that eliminates the tedious manual labor of selective masking and pixel-by- pixel treatments to help you achieve excellence in portrait retouching. It intelligently smoothens and removes imperfections while preserving skin texture and other important portrait details such as hair, eyebrows, eyelashes etc.Portraiture features a powerful masking tool that enables selective smoothening only in the skin tone areas of the image. What makes... continue reading

Photoshop

I'm new to photoshop and i need a way to learn photoshop to a good extent. I have thought of going to lessons but i neither have the time nor the money for that kind of activity. My other option is books and DVDs. I,ve found three books in amazon and one comes with dvd lessons.Have you got any suggestions(books)? continue reading

So far so good ... 15 pictures in 1 week ...

After a week of uploading and waiting for approval ... I ended it up with fifteen pictures approved. I nerver thought that my pictures are qualified to be on-line here beside the professionals photographer with a modest camera and lens kits.It has been very excited and challenging to translation the "pro" description of the rejection into my picture which is rejected like "over filtered". Over filtered for what ? too much sharpness? remove to much noise ? Burn the picture too much ? etc...... continue reading

Photoshop or Not photoshop ?

Nowaday, it is very easy to capture picture of any thing, in any situation and with any point of view (tilted LCD) but the result is not the same according to the brand of the camera. I heard that Canon delivers softer picture and Nikon process more the final picture to deliver a sharp and bright picture; No matter the format of the files out of the box.My experience is nobody can be called "Cartier-Bresson" hanging his Leica on the neck and capture the right picture at the right moment with the... continue reading

Make your images pop with blending modes

If you're like me, sometimes what comes out of your camera and onto your monitor isn't quite what you had in mind when you took the photo. Sometimes the image might look a bit flat or dull, despite playing with curves or levels in Photoshop.Have you ever tried the blending modes? They can really add something dynamic to an image. So where do you find blending modes? When you open an image in Photoshop, you'll automatically have a background layer in the Layers palette. You won't see the blending... continue reading

Creating a cloud brush

Creating a cloud brushLINKHere is a simple yet easily adaptable method to make puffy clouds for your projects.We will start with a brush about 400 px in size, with a hardness of 0% and spacing of 25%.These settings can be found and set in your brush palette.Next let move on to Shape Dynamics. Lets adjust the size jitter to 46%, and set the control to fade and 25, minimum diameter to 25%, leave everything else in this panel to default and move onto the next option Scattering.... continue reading

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