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How to Remove Red Eye

I’m old enough to remember when red eye - that phenomena where the pupils of people or animals eyes glow horror show red in a picture - was the norm rather than the exception. And while advances in camera technology and in-camera processing has improved to the point where this rarely happens, it can still occasionally be a problem.Red eye is caused when light from a flash reflects back from the retina at the back of the subjects’ eyes, and it usually happens when shooting at night or in low light.... continue reading

Poor background removal - is this refusal bugging you?

"Poor background removal" - if this is a refusal reason that you commonly receive when your images are reviewed, especially on subjects that have a plain (often white) background, here are a few tips that I hope you will find helpful.If you intend to "cut out" your subject matter and place it on a white background, you need to make sure the background is actually white. And the edges of your subject need to look realistic - often they have the appearance of being cut out with scissors because... continue reading

Goodbye noisy skies with "distorted pixels"!

Hi Dreamers!I guess I am not alone tackling the issue of denoising the skies in outdoor shots,especially when it comes to night photography. Even with photos taken at nominal ISO values (ISO-200 for my camera) I found it often frustratingly noise-prone to make the sky brighter and richer by boosting the levels/contrast.Here are a couple of examples, where my first attempts to "improve" the skies led to refusals initially. That time I knew little about the origin of "distorted pixels" and... continue reading

Equalize tip

I think that , most of us have or had refusals because of poor background removal.An easy way to check it out is to use equalize option in Photoshop. After you removed your background and turned it to white make a copy of your layer and clickImage >Adjustments > Equalize.If you see dots or stains on white partition of the image then undo equalize option and clean these areas with a white brush.Thank you very much for readingSerdar Tibet continue reading

Tutorial: Removing Backgrounds

I found some interesting tutorials on how to remove background from pictures with Photoshop.Here the links to these guides:Removing Backgrounds Quickly in PhotoshopCencellare lo sfondoEliminare lo sfondoSelezionare ed estrarre soggetti dallo sfondo continue reading

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