Many times during post-production work on a photo you may need to add some kind of rendered gradient into the background or maybe even into an object in the photo. And most of the time these Photoshop generated gradients will have banding issues.What is banding? Banding is when you can see distinct rings in your gradient with hard edges where the gradient goes from one shade to another. It will make your gradient look amateurish and can even get an image rejected here at DreamsTime. It's happened... continue reading
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Have you ever waited patiently in front of a landmark, maybe a fountain or cathedral, hoping that there would be a magic moment when there was no one in the frame--no dogs, no kids, no tourists taking their own pictures?I've spent many such moments, not always patiently.Sometimes I would give up, other times the image wouldn't be what I wanted because I needed to snap away in the .5 seconds when the coast was clear.I have discovered an almost unbelievable function in Photoshop:the... continue reading
All right guys! Here's part 2 of my Portrait Makeover series - Removing Pimples & Reducing WrinklesI hope you like it!CLICK HEREBest,YanikPS: Don't forget to sign up to my RSS Email Feed to get my latest articles in your inbox! continue reading
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
Ok.Take a long breath before reading the next sentence. Have you ever took a photo and thought to yourself that the subject in the photo would be a good stock photo and when you finally downloaded it into your computer and finally viewed on your monitor that there are brightly coloured objects in the foreground or background that are very distracting?Ok, you can breath again. (long run on sentence I know)There are a few ways you can fix this problem.One is to retake the photo but this is... continue reading
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