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by Helen Bradley

Fixing Animal Eyes in Lightroom

Often when I look at the photographs that I’ve taken at the zoo, for example, the animals’ eyes are underexposed...
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by Helen Bradley

How to Fix Chromatic Aberration in Photoshop

Chromatic Aberration is the bane of digital photographers. It can be seen as a halo or fringe around the edges...
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by Helen Bradley

How to Resize Images in Lightroom 2

One of the hardest things for a new Lightroom user to work out how to perform is a simple image...
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by Helen Bradley

Clean up a Scene in Photoshop Elements in 6 Easy Steps

When you’re photographing popular places this summer, one issue you’ll face is getting a clean shot of what you’re photographing....
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by Peter West Carey

GIMP – An Introduction

Many DPS readers have requested more and more information about GIMP (sometimes referred to as The Gimp) photo editing software. ...
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by Guest Contributor

How to Fix a Botched Tourist Photo in Photoshop

Samantha Decker (see her Flickr Account here)shows us how she merged two photos together to get a better photographic memory...
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by Helen Bradley

Understanding Filters in Photoshop Elements

When I was young, my dad told me that if at first you don’t succeed you should try and try...
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by Barrie Smith

Blue Skies Lookin’ at Me

When digital cameras became popular many keen photographers picked up a useful hobby: shooting the breeze or the skies or...
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by Helen Bradley

Add a light Source in Lightroom in 5 Easy Steps

The Lightroom Graduated Filter tool can be used to add a secondary light source to an image where one was...
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by Peter West Carey

Creating Panoramas With hugin Photo Stitcher

Recently I posted the article 8 Guidelines To Taking Panoramic Photos With Any Camera followed by 20 Great Stitched Panorama...
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by Helen Bradley

How to Fix Keystone issues in Photoshop Elements

One issue you'll often encounter when you photograph tall buildings is a keystone effect caused by the angle at which...
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by Helen Bradley

How to Batch Resize in Photoshop

While it’s relatively easy to write an Action to resize a series of images in Photoshop, it’s easier still to...
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by Helen Bradley

Working with Virtual Copies in Lightroom

The Virtual copy feature of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom lets you experiment with multiple editing options for an image without duplicating...
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by Helen Bradley

Moving a Lightroom Catalog

Helen Bradley explains how to successfully move Lightroom files and a catalog to a new disk. One issue that stumps...
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by Helen Bradley

Smart Dodge and Burn in Photoshop Elements

In the traditional darkroom, you could adjust the relative lightness or darkness of parts of an image using processes called...
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by Guest Contributor

Burning & Dodging With Adjustment Layers And Masks

Food blogger Danny Jauregui from Food Bloggers Unite! shows us an alternative Burning and Dodging technique. Non-destructive burning & dodging...
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by Helen Bradley

Fixing Blemishes in Lightroom

When you have an image which needs some spot fixing before printing you can often do the work in Lightroom...
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