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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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by Helen Bradley

Creating a Triptych in Lightroom

When presenting your photos you will sometimes want to create and print them as a series of three images on...
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by Guest Contributor

Expand Your Universe in Lightroom with Dual Monitors

In this post Brandon Oelling from x=photography+consulting shares how dual monitors can speed up your workflow when using Lightroom. Nowadays,...
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by Jeffrey Kontur

You Can Fly!

Here is a relatively easy Photoshop technique which, nonetheless, seems to amaze a lot of people when they see the...
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by Guest Contributor

Creating Depth Of Field With Filters and Masks

If you're looking to create a shallow depth of field in post production today food blogger Danny Jauregui from Food...
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by Chas Elliott

onOne PhotoTools2 [SOFTWARE REVIEW]

When I heard the claims onOne software was making with their new product PhotoTools 2, I was so skeptical I...
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by Guest Contributor

The Pixels Underneath Your Photos

Ever wondered about the pixels that make up your images? Today Jodi Friedman from MCP Actions dissects an image to...
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by Jeffrey Kontur

From Overexposed “Trash” to Pop-Art

This is one in a series of articles on methods of salvaging what would otherwise be “ruined” photos. In a...
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by Helen Bradley

More on the Adjustment Brush in Lightroom

In an earlier post I looked at the basics of using the Adjustment Brush in Lightroom 2. In this post...
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by Jeffrey Kontur

Salvaging Severely Underexposed Photos

This is one in a series of articles on methods of salvaging what would otherwise be “ruined” photos. Stay tuned...
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by Helen Bradley

How to Keep a Log of Your Work in Photoshop

How many times have you created a neat effect on an image using Photoshop and then wanted to duplicate the...
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