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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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by Helen Bradley

How to Sharpen Photos: An Introduction

We’ve received quite a bit of feedback from Post production readers asking us to look at the issue of sharpening...
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by Barrie Smith

Adobe Photoshop CS4 Extended Review

Photoshop CS4 Extended There appears to be no dramatic changes to this widely used app. However a number of aids...
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by Helen Bradley

Photoshop Inspiration: Police CD Label

Need an excuse to go music shopping? I love to browse the CD covers at my local secondhand music store...
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by Sime

Play! With Pictures Imaging Software

How about some "family friendly" imaging software? Play! with Pictures is a newly released piece of software from Vertus that...
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by Kenneth Setzer

RAW Creativity

Most articles on the RAW digital photo format will most likely be about how crazy you are not to be...
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by Darren Rowse

What Post Production Software Do You Use Most?

Time for another weekly reader poll - this one focuses upon post production software and will help us work out...
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by Helen Bradley

Extracting Lines from an Image in Photoshop

Step 1 Open a new image and duplicate the background layer by right clicking it and choose Duplicate Layer. Click...
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