How to use Photoshop to Create Drama in Your Photos from Nicole Young on Vimeo.

Contributor Nicole Young (http://nicolesyblog.com/) shows us how to add drama in Photoshop.

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  1. Thanks for sharing these tips, Nicole, I am learning a lot from them!

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  2. Thanks for sharing these tips, Nicole, I am learning a lot from them!

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  3. Great post, I never thought to do this before!

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  4. Great post, I never thought to do this before!

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  5. Bam! Another neat trick from Nicolesy. Great pace once again and useful tip which is easy to remember. What we need now is a follow-up video showing folks how to record this as an Action which they can replay at will.

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  6. Bam! Another neat trick from Nicolesy. Great pace once again and useful tip which is easy to remember. What we need now is a follow-up video showing folks how to record this as an Action which they can replay at will.

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  7. Loved it!

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  8. Loved it!

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  9. I’ve been reading tips all over the web for years now, but yours are definitely the best.
    Simple tricks, easy to learn, just a few clicks, yet so much difference for your image. Thanks Nicole!

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  10. I’ve been reading tips all over the web for years now, but yours are definitely the best.
    Simple tricks, easy to learn, just a few clicks, yet so much difference for your image. Thanks Nicole!

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  11. Wow, that’s pretty awesome!
    Does anybody know if there’s a way to get a similar effect with Aperture?

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  12. Wow, that’s pretty awesome!
    Does anybody know if there’s a way to get a similar effect with Aperture?

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  13. very useful and original technique! good!

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  14. very useful and original technique! good!

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  15. Thank you Nicole.

    I very much like your Photoshop tips but this one is a real winner.

    I had a portrait of a Chinese construction worker, having a cigarette break and with this tip the pictures got real strong.

    Thank you again!

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  16. Thank you Nicole.

    I very much like your Photoshop tips but this one is a real winner.

    I had a portrait of a Chinese construction worker, having a cigarette break and with this tip the pictures got real strong.

    Thank you again!

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About Nicole S. Young

Photographer, author, entrepreneur. I love photographing food and landscapes, and have written several how-to books on Photography, post-processing, and creative inspiration. You can find more about me on my blog, online store, as well as on Google+ and Twitter.

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