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In this video, Nicole shows how to use some of the new masking features inside of onOne’s Perfect Layers. Click HERE to download a free 30-day trial of onOne’s Perfect Photo Suite 9! Nicole S. Young is a professional photographer living in Portland, Oregon. She is the author of several print books and eBooks, and runs […]

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When shooting in high-contrast light, all photographers are faced with the unnatural color-shift of chromatic aberration, and likely well-acquainted with the notorious green or purple fringe lining the edges of objects in our images. Though a few tools to combat color aberration have been embedded in Adobe’s workflow for some time, cleaning up the lines in […]

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Back in the day, Instagram photos used to show up in our Twitter feed. That changed several months after Instagram was bought by Facebook in April of 2012, and images were no longer appearing in the stream. Instead, if a photo is shared through Twitter, it is linked to the photo on Instagram instead of being embedded into […]

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onOne’s New Perfect Photo Suite 9 is amazing, but can it replace Photoshop or Lightroom as your main image enhancement software?

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Are you looking for a great way to touch up your images or remove blemishes?  Well you have access to the Spot Removal tool which is surprisingly versatile. Advanced Healing Brush (a.k.a. the Spot Removal tool) Lightroom 5, Adobe Bridge and Photoshop CC 2014 all share the Camera Raw 8 processing engine. What this means is […]

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If you have a photographer in your family, or if your significant other is a photographer then in many ways, you have it made when it comes to holiday gifts. There are so many cool products out there that photographers will love. Everything on this list is something the team at Photofocus use and can highly […]

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Photoshop and Lightroom are a great combination but sometimes is gets confusing on what edits should be done in which program. I use a simple Halloween photo to show my workflow. Along the way, I demonstrate the power of plugins such as Topez’s Simplify and Photoshop’s own Poster Edge filter.

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