gpvs

I’m a big fan go shooting GoPro cameras because their size lets me get them in some great places (especially with waterproof cases) But GoPro footage is heavily compressed, which means your images can appear dull and flat. Fortunately its a pretty easy fix using Photoshop or Lightroom. Learn how to improve the look of […]

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feature

Lets set up the scene. You have a 55 member family shoot. You loose count the ratio of kids to adults but all you know is that the kids out number the adults by a long margin. The ONLY time the family can all be together is 2 pm in the afternoon which adds to […]

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Photoshop Box Shots Through the Years

Photoshop has just turned 25 years old.  That’s a lot of history in the world of technology, and has led to the development of a ton of useful features.  Here’s a look back at what’s changed through the years. Photoshop 1.0 Launched Feb 19, 1990 for Mac Codename: None Lasso Tool Crop Magic Wand Eyedrop […]

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LRMobile

Lightroom Mobile was just released today for Android phones.  We’re working up our review shortly, but here’s some info for those of you who’ve been anxiously waiting.  The release is specifically for Android phones (and won’t work with all Android phones). You’ll need Android 4.1 or up. Key Features Here’s what you can expect to get. Access […]

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Avaitor Main Image

Smart Objects are layers that contain image data from raster or vector images, such as Photoshop or Illustrator files. Smart Objects preserve an image’s source content with all its original characteristics, enabling you to perform nondestructive editing to the layer.  -Adobe This sounds complicated but it’s simple once you use Smart Objects on a project. […]

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PS1

I hope you enjoyed Howard’s great tutorial on new features and Levi’s look at some hidden gems.  Adobe announced a bunch of new things yesterday that you should check out and of course Photoshop World is just around the corner. I was feeling a bit nostalgic (and wanted to see how far we’ve come).  Here’s the […]

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cliptitle

Clipping can really screw up a photo. As you make adjustments to a developed image, it’s possible to clip data (essentially create a loss of detail in the shadows or higlights).  Crush the whites or blacks in an image and you’ll lose important areas and range.  Sure, the problem shows up most when you print, but it […]

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