Lightroom is great to quickly enhance images, but sometimes you need Photoshop to fix the image. This tutorial covers Auto Lens Correction, copying selections and masking.
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 […]
Using Photoshop’s powerful Masking and Layer Blend modes we are going to apply overlays to add snow to a photograph that was taken in sunny Florida.
There are many ways to extract an image using Photoshop. The key is to know which tool to use and when. For this example, we will use the Focus Area select tool.
I wanted to make a photograph of a car that looked like it had been shot in one of those fancy studios with the enormous soft boxes, but I had to do it on the grass at the fair grounds. This video shows how I made it happen using layer masks in Photoshop. Relighting a […]
A question came up on the Alaska Eagle trip about removing an object from its background. I was asked what was the “best” way which is a subjective question of course. What I shared was the most “powerful” way… Calculations. The Calculations command can be used to create a new selection based on the details […]
Once in a while we get a question that we’ll answer on the site. This question is from Rob Lando – Vacaville, CA. “Are there software tools that can help ease the job of making selections for me? I wonder if some Photoshop plug-ins and/or Lightroom could help me. Can you make some recommendations? If […]