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Color grading in Photoshop, part two
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Tips for restoring scanned slides and negatives
Using LUTs for color, tone and contrast
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Creation of The Master’s Chair

I thought I might share something a little different with you today. I was recently asked over on Photofocus Community to share more before and after images, so I thought I would create a video of my full edit (sped

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Color grading in Photoshop, part two

In the last video (part one) we looked at Selective Color. For this installment I take a little look at the Channel Mixer in Photoshop. I really like the quick and easy way to work with the different channels of

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Color grading in Photoshop, part one

There are so many great ways to use color in Photoshop non-destructively, from altering the color of clothing to subtle adjustments in shadows and highlights. You can use a myriad of tools or just one or two. In this three-part

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Tips for Restoring Scanned Slides and Negatives - youtube

Tips for restoring scanned slides and negatives

If you’ve had the pleasure of converting film slides of days-gone-by to the digital format, you may have experienced that bittersweet feeling of excitement mingled with a tinge of disappointment upon first viewing the dust, debris and fiber-laden results accumulated

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Using LUTs for color, tone and contrast

A great way to add some interest to your photos is with using LUTs in Photoshop. LUTs (Lookup tables) have mostly been using for color grading film and video for years, think cinema blockbusters. They have a certain look and

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Cropping with a preset in Lightroom Classic

Note: This post is from our book Develop Great Images in Lightroom (available for iBooks). Often when I crop, its all about precision. I frequently need to crop to a specific aspect ratio. Sometimes it’s for the screen (video projects and

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Color grading in Photoshop, part two

In the last video (part one) we looked at Selective Color. For this installment I take a little look at the Channel Mixer in Photoshop. I really like the quick and easy way to work with the different channels of

Read More
Grading 1 Banner

Color grading in Photoshop, part one

There are so many great ways to use color in Photoshop non-destructively, from altering the color of clothing to subtle adjustments in shadows and highlights. You can use a myriad of tools or just one or two. In this three-part

Read More
Tips for Restoring Scanned Slides and Negatives - youtube

Tips for restoring scanned slides and negatives

If you’ve had the pleasure of converting film slides of days-gone-by to the digital format, you may have experienced that bittersweet feeling of excitement mingled with a tinge of disappointment upon first viewing the dust, debris and fiber-laden results accumulated

Read More
Luts Banner

Using LUTs for color, tone and contrast

A great way to add some interest to your photos is with using LUTs in Photoshop. LUTs (Lookup tables) have mostly been using for color grading film and video for years, think cinema blockbusters. They have a certain look and

Read More
cropping-lrc

Cropping with a preset in Lightroom Classic

Note: This post is from our book Develop Great Images in Lightroom (available for iBooks). Often when I crop, its all about precision. I frequently need to crop to a specific aspect ratio. Sometimes it’s for the screen (video projects and

Read More

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