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Five tips for adding textures to your photos

The term “texture” is a catch-all term for adding either abstract images, detailed photos, or patterns of different surfaces, like metal, cracked paint, sand, etc. as an overlay on your image. This is a type of “compositing”, combining multiple images into one finished work. Adding textures to your images can change the mood, create special effects, strengthen the composition, or help better tell a story.  These five concepts will help you add textures more easily, realistically, and quickly in Adobe Photoshop

Boundary Warp in Lightroom CC

The new Boundary Warp feature within Lightroom CC can help you relatively seamlessly fill in the ‘transparent’ areas on your panoramas by intelligently warping the edges without distorting details.

Working with the New Boundary Warp Feature in Lightroom

Adobe just introduced an update to Lightroom CC (v2015.4) with a new feature called Boundary Warp. Found inside the Panorama merge screen, Boundary Warp intelligently stretches the edges of a merged panorama so you don’t have to crop as much of the final image.