Bored of digital looks? Spice up your photo with film grains!
Another attempt at setting a proper contrast.
We conjure colors onto a bleached sky while leaving the irrelevant areas untouched.
“Your photographer friends” will be surely humiliated when they see the carnival of colors on your nature photos. Even colors thought to be dead can be revitalized with some care. This is what the next dossier is about.
With some diligent afterwork, a zoo portrait can be turned into a nice photo for monitor or web usage instead of throwing out.
ImageSkill’s free photoshop plugin offers a more balanced lighting.
There’s an obscure, rarely mentioned way to do it.
A step onward. Or back?
A dumb title for a useful feature: Adjusting brightness and contrast in Photoshop Elements.
You’re lucky if the wall’s only falling in the photo. It’s easily mended.