Let’s try to imitate the feeling the colors of negative films radiate in Photoshop.
It’s high time we took a glance at the capabilities of the Curves feature that offers a wide-ranged and easily controllable feature for increasing contrast.
This Photoshop article is for making landscapes “more interesting”.
Once again we introduce a rarely used sharpening method with a fabulous cat portrait in Photoshop.
How a photo becomes an aquarel in Photoshop.
We bring a bit of blue into the grey sky by emulating a blue gradient filter in Photoshop. We even try to stick a few clouds on it.
Basic sharpening procedures (e.g. Unsharp Mask) do not distinguish between details and noise, and therefore they sharpen noise, too. We step up and try to sharpen only the substantial details.
Noise: the bogeyman! We can almost see digital photographers shiver and shrink. Well, not those who read us. Photoshop tip.
When lighting is strong, you have to fight shadows, too. They might overcome for a time, but there is always a chance for another battle.
Faking it: depth of focus