Bored of digital looks? Spice up your photo with film grains!
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.
We lighten up shadowed areas while breaking in those unruly highlights in Photoshop.
After all that sharpening, let’s see what to do when you want to eliminate the effects of oversharpening!
Our obsession for sharpening isn’t over yet. We’re taking on this task for the fourth time.
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.
Taking the dive into the depths of Neat Image.