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Photography and Photoshop Ideas


Photography and Photoshop Ideas

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The infographic follows the step by step rules of macro photography beginning from lens focal length & depth to aperture settings. As it wraps up the lesson on macro photography it suggests alternative ways of shooting macro without a proper macro lens.

a sparkler photography tutorial: how to write with sparklers and catch it on camera!

{long distance loving}

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Free photoshop action

Photography: What you must know this week!

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DIY - Create your own pretty Bokeh

DIY - Create Your Own Bokeh - DIY Photography

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Bokeh effect with brush

Down & Dirty Tricks January 2014 Supplement | KelbyOne Blog

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Moody Matte Lightened Edited with MCP Products - MCP Show and Tell

10 Dollar 10 Minute Fold-Up Photo Studio

photoshop tutorial - blending to images with a layer mask

Blend Photos Like A Hollywood Movie Poster - Photoshop Tutorial

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5 ideas for adding text to images using Photoshop #1: Transparent text 5 examples of adding text to photos using Photoshop Adding a layer of transparent text in Photoshop Adding a layer of transparent text in Photoshop Adding a layer of transparent text in Photoshop Adding a layer of transparent text in Photoshop Adding a layer of transparent text in Photoshop First, open your chosen image in Photoshop. Then, click on the Background tab in the Layer box and hit Ctrl - J to copy the layer. Next, add a new layer (Layer > Add New) and add a box, setting the opacity, in the Layers box, to 70%. Now drag the text box between the two background layers and uncheck the Background Copy like so: Now add another New Layer, and add some text. Now lock the Background layer, like so: Clicking on the copy of the Background, select Layer from the top menu and select Create Clipping Mask. Now check the Background Layer once more, making it visible - job done! #2: Keeping it simple Adding a layer of transparent text in Photoshop An effective and simple way to display test on images with a centered focus is to center the text above or below. If you follow any foodie boards on Pinterest you might have seen a fair bit of this of late as it seems to be popular at the moment. #3 Coordinating colour blocks 5 examples of adding text to photos using Photoshop Adding a coordinating colour block to an image in Photoshop Adding a coordinating colour block to an image in Photoshop Adding a coordinating colour block to an image in Photoshop Bright and beautiful, this way picks out a prominent colour from the image and uses it to grab attention. Open your image in Photoshop and create a new Layer (from the top menu pick Layer > New). Now using the Eyedropper tool, click on a part of the image that you want to pick the exact colour from. For this example I chose the pink from the hyacinth. Now using the Rectangle tool, create your block, it'll automatically fill in the colour that you just selected. For my example I created another Layer after that, and added a white line alongside the colour box, using the Line tool. Finally I added some text and job done. #4: Semi opaque overlay with colour coordinated text 5 examples of adding text to photos using Photoshop Using some of the techniques shown above, I created a new Layer, added a circle to it, using the Circle tool and set it's opacity to 70%. I then added another Layer which I added text too. I used the Eyedropper tool to pick colours form the photo itself and changed the text to match. #5: Wavey text 5 examples of adding text to photos using Photoshop Having opened my image I created a new Layer and added the text. With the text selected I selected , from the top menu Type > Warp Text and chose Flag from the dropdown. Fonts used: Mission Script (free) Learning Curve (free) Conqueror Carved (free)

5 ideas for adding text to images using Photoshop

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9 Weird Photography Tricks That Actually Work!

As photographers we all want the same thing; sharp pictures. And sometimes we don't always get them, sadly enough. I've experienced more than my share of unsharp images but I've also used the tips...

10 Tips For Sharp Photos

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What lens should I use? This quick cheat sheet will help you pick the right lens for your needs.

What Lens Should I Choose? | Kevin & Amanda

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Use this template to make a Facebook Timeline to celebrate Valentines!  read the directions on the site

Valentines Facebook Timeline - Flourish | for Women Photographers

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ArtInPhoto - FREE by Xionghui Liu

Morpholio Frame: Collage, Filter and Stitch with this Photo, Pic and Image Editor by Morpholio Apps

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How to Take Professional Christmas Pictures Without Hiring a Professional - Money Saving Mom®

How to take professional family photos without hiring a photographer. This post has a GREAT tips -- many that I'd never heard of before! I can't wait to try these out!

How to Create Glitter in Photoshop

21 Incredibly Simple Photoshop Hacks Everyone Should Know

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Have you even wanted to change the color of something your photo? In Photoshop Elements and Photoshop CC/CS there's a tool to do just that!...

Change a Color in a Photo

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Lightroom Features I Love: Copy & Paste

Lightroom Features I Love: Copy & Paste

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Photoshop tutorials

shadowhouse creations: Tutorial

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Tips for getting GREAT indoor photos in low light! Ive always wondered about this.

It Works For Bobbi!: Getting GREAT Indoor Photos This Christmas!

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To color match an image use the Match Color command. You will need 2 images, the source image and the the target image. First make sure you open both images in Photoshop, then activate the target image (the one you want to change), and go to Image > Adjustments > Match Color. In the dialog box, set the source file to the file you want to match. You can confine your color-matching to specific areas by creating selections in each image before you open the Match Color dialog box.

Match Color an Image

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Mom*Tog - For moms who love digital photography - Part 17

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