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    • Cynthia Powell

      Shooting in an actual studio isn't a possibility for many of us. Thankfully, you can harness the power of different Photoshop effects to recreate the look of studio lighting to make your portraits more striking. Here we show you how it's done in our latest Photoshop tutorial.

    • Thuy Tran

      Photoshop Effects: how to mimic studio lighting for stylish portraits | Digital Camera World

    • Wanda Pirani

      It can be hard keeping up with anything on a daily basis, let alone a photography blog, when you have all of your daily responsibilities to take care of first. We know you don't have time to read everyday, so to bring you up to speed on what you may have missed over the past year, we've rounded up our 15 most popular photo editing tutorials of 2012.

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