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This is What Adobe's Dehaze Slider Does to Photos of the Night Sky

This is What Adobe's Dehaze Slider Does to Photos of the Night Sky | Mobile Photography | Scoop.it

"Adobe's new Dehaze slider has been wowing photographers since it was launched for Lightroom and Adobe Camera RAW last month."

Jerome Okutho's insight:

Adobe's new Dehaze slider is a great tool for removing excess light pollution from photos, leaving them looking more stunning than ever. Here's a quick peek at what you can expect from this feature.

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Congresswoman Introduces Bill to Regulate Excessive Photoshop Use @ Weeder

Congresswoman Introduces Bill to Regulate Excessive Photoshop Use @ Weeder | Mobile Photography | Scoop.it

The recently abundant outcry with excessive Photoshopping has lead lawmakers to stand up. With the boom of social platforms and the constant exposure to visual media, the image of perfection is continually forced upon us.

Kitty Fisher's insight:

A new bill was introduced today by Congresswomen Lois Capps and llena Ros-Lethinen about the excessive use of Photoshop. Like how many of us saw the before and after of Lady Gaga's Versace shoot. She practically looks like maybe a close relative but not identical to what she looks like.

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15 useful Photoshop shortcut commands | Design Dosage

15 useful Photoshop shortcut commands | Design Dosage | Mobile Photography | Scoop.it

Here are fifteen handy photoshop shortcut commands. They are handy in many occasions because you often have to move your mouse cursor in order to select a tool, but this means moving it from a position that may be difficult to find again. Plus, it becomes a very long process if you have to keep switching tools very often. The buttons are all shortcuts, and some of them work on web browsers too, such as Ctrl + Z and Ctrl + 0.


Kitty Fisher's insight:

Helpful and handy is right. Knowing simply what keys to press in accordance can ease the pain and trouble.

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Take control sharpening in Photoshop | Digital-Photography-School

Take control sharpening in Photoshop | Digital-Photography-School | Mobile Photography | Scoop.it


Most people who have experimented in Photoshop, especially those who shoot in raw, will have some experience of trying to sharpen an image. Sharpening increases the contrast between neighbouring pixels resulting in the visual effect of a crisper image. It is typically the last processing step that should be performed on an image and is often used to enhance already well-focussed images or in desperation to try and rescue elements of a photograph that weren’t captured in-focus when the shutter was pressed. There are numerous ways to sharpen images in Photoshop, so much so that there is a whole sub-menu of filters dedicated to sharpening, each offering a different amount of control and different levels of success. However, one of the most overlooked filters that can help you achieve better results with more control isn’t found in the Sharpen sub-menu, but is in fact found in the, usefully named, Filter -> Other menu: the high pass filter. I’ll take you through a step-by-step guide to using high pass filter and hopefully show you how simple and effective image sharpening can be.....

 

The benefit of using this method to sharpen your images is that the sharpening effect is applied in a non-destructive fashion, on a duplicate layer, with a very simple to understand parameter (in the Radius value) that controls the magnitude of the sharpening, as well as giving you the ability to fine tune the final effect using the Opacity slider.


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Remove That Cart. Photoshop Request Fail

Remove That Cart. Photoshop Request Fail | Mobile Photography | Scoop.it
Just like most artists who share their work on the internet, I often get emails from people I don’t know. Typically, they are just expressing their appreciation for what I create or write, or asking me some photography- or retouching-related questions.
Jerome Okutho's insight:

If you thought Photoshop was only used for airbrushing models, you're in for a surprise once you check out this collection of photos. Just make sure you're not drinking any milk while you look through the pictures.

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Photo Retouching Tips | How to Work With Photoshop Actions @medianovak

Photo Retouching Tips | How to Work With Photoshop Actions @medianovak | Mobile Photography | Scoop.it

What are photoshop actions? Basically actions are shortcuts that photographers use to speed up the editing process. Sure you could edit things by hand and lighten things up, change the tint of the file, add more color with your hue/saturation tool – but actions let you do all of this with the click of a button. Actions are really helpful because you can get a variety of looks quickly and saves a TON of time in the editing room.
Many photographers make their own actions to get the style they like, or you can download them from numerous places online. If you never used it before you should definitely check out this tutorial and see what these actions are all about.

Kitty Fisher's insight:

Another issue that has been presenting itself, ever more so. Retouching in Photoshop, well this one is photoshop actions. Which in the shortest terms are shortcuts, to speed up the editing process.  With a handful of palettes to choose from, this will make all that manual labor, easier on you.

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Photographer Father Photoshops His Son Into the Fantasy Worlds of His Imagination

Photographer Father Photoshops His Son Into the Fantasy Worlds of His Imagination | Mobile Photography | Scoop.it
Two years ago, photographer and musician David Niles was watching his son Nathan let his imagination run wild as he played with his favorite toys. It was then that he was inspired to put Nate, now 9 years old, into these worlds with a little help from Photoshop. Thus was born the Nate’s Adventures series.
Kitty Fisher's insight:

When a parent tries to imagine the world that their child lives in. I think David Niles came pretty close to making a replica of that world, with his photography. Catpuring his young son out and about, gives us all the idea that we should capture our own ideas and memories.

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