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One of my ABSOLUTE favorite things to do in Photoshop is to play with lighting effects. Whether that be to make something glow, create a spotlight sort of effect, or set my hands on fire, I’m always so impressed with the many ways Photoshop allows you to alter lighting. Because of the skills I’ve gathered for [...]
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Two Minute Portrait with Amy. Awesome photo's with minimal gear. Another "minimal gear" Two Minute Portrait with Amy a Nikkor 50mm f/1.8D and Nikon D610 camera. Pack up your favorite lens and a few batteries and let's hit the road! I hope you enjoy my new series "Two Minute Portrait". The theme of this photographic series is packing light and getting the shot. Although you never want to be unprepared for any photo shoot it's good to focus on what you will actually use and need. In this…
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Blogger\Photographer says: I don’t know about you, but if I could only use one tool in photoshop for the rest of my life, it would be Curves. It can do so much! Not only can it lighten up your images, but it can make your colors and contrast pop by making an S curve. To do that, just add a second point in the curves window, and drag it down a bit. This is pictured here.