Posts Categorized: Post Processing

Learn Amazing Photoshop Skills

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Here’s a great course being offered today at an incredible DISCOUNT price. These premium Photoshop tutorials will take your photos from ordinary to high-impact. Click here for full description. Note:  I announced this course just a few days ago, and it’s already a huge hit with my readers!  Curious about how to improve your images… Read more »

Master Photoshop, Artistic Compositions

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  The Photoshop course I started taking a few months ago is still paying off dividends.  As I’ve said previously, it is hands-down, the BEST creative Photoshop course I’ve tried. I’m finding new uses for images that go back several years, as well as some that I’ve recently taken.  The images above show quick and… Read more »

Photoshop Post-Processing Clip

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Over Ed’s Shoulder Video Clip:  Post-Processing “Figure in Tulle.” There were a lot of things I liked about this image, but as usual, a few things I thought could use some improvement.  This video clip shows you in under 3 minutes what took about 15 minutes to produce.  Main goals here: Enhance the breast area… Read more »

Photoshop Canvas Art

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The other day I placed an on-line order with CanvasOnDemand.com for a couple of canvases. I ordered a 16×20 and a 20×30 (thin wrap style, but there are several other options) and they just arrived. Thumbs-up to them for a painless ordering process, good packaging (see video below), and quality work. These pieces were actually… Read more »

Creating Canvas-Quality Art

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If you’ve been keeping up, you know that I’ve been taking a new online course in Fine-Art Photoshop techniques.  I haven’t gotten though 1/3 of it yet, but I’m already starting to get the idea of what is possible, even for a guy like me who’s generally more interested in straight photography than composite work… Read more »

Getting Artistic With Photoshop

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I recently began taking Sebastian Michaels’ new course, on Fine-Art Grunge Photoshop, and am already very impressed.  When I started taking the course, I was expecting to see a series of simple how-to videos, but the course goes beyond that.  I asked Michaels to talk about his approach, and the approach he wants his students… Read more »

Over-Used Post-processing Techniques

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Film, filters, chemical processing, and paper used to be the determining factor in the overall look and texture of an image.  Digital changed all that so long ago that even many of us old pros don’t make the comparisons between the old darkroom and the digital one anymore.  The look of our images is determined… Read more »