How to Create Pseudo HDR Effect in Photoshop

By: Rafiq Elmansy on Jul 8th 2014
How to Create Pseudo HDR Effect in Photoshop

The technique behind the HDR images is based on taken the same shot three or more times using under-exposed value of -2, default exposure value of zero, and over exposed value of +2. The three images should be taken with the same position and other factors such as the ISO and shutter speed. Then the images are imported into Adobe Photoshop using the HDR script that merge the images in one HDR image allowing you to modify the HDR... CONTINUE READING

Model and Property Releases: An Introduction for Photographers and Designers

By: Nat Coalson on Jun 6th 2012
Model and Property Releases: An Introduction for Photographers and Designers

Model releases and property releases are simple legal agreements between a photographer and another person. The general purpose of a model or property release is to document the consent of the person to use their likeness, or the representation of a property, in a photograph. Ideally, releases should be signed before the photography takes place. A release allows the photographer to make and use the photographs for purpose(s) described in the release and can also contain other terms specific... CONTINUE READING

Digital Photo Printing Essentials

By: Nat Coalson on May 15th 2012
Digital Photo Printing Essentials

Photographers and graphic designers are often tasked with the printing of photographic images, either by printing themselves or working with a lab or other service provider who handles the printing. In this article you’ll learn the fundamentals of the digital photo printing process as well as some procedures and best practices you can use to help ensure your photos come out looking their best. Types of Photographic Printing There are two main methods of photographic printing today: chromogenic and... CONTINUE READING

How to Fix Red Eye in Photoshop

By: James George on Feb 14th 2012
How to Fix Red Eye in Photoshop

We have all been there. You are shooting great shots of a scene or an event, and you look in your view finder, like the shot, and move on to the next one. After the festivities, you go back and look at your shots, and find that your subject has red eye. This used to be a huge problem to fix in Photoshop, because they didn’t have a tool to immediately remove red eye. This changed in CS5, though... CONTINUE READING

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