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Portrait photographer and educator Irene Rudnyk has a lot of excellent photography and photo editing tutorials on her YouTube channel. In addition to her varied skillset, she has also dialed in an efficient and effective portrait-editing workflow. As part of her workflow, there are certain edits she performs to many photographs in Photoshop. In the video below, she highlights her top 10 Photoshop
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In last week’s episode of Two Minute Tips with David Bergman, we learned about using a gray card to nail your exposure, particularly in situations where a camera’s metering system can come up short. This week, Bergman is focused on color, specifically how to use a color checker to dial in accurate colors in any situation. In can be difficult to get accurate color, especially in situ
With the help of photographer and educator Jay P. Morgan and the team at The Slanted Lens, you can learn to capture beautiful splash photography photos using various lighting techniques and with the aid of the MIOPS Splash Kit. The splash kit is an all-in-one kit for creating consistently great water drop images. It allows you to customize the size and speed of water drops and can control both yo
At Adobe MAX 2018, Adobe evangelist, photographer and educator Julieanne Kost held a session covering many advanced tips and tricks for Photoshop CC. You can see additional sessions from Adobe MAX 2018 by clicking here. In the video below, Kost showcases Photoshop techniques, little-known features and different hidden tricks she uses to improve photos even faster. The topics covered include cus
Wouldn’t it be great if you could nail your exposure every single shot? With the aid of an 18 percent gray card, such as this one from X-Rite, you can. Below, photographer David Bergman shows us how to use a gray card in the newest episode of Adorama’s Two Minute Tips. When photographing a bright subject, such as a person, against a dark background, the camera will often try to bala
I’m photographer Jay P. Morgan. In this 15-minute video, we’re joined by Ed Rudolph, a food photographer from the Los Angeles area. He’s going to share with us his top ten tips for styling food.#1. Fake CondensationFake condensation on a glass can last for several days, and that’s plenty long enough to get your shots. To employ this method, you want to start with a very clean glass. Wash th
When shooting portrait outdoors, it’s critical to find a nice background. What makes a background an ideal choice? Photographer David Bergman offers some tips for finding the best background in the latest episode of Two Minute Tips. Bergman states that the best backgrounds are ones which are not distracting and force your viewer’s eyes to go directly toward your portrait subject. In
If you shoot a lot of landscape images, it can be easy to be drawn in by the idea that certain lenses are landscape lenses and other lenses, particularly telephoto lenses, should only be used for other types of photography. However, there are many occasions when a telephoto lens is the ideal choice for a landscape image. After getting back from a workshop he held in the Lake District in the Unite
About a week ago, we shared a video from photographer Attilio Ruffo in which he shared some basic adjustments he makes to every landscape image in Adobe Lightroom. The video kicked off a mini-series to help beginners get up to speed with the basics of using Lightroom to edit their raw images. It can be a daunting task to learn how to edit photos, but you can do a lot to your images in only a few is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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