To get the best out of the tools and to find our their strengths and weaknesses, check out this Photoshop vs Lightroom debate.
In our previous post, we covered one of the essential skills for photographers - how to remove a color cast. Today we’re looking at another skill that will come in handy if you have unwanted objects in your photographs. Removing objects is a lot easier than it seems. Here’s how to do it in 9 easy steps.
You can have the perfect image, with the perfect model and spot on lighting. It’s not until you zoom in that you realize - it’s another color cast. Removing a color cast is something every photographer will naturally learn during his or her career. Instead of discarding those images, give them another chance. Here’s a quick tutorial on how to easily remove a color cast from your photos in Photoshop.
With Halloween just around the corner, designers are busy creating themed promotional materials. We don’t want you feeling left out! Regardless of your Photoshop skills, you can create your very own Halloween banner with our simple tutorial. You can make social media covers that are simple and tasteful - just follow the steps. Here’s a step-by-step guide to help you in your creative endeavours.
There’s one small detail missing from still photographs - movement. There probably have been times when you felt like your image would be so much better if it could just have an animated detail. There is a way to turn your photographs into a GIF in Photoshop and create Cinemagraphs. Today, we have several tools that can be used to simplify this process to add movement to still images.