Recommended interesting article: Blending Multiple Exposures In Photoshop

Just came across an article on blender multiple exposures to counter movement of things like leaves in a long exposure landscape.  Simple but very effective.  Check it out! Blending Multiple Exposures in Photoshop I’m going to go try it.  Cheers. Michael Continue reading Recommended interesting article: Blending Multiple Exposures In Photoshop

Quadruplez la résolution du capteur de votre caméra!

Voici le vidéo avec la méthode, les notes sont un peu plus bas.  N’oubliez pas de vous abonner à mon canal YouTube!  Merci! Hyperrésolution Photoshop Ouvrir les 20 photos dans Photoshop File > Scripts > Load files into stack Sélectionner tous les fichiers Appuyer sur “Open“ (Ouvrir) Ne PAS sélectionner les options (IMPORTANT): Attempt to Automatically Align Source Images (Tenter d’aligner les images) Create Smart … Continue reading Quadruplez la résolution du capteur de votre caméra!

Simulating a tilt-shift lens in Photoshop

Here’s the video tutorial on how to simulate a tilt-shift lens in photoshop and make the subject(s) look like miniatures. And here are the notes if you want to have a printed reference. Lightroom Start by finding your file in Lightroom Crop and frame to your liking Clip the whites and blacks to taste Bring the Clarity way up Bring the Vibrance way up Bring … Continue reading Simulating a tilt-shift lens in Photoshop

Getting the rough, grungy look in portraits

Here’s the latest video tutorial on my YouTube channel: And here are some quick notes to accompany the video: Create two copies of the background layer Name one: Noise Name the other: High Pass Turn off the High Pass layer Select the Noise layer Select Filter > Noise > Add Noise Set the amount to 10%, Gaussian and Monochromatic (to avoid random lit pixels with … Continue reading Getting the rough, grungy look in portraits

Peter Lik – Photographe ou Artiste?

Voici le texte de la vidéo que j’ai publié sur YouTube aujourd’hui. Aujourd’hui nous allons parler de Peter Lik et pourquoi les photographes semblent l’haïr. Plusieurs d’entre vous ont sûrement entendu parler du photographe Peter Lik.  Ce photographe australien est un des plus prospères de la planète.  Il aurait même vendu une de ses oeuvres $6.5M de dollars américains. Né en 1959 de parents Tchèques, il commence … Continue reading Peter Lik – Photographe ou Artiste?

Thrilling new Photoshop feature!

There is a new feature in the latest release of Photoshop that’s got me thrilled.  (Chuffed to bits for my UK friends).  It’s the ability to edit 360×180 panoramic photos.  There are often little errors that creep into the stitching process which are very hard to correct in a equirectangular projection.  Now, you can edit directly in Photoshop as if the image were flattened in … Continue reading Thrilling new Photoshop feature!

A first working weekend with the MacBook

So I just spent the last weekend at my son’s soccer tournament.  I decided I was going to take some sports shots with a new 2x teleconverter.  I’ll write about that one later.  I brought the MacBook 12″ with me to test the workflow the Lightroom. I was actually quite impressed by the machine.  Lightroom imported quickly thanks to the SSD drive.  I could select … Continue reading A first working weekend with the MacBook

First days with the MacBook 12″ retina

So far, so good. I’ve installed Lightroom and Photoshop, as well as PTGui Pro and Aurora HDR Pro.  Everything seems to be running smoothly.  I was mostly concerned with the performance of Lightroom on a Core M3 processor but I have to complaints so far.  Performance is good. The keyboard takes some getting used to, though.  Short travel keys for a touch typist is a … Continue reading First days with the MacBook 12″ retina