Posts Tagged ‘Photoshop’

Photoshop Technique: Cloning in Darken Mode

August 08, 2017 04:26 PM
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By Charles Cramer Photoshop Technique – Cloning in Darken Mode This is a technique that I’ve used for years, but I’ve just learned a new wrinkle!  Above is a  photograph I made of some trees in Yosemite. In the upper part of image, you can see a slight problem—the sky peeking through the leaves is […]

HDR (A Different Way)

September 09, 2014 04:11 PM
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By John Shaw I’m not a fan of HDR images.  Well, let me clarify that statement.  I’m not a fan of the all-too-typical HDR images I see.  Over-saturated cartoonish colors, with halos around edges, and lots of noise.  No thanks. But there is a quick and easy way to create naturalistic looking extended dynamic range […]

Blending Exposures – Lightroom to Photoshop and Back Again

May 05, 2013 03:43 PM
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By Justin Black Today’s digital cameras have the ability to capture a tremendous tonal range, which in the case of the Nikon D800 is 14-stops, an incredible 1:16,000 brightness ratio. Even so, from time to time we find that we wish to optimize the exposure for different parts of an image, much the way we used […]