Month: September 2020

Here is a sneak peek at a new Advanced Color Grading feature coming soon to Lightroom, Lightroom Classic and Adobe Camera Raw. Pei Ketron from the Lightroom team shares how the new Advanced Color Grading tool will give photographers more editing precision by adding color control for midtones in addition to highlights and shadows (previously
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The perfect technique to create precise targeted adjustments in Photoshop’s Camera Raw! 🎯 SUBSCRIBE to get more amazing Photoshop tutorials! ► https://www.youtube.com/user/photoshoptrainingch?sub_confirmation=1 📘 INDEX – Use the Range Mask in Camera Raw for Amazing Selections 00:00 – Introduction 00:12 – Conver the Layer into a Smart Object 00:25 – Apply a Local Adjustment in the
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This article is guide for the aspiring travel photographer who don’t know where to start. The article originally appeared here, and is being republished with express permission from Viktor. Viktor Elizarov is a travel photographer and educator from Montreal, Canada. He travels around the world and shares his experiences on his popular travel photography blog.
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In 2020, amid the ongoing coronavirus crisis, brands around the world are facing increased pressure to put social responsibility above profit. Customers are demanding more transparency, honesty, and action from the businesses they support, and as companies look for better ways to connect with and support their communities during this time, we’re witnessing a sea
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Scientists at the Department of Energy’s SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory have just captured the world’s first 3,200MP photos using an image sensor array that will become the heart of the world’s largest digital camera. While higher res photos have been stitched together before, these are the largest single-frame digital photographs ever captured. The sensor array
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Psychological research suggests that, in general, we pay more attention and are more likely to understand artworks that have explanatory titles, as opposed to artworks that are left untitled. While many artists leave titling to the last minute, these studies reveal that titles can be an important factor in determining an audience’s response to a
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