Since I like to visit lots of peeps and most of them being photographers. Here’s Perrin with Colour is every thing! Check him out on: Perrin Clarke Photography and Imagebank Australia.
Snapseed is my favourite.. though I’m not too keen on the presets as they take time to load.
A lovely five part series on compiling your artwork Creating artwork from multiple images Finding the right images for a composition Blend if can be a real bitch to understand Masking to enhance the composition Finalising my composition with luminosity
Excuse my mumble but I’m saying: “portray” (to play the part of) yourself as a bloody good photographer. Yes, you already have a passion for photography and yes, you love getting outdoors, and now all you need is to post …
Well in short. Hell no!!! Tools are great and if we can master them great, but bigger isn’t always better and bigger will only give you an extra 10% if you use the bigger correctly. Seriously, what are your thoughts?
Dust spots on your sensor are a real problem, especially if you’re in a dusty situation. I’ve been known to use my shirt and finger to clean the sensor while photographing rodeos… Yes that sounds silly but it saved so …
Removing lens distortion can be tricky in panoramas, particularly when the layers don’t match up exactly. Checkout how we removed most of the curvature using Photoshops Adaptive Wide Angle Filter.
OMG Blending Modes in Photoshop are really powerful and when you use right they’ll distinguish your image from the next.
Forget selections tools, colour range, select and mask, channels and alpha layers. This is the quickest and easiest way to change select colours in Photoshop period.