Digital Photography Tutorials

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Our discussion about image and exposure correction have used the correction tools right on the layer, so you have to get it right BEFORE you commit to the change. Adjustment Layers, on the other hand, use image masks—those little white squares you see in the layer pallete next to the layer thumbnail. For such a […]

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One great way for photographers to hone their skills is by photographing wild birds. Some breeds are tame enough to let you get close, but if you have a decent zoom lens, that isn’t necessary. What is necessary is patience. The early spring is an ideal time because the trees are still bare, but the […]

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At some point in every budding photographer’s life, the realization dawns that the techniques and technology in use just don’t go far enough to bring what is visualized to life. Certainly, when you are starting out, the simplicity of the bundled software that came with the camera makes learning the basics easier. You don’t have […]

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If you liked my last post discussing my painted photo techniques, you may be interested to know where I learned the watercolor technique. The real trick in making digitally painted photos look like real watercolor or airbrushed paintings is the ability to do wet on wet paint brushing. Photoshop comes with some great brushes, but […]

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