Essential Photography Skills For Beginners
Imagine capturing an image and investing hours post processing within Photoshop prior to achieving artistic gratification. The next day, happy with your accomplishment you’re ready to share your photography with the world.
Upon reopening the image within Photoshop you’re shocked to discover that the colors don’t look right, washed out or oversaturated and completely unacceptable.
Camera Raw’s interface makes it extremely easy to edit RAW image files with precision and can circumvent the need for additional (potentially destructive…) adjustments within Adobe’s Photoshop.
But, what if you don’t have a camera that shoots in raw? Can you still take advantage of Camera Raw’s nondestructive editing?
A couple of years ago, I had taken to the skies for my first attempt at aerial photography. With my feet now firmly on the ground, I revisited browsing through hundreds of exposures in an effect to isolate worthy images.
It was long before I discovered an image with reasonable composition and positioning of the elements. Unfortunately, I had missed out on capturing the perfect light at dusk because of the flight time restrictions.
As a photographer, learning how to print photos in Photoshop and get the most out of your inkjet printer is important.
The key to printing high quality photographs from Photoshop is being able to understand and configure the available printing options and color management settings to your exact printing requirements.
In this article you’re going to learn how to get more clients for your photography business in 30 days or less, without spending a fortune on advertising.
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