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A Simple Guide to Using Photoshop Part 1: How to Make Photos Pop

You went out and bought your first DSLR camera, you have taken some photos, now you are wondering what is the next step?

I’m going to be a photography snob for just a second by mentioning that way too often I see photos that get posted online without any editing done to them, and while that’s ok (sometimes) a lot of times though it leaves pictures looking really flat. 555 more words

Beginner Photographer

Digital Kenshin!

This post is special to me. I’ve been struggling for, well, enjoyment in my long journey to digital art. It’s been so difficult that so far, it’s not been really fun. 154 more words

Class Projects

Dew drops...

Since purchasing my macro lens in the spring this was the first opportunity i’ve had to be out at stupid o’clock and crawl around in the dew covered undergrowth. 271 more words



I’ve tried to do something different in Photoshop this week for the Lady whom i’ve been working with for the images for her forthcoming website. I’ve not really considered Negative images since I was doing Dark Room photography back in the early 90’s, but I think the effect is fantastic when done in High Contrast.


Developing Photoshop ~ C2335093

Tutor ~ David Sharp

Thu 1 Oct 15 ~ 09:30am – 12:00pm

9 Sessions ~ £86.65 or Free

WEA Office and Centre, 1 Stand Road, Whittington Moor, Chesterfield S41 8SW… 65 more words


Rusten Spiker

Jeg kom over denne spikeren i terassen da jeg gikk rundt med min macro linse for et par dager siden. Dybgeskarpheten var ganske liten så bare litt av spikeren var i fokus, så for å få til dette bildet, måtte jeg ta mange bilder hvor ulike deler av spikeren var i fokus og sy de sammen i Photoshop i etterkant.