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Sharpening using Overlay in Photoshop
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Sharpening using Overlay in Photoshop

Photoshop Professor Notes series Introduction Sharpening our images using the Overlay Blending Mode in combination with the High Pass filter has been around for quite a while now and some of you may even use it at this point but I am going to explain why it works so well. I am […]

Photoshop Professor Notes
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Photoshop Professor Notes

Adding Impact to  your images John Warren – September 11, 2016 Introduction The quality of the images coming out of our digital cameras these days is quite stunning compared to what we used to get from our cameras years ago. Even the compact all-in-one and cell phone cameras produce great results but, […]

Shooting Panoramas – Part 2
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Shooting Panoramas – Part 2

In my last article on shooting panoramas, the exposures were relatively even and when Photoshop did it’s Merge to Panorama thing, the end result was really good as far as even tones were concerned but, we are not always as lucky and when things don’t go as smoothly as we’d […]

Shooting Panoramas
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Shooting Panoramas

About the Author: John is an award winning Photoshop Instructor and Professional Photographer living and working in the Greater Toronto Area and is on the faculty at Humber College. Shooting panoramas is fun and easy to do provided you follow a few simple rules. If you are not paying attention […]

Capture and Combine Star Trails
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Capture and Combine Star Trails

So you’ve seen some incredible star trails, you’ve booked a weekend to get out of the city, and you’re ready to throw your hat into the ring with the best of ’em. Our final image. Nikon D800 – Tamron 24-70mm F/2.8 VC – Gitzo 2540F Tripod. 180 secs @ F/9 […]

Stacking Images for Greater Depth of Field
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Stacking Images for Greater Depth of Field

Focus stacking? Never heard of it? It’s certainly a tool every photographer should have in their arsenal when looking to bring everything into focus. In a perfect world, we’d all have view cameras with bellows, tilt and shift abilities, and maximum depth of field. However, lugging those dusty old 4×5 […]

Photo Inspiration – One Click Wonder
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Photo Inspiration – One Click Wonder

Most of us own a camera capable of capturing wonderful images. Most also have software applications or special gadgets that can apply countless effects to our images.

In Photoshop, with the blank filmstrips on the bottom layer and the image you want to combine on the top layer, simply change the Blend Mode to “Lighten”. The top layer image will only show up over areas that are dark on the bottom layer, in this case the filmstrips. It’s just that easy.
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Inspiration – Old Is New by Daryl Benson

You old school photographers might remember having the experience of getting to frame 38 on a 36-exposure roll of film. Those who remember even further back – before auto film load and rewind – will perhaps also recall hand winding the exposed film back into its canister.

Autumn Colours by Michel Roy
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Autumn Colours by Michel Roy

Summer is over and autumn has arrived, transforming the landscape into an artist’s delight. At this time of the year we all focus on the vibrant colours of the season … so let’s explore the techniques of adding and enhancing colours in Photoshop! It is a simple and creative process […]