Category Archives: Post-Processing

Reading Your Histogram in Photoshop

by Guest Contributor Anna Gay Histograms in editing software are a useful indicator that will help you see what tonal adjustments need to be made to your image in order to achieve a balanced tonal range. Having a working knowledge of how your histogram works is important, but you will find that histograms vary from […]

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Levels in Photoshop: Using the Dropper Tool

by guest contributor Anna Gay When it comes to initial editing in Photoshop, adjusting Levels is a great place to start. By adjusting levels, you can correct your shadows, midtones and highlights, as well as increasing or decreasing the overall contrast. You can manually adjust the sliders in your Levels adjustment panel, but Photoshop also […]

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Texture Basics

by guest contributor Anna Gay If you are new to editing with textures, but aren’t sure where to start, here are a few tips to get you going. First, you are going to need a program like Photoshop (Elements or Creative Suite) that will allow you to overlay images on top of one another. The […]

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Removing Red Hands and Feet from Newborns

by Guest Contributor Veronica Gillas Newborn photography comes with its challenges, but getting harsh red tones out of images seems to be a particularly challenging task for some photographers.  The trouble is that a brand new baby’s circulatory system isn’t developed yet, so getting blood flow to their extremities is a bit daunting for their […]

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How to Crop for Printing

by guest contributor Anna Gay A topic that is sometimes a bit confusing for new Photoshop users is cropping images to fit certain dimensions for printing. To crop an image in Photoshop, most likely, you are going to lose a little bit of the image if you are shooting with a DSLR, and most of […]

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