One of the signature aesthetics of many film stocks is the faded look of shadows. This is especially visible on expired film or film that has purposely been pushed or pulled.
Sharpening a photo digitally can be a helpful way to bring out the textures in a soft image, but sharpening too much can create an annoying ‘ghost’ effect around hard lines. Here’s a better way to do it in Photoshop without overemphasizing the hard edges.
One of the standout features of Apple’s new MacBook Pro computers is the all new Touch Bar, which replaces a row of function keys atop the keyboard with a long OLED screen that’s contextual depending on the application(s) you’re using.
Sometimes it takes more than simple color correction to make a good photo into a great photo. If you have a scenic picture that could use just a little more warmth to make it pop, try adding some extra light in Photoshop with “light bleeding.”Writer and photographer
Looking to cut out the background from an image, but aren’t quite sure how to do it? Well, no matter if you have Photoshop or not, you’ve come to the right place. In this article we’ll cover two different methods that will get the job done: one that uses
Starting today, Adobe Photoshop is transforming from a photo editing application into an interactive video game.
I like to make my photos look like they were shot on old film, distorting the colors, crushing the blacks, and even adding grain. Professional photographers probably roll their eyes, but there’s a nostalgic appeal to the film aesthetic.