Using several editing programs on an image.

  If you are a Creative Cloud subscriber like myself then you automatically get Photoshop with the Photography Plan. For some Photoshop is rather daunting and people sometimes want to steer clear of it.. and at times I feel that way too. However, on saying that Photoshop is an ideal place for using your various [...]

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Digital Art – One Step Further

For ages, I have wanted to take my Photoshop Skills to a new level.. and today I decided it was time to venture into the world of digital art.  I have created some forms of art in the past but they have been primarily based on photographs we have taken. Today was the day when [...]

Photoshop – Layer Blending Modes

One of the things that frightened the death out of me in Photoshop was blending modes... and how to use them... For ages I couldn't get to grips with what they did until I read this blog post called Photoshop Blend Modes Explained, which gives a very detailed look into blending modes... As you can [...]

Leeds Castle in Monochrome

Leeds Castle

This photograph was processed using the same method I used yesterday for my Canary Wharf at night photograph.  And the method being this process was as follows: Within Lightroom I took three photographs of different exposure times and opened them as layers in Photoshop. I then aligned the layers using the auto-align feature I then [...]

Surrounded by Bluebells

Today I watched a video that was created by Laura Macky about replacing colours in an image.  And it was one from her expanding horizons tutorials.  I had never thought about using colour range to change parts of an image.   So I thought I would give it a go.  So first of all I did my usual [...]

Bridge at the Venetian

The above was taken during our stay in Las Vegas in May last year. I can't believe a year has now gone by .. The Venetian Hotel is spectacular... especially inside with its replica of St Mark's Square. Even though you are inside a hotel... with the blue clouded ceiling that has slight movement to [...]

One Photo Focus – October

As many of you know, Stacy Fischer of Visual Venturing Blog runs a monthly one photo focus.  The idea is that, a photo is submitted for that month's challenge by another photographer and we do our edits to it. I loved the photo submitted by Michelle Lunato for the October challenge .... and I didn't want [...]

Reverse Processing

Taken by Bren Ryan

I had read a post about reverse processing on another blog.... and thought I would give it another go. The reverse processing image came out pretty good except for the sky... It was dismal and had no drama to it.. The only bit of drama in the sky was the blue showing up on the [...]

It’s snowing… again

Yesterday I produced a photograph of a snowy landscape and added an effect to the photograph to make it look like it was snowing... Today I wondered if there was a way I could take a photograph I took ages ago of Scotney Castle and turn it into a winter scene. I love this picture [...]