Last week we examined the nature of depth-of-field. Now let’s take a look at how depth-of-field can be applied practically and creatively.
When most digital photographers stray from Auto or Program exposure modes, it’s usually to the Shutter-Preferred mode to better stop action.
The city and countryside of Chartres, France, are dominated by the magnificent cathedral.
As a photojournalist, I’ve always been partial to my “normal” lens: the wide angle.
Last week we learned how to use a Luminosity Mask (Command+Option+Tilde [~] or PC: Control+Alt+~) to emphasize highlight details in ultra bright situations such as snow on a Swiss Alp.
Tips and tricks are the trading cards of Photoshop.
When last we visited the exciting world of making panorama images with Photoshop, I used a relatively common subject as an example: a level drawbridge over Florida’s Intracoastal Waterway close by my home.
There are almost as many ways to minimize red eye using Photoshop as there are people using Photoshop.