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.
Using the Blend If sliders in the Layer Style dialog box, you can quickly and easily create interesting duotone and silhouette effects.