Archives for May 2009

Photoshop – Skin Blemish Correction Workflow for Web

A relatively quick and refined way to correct skin blemishes for web viewing or small prints done with Adobe Photoshop.

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Photoshop – Five Easy Steps to Produce Intense Colors in Your Photographs

Level: Easy Here’s a very simple way to produce intense colors come alive in almost any photograph using Adobe Photoshop. I use it in many of my outdoor photos where there are vibrant, solid colors in the background that will complement the entire scene if the bold colors are part of the composition.

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Review – Flash Waves II Digital Radio Slave | Wireless Trigger

A review of the Korean-made Flash Waves II Digital Radio Slave wireless triggers

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Review – Olympus Stylus Epic (aka mju II)

If you like to shoot film, especially black-and-white street photography. Go grab yourself an Olympus Stylus Epic. Just load it up with ASA400-800 film and just keep shooting. The camera is so small and unassuming, no one will even notice you taking a photograph. In this digital age, they’ll probably laugh at you for being poor and cheap for still using film and a mini camera, at that.

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Photoshop – LAB Your Colors! 5 Steps to Make Your Colors Pop!

Working with LAB mode allows you to play with your color values without worrying about losing details in your color channels unlike in RGB and CMYK modes.

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Flash – Three Light Portrait Setup – With Just One Light!

In this article, we are going to attempt to mimic the traditional 3-light (key, fill, and hair light) setup for portraits with just a single light source. By “one light”, I don’t mean a single light positioned at the usual 45-degree or 90-degree to the subject kind of light.

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Inside the Leica Factory – Video

Quick peek inside Leica’s Solms, Germany factory on how they still hand craft the venerable M7 and MP.

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Foundations of Lighting Placement

Lighting fundamentals illustrated!

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