How to create a perfect interior panorama image

Article By Jimmy McIntyre Klaus Herrmann's interior panormas/verotramas are extremely well-known. For years he has been teaching photographers how to create sharp, balanced HDR vertoramas. In this video, he shows how he blends an interior panorama in Photoshop. Even more challenging, he is doing this with a scene [...]

By | December 2nd, 2015|General, Tutorials|Comments Off on How to create a perfect interior panorama image

How To Perfectly Expose For Any Area When Using ND Filters

Article By Jimmy McIntyre ND (Neutral Density) filters can add wonderful dynamism to your images through capturing the beautiful movement of clouds and water, or any other interesting element. They can also help you come out with clean images, free from people or unwanted moving objects. B+W [...]

By | December 2nd, 2015|General, Photography Tips, Shooting, Tutorials|10 Comments

How To Stretch Images Using Content Aware Scale

Article By Jimmy McIntyre This could be a truly powerful tool in Photoshop. Using Content Aware Scale we can stretch parts of our images, in a natural way, while protecting other parts of our image. While this tool can be extremely useful, it is still a long way [...]

By | September 25th, 2015|General, Photography Tips, Tutorials|1 Comment

Quick Photoshop Secrets 7: How To Create a Dreamy Orton Effect

  Article By Jimmy McIntyre In today's tutorial, we are going to look at how to easily make a dreamy, Orton effect in your images, which in recent years has become popular once again, especially in landscape photography. We'll also look at how to add certain effects to the Orton effect layer, and also [...]

Tutorial – How To Use Long Exposures (with and without ND filters)

Article By Jimmy McIntyre Longer exposures can drastically change the mood of a scene. Whether or not you use an ND filter, having the ability to use LE's effectively will give your imagery an extra dimension. Matt Granger, in this excellent video, will introduce you to the concept of long exposures, and how to use [...]

By | September 23rd, 2014|General, Tutorials|1 Comment

How To Add Clouds To A Sky In Photoshop

Article By Jimmy McIntyre Clouds can make or break a scene in photography. Having clouds with just the 'right' texture can build mood and add an interesting element to what might otherwise be dead space. In this tutorial, we're going to look at how to generate clouds in Photoshop and then how to seamlessly blend [...]

By | June 13th, 2014|General, Tutorials|1 Comment

How To Add Warmth To a Sunset or Sunrise

Article by Jimmy McIntyre: As human beings we seem strongly affected by sunrises and sunsets. All over the world people gather at the most beautiful places from which to enjoy the gold golden goodbye or hello of the sun. As photographers, we understand the incredible impact these golden scenes have on the mood of our [...]

By | June 3rd, 2014|General, Tutorials|1 Comment

Use Blend Modes In Photoshop To Beautifully Enhance Your Photos

Article by Jimmy McIntyre: Blend Modes in Photoshop make our lives infinitely easier, and our images that much more beautiful. With the click of a button, they can change the entire feel and mood of a scene. This video and article will show you 5 Blend Modes every digital photographer could greatly benefit from. [...]

By | May 23rd, 2014|General, Most Popular Tutorials, Tutorials|11 Comments

Color Correction Tutorial In Photoshop – Finding White, Black & Grey Points

Article By Jimmy McIntyre In this video tutorial, I show you a powerful method for removing even the strongest color casts from your images, restoring natural colors. Essentially we are establishing the white, black and grey points so that Photoshop can adjust the colors accordingly. Tools needed: Photoshop, Curves layer, Threshold layer, Color Sampler, 50% [...]

By | April 30th, 2014|General, Tutorials|Comments Off on Color Correction Tutorial In Photoshop – Finding White, Black & Grey Points

Photoshop Shortcuts For A Non-Destructive Workflow

A non-destructive workflow is essential to any photographer wishing to give each and every image the care and precision it deserves. Being able to streamline this workflow saves time and makes your Photoshop experience all the more enjoyable. Below are some Photoshop shortcuts that will help you in your quest for non-destruction! Merge All Layers....Non-Destructively, [...]

By | April 3rd, 2014|General, Tutorials|Comments Off on Photoshop Shortcuts For A Non-Destructive Workflow

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