How to Make A Composite To Add Clouds in Photoshop Making composites are a sure-fire way for enhancing photos. The purists among us photographers will be disgusted at the very notion. Personally I prefer not to make a composite and avoid the necessity to do so. However, I’m not appalled at the thought of having […]
Tutorial – How to create a cityscape reflection in Photoshop Download Free Luminosity Masks here: Free Luminosity Mask Plugin Every now and then we have the good fortune of capturing a beautiful cityscape scene with tall buildings reflected crisply in a river. Sometimes, however, things don’t go our way and we choose to become somewhat […]
Tutorial – How to add the Milky Way in photos Usually, my post-processing is restricted to the brackets that I have of a particular scene. I try to bring out, as much as possible, the best in that scene. Sometimes, however, I feel that an image can benefit from some creative blending of separate images. […]
Select and Mask vs. Refine Edge – Photoshop CC This video is less of a tutorial and more of a demonstration of the poor performance on the newly introduced Select & Mask in Photoshop CC. Nathaniel Dodson of tutvid initially demonstrates the shortcomings of this new tool with two different images. On each occasion the […]
Marty from Blue Lightning TV does a great of showing us how to create more natural lens flare effects in Photoshop. This isn’t an easy thing to get right. Sometimes it is obvious to see when lens flare has been added in post. The flare tends to look too strong, or the colouring is not […]
EASY Selections with Brushes in Photoshop In today’s composite tutorial, Glyn Dewis, does a great job, as always, of teaching us how to make easy and accurate selections in Photoshop. Glyn takes us through his process of refining a Quick Selection in Quick Mask Mode.