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One Photo Focus - July

Stacy Fischer from Visual Venturing runs One Photo Focus. Every month Stacy offers us a photo which someone has taken and then encourages us to alter it in Post Processing, anyway we see fit!   249 more words

Photography

Shooting in [the] RAW?

It sounds like a bit of a racy title, but I’m not talking about photographing au naturel. The acronym-less RAW (think TWAIN had it hard?) versus JPG (Joint Photographic Experts Group) image format battle has 754 more words

Photography

Experimenting with Photoshop Fine Art Grunge

I know this has been mentioned several times, that I signed up for the PS Fine Art Grunge course a few months ago, and its changed my life in relation to being able to use Photoshop – not just creatively, but AT ALL! 442 more words

Posts With My Photos

TELL YOU WHAT'S BETTER....

By MICHAEL PERKINS

THE AIM OF PHOTOGRAPHIC PROCESSING has shifted drastically in the post-digital age, and not necessarily in a good direction. Those of us old enough to remember mastadons, horse-drawn carriages and analog film were certainly aware that images could be edited or enhanced after the fact, conjuring up, say, memories of airbrush artists smoothing away chicken-pox scars from the shoulders of Miss January. 363 more words

Composition

July One Photo Focus Reminder

Highlighting the creative magic behind post-processed photos

There’s still time to participate in July’s One Photo Focus on July 3! Just in time for Independence Day in the States, join in our celebration and post-process this iconic image submitted by Robin Kent of  144 more words

Photography