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Having fun with Photoshop

Its been cold and I haven’t been getting a decent uninterrupted nights sleep for a while now, and that impacts severely on my creative energy.  Even so we soldier on, if for no other reason that to keep learning new skills. 194 more words


September One Photo Focus Reminder

Highlighting the creative magic behind post-processed photos

There’s still time to participate in September’s One Photo Focus on September 4th, where all participants submit their post-processed version of this image submitted by Benjamin Rowe of… 145 more words


PHOTOREHAB COVER MAKEOVER 9 - George Orwell's 1984

PhotoRehab Cover Makeover for this week is George Orwell’s classic Novel ‘1984’.

” In George Orwell’s 1984, Winston Smith wrestles with oppression in Oceania, a place where the Party scrutinizes human actions with ever-watchful Big Brother.

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Defringe: Why Photoshop/Lightroom Are Still Irreplaceable For Amateurs And Enthusiasts

We are approaching the end of August. Corel has just released an update to Paintshop Pro. Alien Skin has announced that a new version of Exposure is due this winter. 556 more words


One Photo Two Treatments

it’s really fun to experiment with different photo processing software actions and settings to see what I can come up with.

For this week’s A photo a Week Challenge… 69 more words

The Daily Post

Peak 12782 and Mount Morgan

I put this before/after comparison here without too many words. It was 12:15 in August when I made that photo. 115 more words


Fascinating: experimental algorithm removes reflections and distracting elements in the image foreground

Even though there are ways and means to remove annoying reflections in photos that have been taken through glass (e.g. with a polarisation filter), there is nothing wrong with having the possibility to get rid of them later on with a fully automatic image editing algorithm. 186 more words