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The making of an intentionally blurred image (VIcki Moritz)

So you spent years learning how to shoot images in focus? Just for a change here is how to make an intentional blurred image such as the one below Source images- demonstrating you can make something out of not much! … Continue reading

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Face in the clouds How-To (Stephen Hilton)

This How-To covers Stephen Hilton’s approach to create his image Face in the clouds. Start with a sky as your background layer (below). If the clouds are little dull, brighten them up with a curves or levels adjustment. Tip: I … Continue reading

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How to select hair

A common need is to select and mask fine detail like hair from a background. This post gives some suggestions and links to resources. Continue reading

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How to do basic screen calibration

It is important to calibrate your screen so that what you see on your monitor is close to what others will see if they display your image on their (calibrated) monitor. A basic calibration is easy and needs no additional hardware or software. Continue reading

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How To Create a Triptych

A triptych, a 2-panel composite image- is a powerful way to tell a story or highlight variations on a theme. Continue reading

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This section includes some links to different approaches to common needs such as replacing skies or applying textures. Continue reading

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