When I speak publicly, I get a lot of questions about how much work I do in Photoshop, and how - exactly - I produce a finished image.
Keywords help you find your photographs when you need them - and they are often uploaded as metadata when you use your photos online.
Simplifying an photo can be difficult, but it starts with choosing a simple subject. Here are some easy to follow tips from Varina Patel.
As a kid who dreamed of being a photographer and a parent who knows that art business is tough Varina will tries to answer this question.
We are not talking about improving your technical or processing skills. This is about your effectiveness as a photographer in the field.
When I decide to convert an image to monotone, it's usually because…
When people see me working, they invariably ask if I like my Wacom Graphics Tablet. The answer is HECK, YES! I absolutely love my tablet.
With the help of Photoshop, I am often able to create a photo that is much closer to reality than straight out of camera photos.
Some photos require just a moment or two in Photoshop, while others requires more time. On average, I spend between 5-15 minutes per photo.
We often here the explanation that it is an ‘Artistic photo” – Do photographers disguise their mediocre photography skills as “artistic”?
Film photographer used darkroom and today we use Photoshop to manipulate photos. But there are ways to manipulate photos in camera.
Conveying mood in a photograph requires a little extra care in your processing technique. We use Photoshop Layers & Mask to accomplish this.