Cheat sheet: How to understand f-stops
What are the f-stops on your camera or lens and what kind of effect does changing them have? Our chart explains all
8 Awesome Lighting Setups Using Gels For Creativity - DIY Photography
I started playing the Rosco Photo Gel kit about a week ago, and after a few tests I can say I really love all those awesome colors. Hit the jump for 8 lighting setups using gels before diving into how I used it, let’s do a quick content overview, it includes 20 square sheets of 30x48cm […]
Before and After: A Dramatic Edit, Explained - Morgan Burks
In this tutorial, I'll walk you through a dramatic Photoshop edit; showing how I edited a dark "flat" image, and added depth, dimension & dramatic color.
How To COLOR TONE in Photoshop With Selective Color [CINEMATIC EFFECT]
In this Photoshop tutorial, you will learn how to quickly and easily apply a color tone in Photoshop using the Selective Color Adjustment Layer.
How to Install and Use Overlays in Photoshop - Summerana - Photoshop Actions for Photographers
When you download a new set of Photoshop overlays to use in your images, you will no doubt be excited to get started. But if you’ve never used overlays before, it may seem like more of a challenge than you […]
How Photoshop Actions Can Save You Time and Money - Summerana - Photoshop Actions for Photographers
While some photographers prefer to learn everything on their own from scratch, becoming masters of Photoshop, others like to use Photoshop actions to ensure that everything is done as quickly and easily as possible. Others often find themselves turning back to […]
How to: 3 ways to use Dodge and Burn on your photos
Dodge and burn are used to lighten and darken specific areas of an image to both emphasize and de-emphasize features of the artist’s images. Here are 3 dodge and burn methods you can use.
Manual 101- Part 2 : White Balance & Kelvin Numbers Explained - TheLawTog®
So your pictures and skin tones are coming out in off colors huh? If your exposure is correct but colors are off, then it’s your white balance! White Balance is the color (or temperature) of light. This is measured in kelvin units – which is a unit of measurement for temperature. Camera’s come with stock …