Author: Jessica Maldonado

Exploring Double Exposures in Photoshop
by Jenna Martin

Starting in the 1860s, photographers began exposing their shots two, three, or even more times before moving to the next frame, allowing them to superimpose various images into the same photograph. Thus was the birth of double-exposure photography, an entirely new outlet for photographers striving to create interesting and thought-provoking imagery. And, while it’s still an absolute rush to create a stunning double exposure in-camera, it can be just as exciting and creatively stimulating to do the exact same thing using only Photoshop.

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Correcting Tone & Color in Adobe Camera Raw
by Lesa Snider

An easy way to correct tone and color in your photos is to use the Adobe Camera Raw (ACR) plug-in that comes with Photoshop. Its powerful, yet easy-to-use sliders make adjusting photos a breeze. ACR is a nondestructive editor, too, so you won’t harm your original. The following steps work with RAW files, JPEGs, and TIFFs. Tip: As an added bonus, you can use much of this workflow in Adobe Lightroom, too.

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