Category: Tutorials

Creating a Halftone Pattern in Photoshop for that Pop-Art Feel
by Lesa Snider

If you look closely at a professionally printed newspaper or magazine, you’ll notice the images are made from millions of tiny dots (typically circles, but sometimes diamonds or squares). To prevent overlap, the dots are printed at specific angles according to ink color, creating a pattern called “halftone” (versus the “continuous tone” of an inkjet print). In this issue you’ll learn two ways to create a halftone pattern for a pop-art feel.

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Removing Distracting Objects and Color Grading for Vintage Effects
by Martin Evening

My first visit to the United States was in the early 80s on a trip to the southern counties of Georgia. At the time, I was assisting an advertising photographer who had been booked to photograph the “Big D” peanut calendar. This was courtesy of the Peanut Commission of Georgia, who were our hosts and looked after us incredibly well, treating us like minor celebrities. 

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