Tag: Photoshop

Finding Spots and Specks the Easy Way [Tip Tuesday!]

There is nothing worse than printing a nice big image, and then seeing all sorts of sensor dust,
spots, and specks in your image. If you shoot landscapes or travel shots, it is so hard to see these
spots in a blue or grayish sky, and if you shoot in a studio on seamless paper, it’s just as bad (maybe worse). I guess I should say: it used to be bad. Now, it’s absolutely a breeze, thanks to a feature in Camera Raw that makes every little spot and speck really stand out so you can remove them fast!

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Processing Realistic Starscapes
By Sean Arbabi

Creating stunning nightscapes with the goal of realism for the final image file not only comes from your experience of how these scenes appear through a pair of human eyes, but also how contrast, exposure, light, and detail manifest during these hours of darkness. Learn some of the challenges you may face documenting a extremely low-lit scene, and how to process your image file to maximize the detail and tones captured.

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