Apr 07, 2011 — 7 comments
In this article we’ll showcase 35 different tutorials that will help you to learn more about Lightroom. The tutorials cover a wide variety of topics. Some cover basic fundamentals, while others show you how to achieve something very specific. Regardless of your experience level with Lightroom, you should be able to learn something new from the tutorials featured here.
In this lesson we will look at features of the application Width Stamp Tool to raster and vector objects to create a fairly complex illustration in the engraving style. You will also learn how to use a custom hatching and Width Stamp presets.
In todays article you will learn how to use a flexible contour control in the Stylism plug-in to achieve the levels of subtlety direct in vector art.
Draw 3D Shining Text in Photoshop.
Create a bit of an optical illusion in Photoshop by making a larger photo appear to be made from many smaller photos inside it. Great for family photos, wedding photos, or just as a fun thing to do with your friends.
Show your possible future customers that your product has 100% satisfaction guaranteed! Or whatever else you can think of ;)
One of the most challenging aspects of being a photographer is that you have absolutely no control over the weather. It can come out of nowhere to just ruin any location shoot, so you really have to keep a watch on the weather forecast. Of course, you can also master taking shots in any weather condition, which is what we’re going to talk to you about today.
Chances are, if you’ve been in the photography world for a while, you’ve come across the term ETTR, or “Expose to the Right”. Ever wondered what it means? Today, you’ll learn all about this technique, and how it can help you take better photos.
Capturing exceptional photos requires the ability to spot great photo opportunities – as well as knowledge on how to bring those opportunities to life. If you are looking for some ways to strengthen the impact of your photography, there are a few details that you shouldn’t overlook. Incorporating these details into your photos will help you to create visually strong images – and can help you to make the most of golden photo opportunities, when you have them!
In this tutorial, we’ll make a widescreen wallpaper. The key to making wallpapers is to start out with a large widescreen canvas, the larger, the better. The reason for that is you can always resize the image down to target smaller widescreen resolutions, and crop the image for standard aspect ratios. In this particular wallpaper, we’re going to make rust seep through old, cracked concrete.
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