Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
Jesús Ramirez shows us three ways to achieve a cinematic effect on your image in Photoshop. Ramirez goes in depth on using color curve layers and also shows us some shortcuts using color adjustment layers and color lookup adjustment layers.
Poorly exposed images will never give color their sparkle and brightness. Getting exposure right is not only necessary for a well-lit scene, but also color. By using simple photography tools, getting great color is no secret.
Split toning is a technique that was originally developed back in the film days. It involves applying a color tint to the highlights and shadows of a photograph. Lightroom users are probably already aware of the Split Toning tool – today we’ll look at achieving similar results using Adobe Photoshop.
Cats have it pretty good — basking in the sun, taking catnaps, walking around like they own the world. Ancient Egyptians believed that cats were sacred and practiced a religion based around a cat-like goddess. And sometimes it seems like our feline friends are trying to convert us!
After collecting all the photographs, Richardson packed up his bike and went into the studio to enter post production. The entire editing process took him about three weeks in which he spent the majority of time fine tuning all the images and arranging them into a moving image in the form a timelapse.
One of the beauties of photography is that it can capture and preserve split-second moments that would normally be lost to the human eye. The following collection of 50 perfectly timed photos shows that not everything is always as it seems.
A perfect autumn morning: sunlight filtering through the trees casts a soft orange glow, a sparkling little stream bubbles out of the rocks. The location? Pewit’s Nest near Devil’s Lake in Wisconsin:
Making a customized disc cover is a good way to add some personality to a favorite collection of songs or video. You can easily achieve this result using Soft4Boost Disc Cover Studio. Besides you can adjust some additional settings to make the image look the way you want.
Becoming a wedding photographer is not an easy task. Along the way, you will have to make some important decisions. My aim is to make it a little easier for you to decide which route to take. So let’s start at the very beginning and look at what equipment you will need.
Capra captured the footage using a Canon 5D Mark III and Mark II, a PhaseOne 1Q 180 and various Canon lenses. Most of the locations pictured in “RIO” are indeed parts of the city itself, but the waterfall scenes were taken at Iguazú Falls, some 900 miles from Rio at the Brazilian-Argentinian border; some have given Capra flack for including the Iguazú shots in the timelapse, but as for us—the film is so mesmerizing that we don’t mind one bit.
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