Posts tagged ‘Layers’

28
Aug

JHP Photoshop Actions – Review


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Post-Processing photographs in Photoshop is all about experimenting and finding what appeals to you. JHP have made a several concise sets of Photoshop Actions for you to fuel that creativity and save time when working to a deadline.

JHP Photoshop Actions - Review

JHP Photoshop Actions - Review

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19
Aug

Making a Starry Filter Effect in GIMP


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Photographers use Star Filters sometimes to really make the highlights stand out, but if you do not have one you can use GIMP to reproduce the effect.

Star Filter Effect in GIMP

Star Filter Effect in GIMP

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20
Jun

How to make a Hockney style Photograph in GIMP


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David Hockney is known for his unusual panoramas that are made up of differently scaled and angled photos. To produce the ‘Hockney’ effect it is best done with multiple photographs that can be arranged later, but you can have a single photograph that you’d like to make into a multiple imaged panorama – with the use of GIMP!

'Hockney' Style Photography in GIMP

'Hockney' Style Photography in GIMP

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16
Apr

Digital Blending – Dynamic Range – GIMP


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When wanting to combine two or more photographs for a higher dynamic range (HDR) or correcting an overexposed photograph, I mostly use programs like Photomatix, however it is sometimes too difficult or frustrating fiddling with the settings for minutes getting nowhere. So, there is an easier way and in certain cases much better than an HDR especially if you want to avoid those really surreal photographs – Digital Blending is the way to go, you can be much more selective with your increases/decreases in dynamic range and get more realistic results.

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Digital Blending - Petronas Towers, Malaysia

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