Posts tagged ‘Photoshop’

27
Jun

Shot of the Day #53


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Using the Lomo-Effect technique in Photoshop I made this photograph a little more colourful and vibrant. The bricks worked well with the lomography effect, the sky and grungy wooden boards was a good balanced contrast. I would have liked to HDRed the shadows more and reveal the detail.

Lomo-Effect on Chimney

Lomo-Effect on Chimney

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26
Jun

Lomo-Effect on Photographs in Photoshop


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The Lomo-Effect on photographs is used frequently to provide an old photograph feel or simply a colour manipulation. I have made this into a written tutorial from this video tutorial from tutvid! If you are in a rush I have made an actions file that you can download and add in Photoshop easily! If you are using GIMP then checkout this tutorial.

Lomo-Effect in Photoshop

Lomo-Effect in Photoshop

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22
Jun

Shot of the Day #51


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Stick Insect out for his morning walk – along the board walk near my lodge at Kings Canyon Resort. Using my long lens I had a very shallow depth of field, which made the eyes really stand out in this photograph! I did some lomography on this photo in Photoshop.

Stick Insect on a morning walk

Stick Insect on a morning walk

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14
Jun

How to make a photograph Lomographic in GIMP


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Lomography is most commonly recognised in old film photographs and is used aesthetically in photographs. I will show you a quick process to achieve this ‘Lomo’ effect in GIMP!

The Olgas, Kata Tjuta - Lomo Effect

The Olgas, Kata Tjuta - Lomo Effect

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11
Jun

Shot of the Day #43


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Kings Canyon was beautiful – I made it there at around sunset, greeted by the 270m sandstone chasms – brilliantly lit up by the dropping sun, which produced a golden fringe around the canyon forest. Heading back from the main lookout I side tracked into the river bed a little and this pool of water was perfectly placed for me to capture the reflections and canyon walls! I had to do a free-hand panorama to include both the reflections and orange sandstone, I later stitched the nineteen photographs together in Photoshop, creating this vertical panorama!

Sunset Reflections - Kings Canyon

Sunset Reflections - Kings Canyon

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