Overview of a crazy ugly lighting setup for an unplanned filming at a friends condo in Florida. Sometimes you just have to work with what is available.
Adding Selective Color adjustments to a photo can make an object or subject of a photo stand out and feel like it’s popping off the image. In this weeks episode I show you how to make a Selective Color adjustment using the Quick Selection or Magic Wand tools in Adobe Photoshop.
Sometimes our images aren't as crisp or sharp as we believed. The sharpness and clarity tools in Adobe Lightroom can help us bring back some of the sharpness that we're missing. Learn how to properly use those tools in this episode.
Not all fabrics are created equal. If you are like me, your viewfinder is always dirty and in need of a cleaning. In this episode I discuss the type of cloth fabric I use to clean my viewfinder screens to prevent scratching.
Image noise can be a major issue, especially in lower light situations. In this weeks post production video I will teach you how I handle noise reduction initially in Adobe Lightroom.
I used to think that Adobe Lightroom Mobile wasn't a powerful editing solution. I recently decided to try it again as was surprised at how much I enjoyed using it. In this episode I show you how to use Adobe Lightroom Mobile to edit your photos on the go.
Sometimes you want to remove items from a photo that may be a distraction. Photoshop provides a variety of tools to do this but one of the most powerful of these tools is Content-Aware Fill. In this episode we look at removing an object using Content-Aware Fill and I compare that to using two of the other available tools for object removal.