Improve Your Photographic Workflow

Here we’re going to discuss how to improve your photographic workflow with some new timesaving features in Bridge and Photoshop CS5.

HDR Pro in Photoshop CS5

The new HDR Pro features in CS5 have greatly expanded the HDR capabilities in Photoshop. In addition to basic exposure blending, you can now apply tone mapping effects similar to those found in stand-alone HDR software. In this tutorial, we’ll use a landscape image to take a closer look at HDR Pro as well as applying HDR Toning to a single image.

Overview of New Features in Camera Raw 6

Among these are new image rendering (the process version), noise reduction and sharpening, lens corrections, and the ability to add grain.

Photographic Workflow from Lightroom to Photoshop

In this tutorial, we’ll highlight a few of the main workflow steps so that we can have an effective and efficient Lightroom and Photoshop workflow.

Creative Use of Blur in Digital Photography

Sharpness is an important element in any photograph, but a creative use of blur can also work to enhance an image.

Deconstructing a One Shot HDR Image

RC breaks down the one-shot HDR image that has inspired the one-shot HDR contest featured on his blog

Create Compelling Photographs

If you’re in need of a photographic creative boost, you’ve come to the right place.

Images and Catalog Information in Lightroom and Photoshop

Learn how to integrate your images and Lightroom catalog information.

Comparing Umbrellas and Softboxes

Explore the differences between shooting with an umbrella versus a softbox.

Studio Photography with a Light Meter

Photographer Jean Francois-O’Kane talks about fixing your exposure using a light meter.

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