|By: Paul S. Cilwa||Viewed: 10/21/2017
|Topics/Keywords: #Photography #Techniques #Touchups||Page Views: 133|
|How to punch up an ordinary photo to make it outstanding.|
Photographers have always used any tool at hand to add interest to their photographs. I'm not talking about things like thought balloons or bunny ears; I have more in mind techniques that are bit farther than adjusting overall exposure or sharpness, yet still well within what looks like a perfectly normal photo.
|By: Paul S. Cilwa||Posted: 9/25/2017
||Topics: #Photography #Techniques #Touchups||Page Views: 153|
|How to use the clone brush to erase unwanted elements from your photo.|
Sometimes you take a picture that's absolutely perfect, or nearly so—except for one glaring flaw. Perhaps a pigeon photo-bombed that shot of the bride and groom; or that great picture of you might be perfect for Grindr except for that wedding ring. Or, as is frequently the case with me, you might want to remove a leash from your dog that was present in reality but spoils the aesthetic. Fortunately, something like this is usually quite easy to fix.