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Adding lens blur to an image in Photoshop

Lens Blur in Photoshop

Here is a short tutorial on adding lens blur to an image in Photoshop.

Added: 19th December 2010

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Beginners' guide to photography Part 2 - an eye for detail

Beginners' guide to photography Part 2

Part 2 of our beginner's guide to photography Michael Jenkins suggests we look around a little more when pointing the camera at the subject

Added: 6th January 2002
Turn an image mono in Elements

Add mono tones in Elements

An image can look great in mono and it's easy to create in Elements.

Added: 6th April 2010
Flower Photography Tips

Flowers - An Alternative Approach

Summer's here and flowers are blooming so it's a great time to obtain colourful pictures of gardens and parks. But before you nip out, consider our alternative approach.

Added: 27th July 2011
How to convert an infrared photograph to black & white using Gimp

How to convert an infrared photograph to black & white using Gimp

When you take infrared photographs with a digital camera in the normal colour shooting mode they are processed with a red colour cast. Here's how you remove the cast using Gimp.

Added: 23rd June 2008
Replacing Colours in an Autumn Scene using Gimp

Replacing Colours in an Autumn Scene using Gimp

Michael Bates shows us how easy it is to replace the colours in such a scene without having to spend forever playing with the threshold.

Added: 3rd November 2008
Three ways to use an Octa for your portraits

Why you should use an Octa

Chris Burfoot AMPA ASWPP introduces Octa, the ultimate versatile light.

Added: 4th September 2009
Creating An Aerial Perspective

How To Create Aerial Perspective

John Gravett of Lakeland Photographic Holidays explains how and when to achieve this technique.

Added: 9th April 2013 | Brand: Olympus
How To Give Your Images An Infinite Feel

Cropping To Give An Infinite Feel

How to crop a picture in a way that makes part of the photo look as if it could go on forever.

Added: 12th November 2013 | Brand: Nikon
Resizing an image using Photoshop

Resize your photos for the web using various editing programs

Learn how to save your images for the web, with the best quality and smallest file-size.

Added: 1st January 2003