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Soft Hollywood style portraits with ease

Soft Hollywood style portraits with ease

Here's a technique to improve your portrait photographs using the Selection tools and blurring options in your image editing program.

Added: 11th January 2002

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High light, soft light - studio lighting beginners' guide

High light, soft light - studio lighting beginners' guide

Attaching a flash umbrella to your studio flash light is the first step to better lighting and is one of the basic principals of lighting “The bigger the light the softer it is”. Here we explain one of the basic lighting improvements in our studio lighting beginners' guide series. Words and Pictures Chris Burfoot AMPA ASWPP

Added: 20th July 2007
Soft Proofing In Lightroom

How To Soft Proof Images In Lightroom

Robin Whalley shows us how to soft proof our images in Lightroom.

Added: 30th May 2013
Soft focus portraits with Photoshop CS3

Soft focus portraits

Duncan Evans explains how to give your portraits a quick and easy soft focus fix.

Added: 4th October 2007
How to create a soft focus portrait in Photoshop

Soft focus portrait in Photoshop

Give your portrait shots a soft focus feel with the help of Photoshop.

Added: 11th January 2011
Post Processing HDR images

Post Processing HDR images

Tone mapped HDR images are rarely perfect when the HDR program finishes with them. They can look flat, lack overall contrast, and can suffer from artifacts, ghosting and halos. Ferrell McCollough of www.beforethecoffee.com explains how to correct such problems.

Added: 2nd October 2007
How to prepare your images for ePHOTOzine

How to prepare your images for ePHOTOzine

Takui Neko explains how to prepare a photo ready to upload to the ePHOTOzine gallery.

Simulated Screen Images in Paint Shop Pro X2

Simulated Screen Images in Paint Shop Pro X2

Michael Bates shows us how to create realistic simulated screen images.

Added: 27th August 2008
Combine different images

Combine different images using Photoshop

Aidan restores a medieval hall out of its setting next to an industrial estate and places it in a field.

Added: 4th January 2003
Understanding Different Types Of Light

Understanding Hard And Soft Light

Matt Thompson shares his advice on lighting, explaining the difference between hard and soft light.

Added: 10th May 2012