Tag Archive: INSERT

May 31 2013

How To Watermark Your Photos

To Watermark or not to Watermark, that is the question? I do not place watermarks on my landscape and gallery images here on EverydayHDR.  I am not worried about my internet sized pictures getting stolen.  If a perpetrator were to steal a 100 kilobyte image from me they would not be able to get a …

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May 03 2013

Halos and HDR, Episode 2: The Photoshop Fix

Last weeks tutorial focused on avoiding the nasty halo byproduct of HDR tone mapping.  This week I am tackling how to combat them in post processing.  I use 2 methods to show you how to defeat them. The first method will use a Curves Adjustment Layer to actually invite the halo in a bit more. …

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Feb 08 2013

Creative Camera Raw: Black and White

I have created several black and white tutorials in the past.  Two of my favorite are the written tutorial and the video tutorial.  While I could leave it with just those two, I am a fan of continuous improvement and finding a better more efficient way to do everything, enter Camera Raw from stage right! A few …

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Feb 01 2013

Vignettes, Oh Vignettes!

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I know what you are thinking already, and you probably cringed at the thought of the word vignette.  However, vignettes can be very powerful if used correctly! A powerful vignette can attract your viewer and pull them in without them even having the slightest bit that you grabbed them by their puppy scruff with your …

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Jan 18 2013

Shadows/Highlights Adjustment Tool

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The Shadows/Highlights Adjustment Tool in Photoshop CS 5 & 6 is a very powerful asset.  It is tucked away pretty deep in the menus and not found in the normal adjustment layer section.  It is very similar to that of the shadow and highlight adjustments in Adobe Camera Raw or Lightroom, however, it gives you …

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