Focus stacking images for increased depth of field


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You probably know by now that I enjoy infrared photography. While this post is shot with an infrared converted camera, I’m sharing a technique to get everything in focus in your image. A super depth of field is achieved working this way. Capture Using a long lens to compress a scene can leave some of […]

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Filmulator is an Open-Source RAW Editor Based on Film Development


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Filmulator is an open-source RAW photo editor based on the process of developing film, and while far more limited than software like Lightroom or Capture One, its tone mapping algorithm is supposedly designed to be faster and easier to get a good result.

In 2017, PetaPixel mentioned Filmulator as part of a long list of editing tools and apps worth considering, but recent discussion and interest around the app makes it worth looking at specifically now. The app has bee updated since that original feature, and the developer CarVac answered several questions on Filmulator on Reddit.

The editor isn’t trying

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LuminarAI update brings bug fixes, optimized editing experience


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This morning, Skylum announced an update to its new LuminarAI program, version 1.0.1. The update adds several interface improvements, as well as 111 bug fixes for both macOS and Windows platforms. Enhanced editing experience The biggest change users will see is the new Edit panel. Instead of being broken out into tabs, you’ll now see […]

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LuminarAI update brings bug fixes, optimized editing experience


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This morning, Skylum announced an update to its new LuminarAI program, version 1.0.1. The update adds several interface improvements, as well as 111 bug fixes for both macOS and Windows platforms. Enhanced editing experience The biggest change users will see is the new Edit panel. Instead of being broken out into tabs, you’ll now see […]

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LuminarAI update brings bug fixes, optimized editing experience


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This morning, Skylum announced an update to its new LuminarAI program, version 1.0.1. The update adds several interface improvements, as well as 111 bug fixes for both macOS and Windows platforms. Enhanced editing experience The biggest change users will see is the new Edit panel. Instead of being broken out into tabs, you’ll now see […]

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How to Colorize Photos in Photoshop with Just a Few Clicks Using AI


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Adobe recently gave Photoshop the ability to instantly colorize photos using Adobe Sensei AI technology. Here’s a new 1.5-minute video tutorial by Adobe showing how you can now breathe color into a black-and-white photo with just a few clicks.

After loading up your photo, go to Filter->Neural Fliters to open up the new Neural Filters panel.

In the beta filters section (the Erlenmeyer flask icon), you’ll see a Colorize option. Click the toggle to turn it on.

Voila! Photoshop will use its image recognition technology to colorize the elements of your photos in the way it thinks

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Cropping with a preset in Lightroom Classic


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Note: This post is from our book Develop Great Images in Lightroom (available for iBooks). Often when I crop, its all about precision. I frequently need to crop to a specific aspect ratio. Sometimes it’s for the screen (video projects and slideshows) as well as print output. In these cases, I need the shape of my […]

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Cropping with a preset in Lightroom Classic


This post is by Rich Harrington from Photofocus


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Note: This post is from our book Develop Great Images in Lightroom (available for iBooks). Often when I crop, its all about precision. I frequently need to crop to a specific aspect ratio. Sometimes it’s for the screen (video projects and slideshows) as well as print output. In these cases, I need the shape of my […]

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Cropping with a preset in Lightroom Classic


This post is by Rich Harrington from Photofocus


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Note: This post is from our book Develop Great Images in Lightroom (available for iBooks). Often when I crop, its all about precision. I frequently need to crop to a specific aspect ratio. Sometimes it’s for the screen (video projects and slideshows) as well as print output. In these cases, I need the shape of my […]

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Cropping with a preset in Lightroom Classic


This post is by Rich Harrington from Photofocus


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Note: This post is from our book Develop Great Images in Lightroom (available for iBooks). Often when I crop, its all about precision. I frequently need to crop to a specific aspect ratio. Sometimes it’s for the screen (video projects and slideshows) as well as print output. In these cases, I need the shape of my […]

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Using curves layer to add color, tone and contrast


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I adore using curves and using curves layers in Adobe Photoshop. I think I use that one tool more than any other! It’s quick and easy, and can make such a difference with little effort. Going beyond the ‘S’ curve But don’t just stop at adding an ‘S’ curve to add contrast! There is more […]

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Using a curves layer to add color, tone and contrast


This post is by Julie Powell from Photofocus


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I adore using curves and using curves layers in Adobe Photoshop. I think I use that one tool more than any other! It’s quick and easy, and can make such a difference with little effort. Going beyond the ‘S’ curve But don’t just stop at adding an ‘S’ curve to add contrast! There is more […]

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Using a curves layer to add color, tone and contrast


This post is by Julie Powell from Photofocus


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I adore using curves and using curves layers in Adobe Photoshop. I think I use that one tool more than any other! It’s quick and easy, and can make such a difference with little effort. Going beyond the ‘S’ curve But don’t just stop at adding an ‘S’ curve to add contrast! There is more […]

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Using a curves layer to add color, tone and contrast


This post is by Julie Powell from Photofocus


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I adore using curves and using curves layers in Adobe Photoshop. I think I use that one tool more than any other! It’s quick and easy, and can make such a difference with little effort. Going beyond the ‘S’ curve But don’t just stop at adding an ‘S’ curve to add contrast! There is more […]

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Using a curves layer to add color, tone and contrast


This post is by Julie Powell from Photofocus


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I adore using curves and using curves layers in Adobe Photoshop. I think I use that one tool more than any other! It’s quick and easy, and can make such a difference with little effort. Going beyond the ‘S’ curve But don’t just stop at adding an ‘S’ curve to add contrast! There is more […]

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Stretching and roving keyframes


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If you have keyframed multiple layers in After Effects and need to change the duration of the animated segments, you can use the stretch keyframes method to avoid individual keyframe adjustment. Simply highlight the beginning and ending keyframes on the layers you wish to adjust, hold down Alt (PC) or Option (Mac), and drag the […]

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Stretching and roving keyframes


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If you have keyframed multiple layers in After Effects and need to change the duration of the animated segments, you can use the stretch keyframes method to avoid individual keyframe adjustment. Simply highlight the beginning and ending keyframes on the layers you wish to adjust, hold down Alt (PC) or Option (Mac), and drag the […]

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Stretching and roving keyframes


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If you have keyframed multiple layers in After Effects and need to change the duration of the animated segments, you can use the stretch keyframes method to avoid individual keyframe adjustment. Simply highlight the beginning and ending keyframes on the layers you wish to adjust, hold down Alt (PC) or Option (Mac), and drag the […]

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Stretching and roving keyframes


This post is by Andrew Ford from Photofocus


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If you have keyframed multiple layers in After Effects and need to change the duration of the animated segments, you can use the stretch keyframes method to avoid individual keyframe adjustment. Simply highlight the beginning and ending keyframes on the layers you wish to adjust, hold down Alt (PC) or Option (Mac), and drag the […]

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