11 Best Photo Editing Tutorial to CARVE your photographs

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11 photo editing tutorials to take your photo to the next level

 

Photo editing

Some photographers have a policy of ‘strictly not retouching’ when it comes to their work. However, from time to time we find that we can improve our images and make them better with a little touch of Photoshop.

Photoshop is like a great friend of photos. Sometimes pictures don’t meet expectations and guess what? You can even change your low-cut shorts to make them look stunning. Our collection contains 11 Photoshop editing tutorials that will help you make the most of your creative creations.

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1. Color correction

When you start working with an image, some adjustments are easily needed. Here is another great color touch app for your photos.

color correction

2. Create an HDR image

Remember that it is always best to shoot in RAW format. That way, you have more room for testing at the back processing stage.

hdr

3. Cleaning domains

You can try to shoot against clean backgrounds but it can still be difficult to find the right colors and gradient. This tutorial helps you deal with more complex back problems.

clean background

4. Haze effect

To make your photos more dreamy, try adding a haze effect.

haze effect

5. Adding a simple leak

Light cords have become a popular trend in photography. Try with your regular shots and apply a different filter to make your photos stand out.

leak effect

6. Re-touch the skin

Even under the best studio lighting fixtures, the skin can look refined, flawless, or simply light in color. Here’s a tutorial to eliminate minor imperfections and achieve more skin tone.

skin retouch

7. Changing domains

You can have a good shot with a distracting and inappropriate background. Easily remove it with this quick tutorial.

backround

8. Sharpening images

One result that photographers often turn to is sharp images. Your camera may not focus on the details but don’t worry because it can be easily fixed.

sharpen

9. Removing people from domains

A complex process for removing unwanted domains. This tutorial helps you accomplish the impossible with an amazingly simple solution.

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10. How to create a cinema graph

Sometimes the missing object is shot in full motion. Learn to turn your photos into movies.

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11. Double exposure

If you want to try combining your shorts, try this double-featured tutorial.

double exposure

What matters is that you are interested and that you enjoy what you are doing. If you are determined to make a note with your photos, try and let your heart guide you. Only in practice will you learn to plan.

If you want to start editing your photos in Lightroom or Photoshop, here are some tips:

– Take RAW images and not JPEG

– Start playing around with standard adjustments such as temperature, tone, exposure, contrast, light, white/black, lights/shadows, full/powerful, and clear. These changes are already making a huge difference in your photos.

– Get a workflow that you feel comfortable with – for me I start with LR with standard fixes, color correction, and basic adjustments, and then introduce you to PS for some adjustments (for example I like working with different layers).

– Learn to use integrated methods/methods of integration in PS and how to apply the mask.

– You can use layers and combine methods in many different ways. You can add more in-depth photos – just try it and you will have fun exploring new ways to create your photo style.

– Here is an example: You have a picture of a beautiful place and you are facing a common problem: Either the sky is very light or the skin itself is very dark. So what you can do is the following – create a visual copy in Lightroom. Now you have the same picture twice. Arrange one version for the sky as you wish and do the same for another version with just the difference you focus on the scale itself. You are now importing both versions into Photoshop into one project. You now have 2 layers. Layer 1: “Scale” and Layer 2: “Sky” – add a mask to Layer 2 and clear the darkest part (you can also use a gradient with a smooth transition). Now you have a bright sky AND a bright scape.

The photographic processing phase is exciting. Try Andrea’s advice and see the difference you can make in your photographs. There is always a way to complete your shot and make them stand out.

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