Photoshop Tutorial:Underexposure & Color Balance

Photoshop Tutorial – Shortcuts for Multiple Photos Needing Similar Corrections You probably don’t know anyone who hasn’t taken an underexposed picture and even a setting of auto white balance fails once in a while. When it does, there might more than one image from an outing that needs help, and occasionally all of them do. [...] Read more »

How to Photograph Fall Color: Part One

Fall Color Photography Fall color quickens a photographer’s heartbeat and cause us to anticipate getting outdoors to capture it while it lasts. Here are photo tips that will help you succeed in bringing home the fall color you saw. Fall Color on Sunny Days The sun’s light has warmer colors toward the ends of the [...] Read more »

Photoshop Video Tutorial | Selective Color Adjustment Tool

This classic car photo suffered from a black tail light so I corrected it using Photoshop’s selective color tool to bring up the magenta color seen in the larger image. The choice of tool was driven by the lack of color in the tail light — there simply was not enough red or magenta present [...] Read more »

Monitor Your Monitor Part 2: How to get Color and Brightness Right

The last post had screen shots that showed how two monitors drifted out of calibration and the benefit of re-calibrating them. That shouldn’t be any surprise — if your monitor is out of calibration then you can’t predict how what you’re seeing will look in prints or on other monitors. So let’s monitor your monitor [...] Read more »

Monitoring Your Monitor Part 1: How to Get Color and Brightness Right

Most photographers want their images to look “right” when viewed on a screen or as prints. Newbies might like most of what they see, but the ability to discern issues grows with experience, and sooner or later questions arise. Often they are something like “is it me or my camera?” or “is something wrong with [...] Read more »

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