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What is the Creative Cloud and why do I need it? There has been a lot of controversy over this. Prior to May 2012, if you wanted Adobe software, you either had to fork out for the individual applications you wanted, or you bought a Creative Suite. Now if you need more than Photoshop or […]

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  When to edit in Photoshop and the best way to do it For many photographers, using Photoshop is a daunting experience. They use Lightroom, make their adjustments and they are good to go. But what about those times when Lightroom just doesn’t cut it? Photoshop to the rescue. I want to outline the various […]

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Let’s face it, digital retouching has the general population entirely polarized. Not a week goes by that the national media doesn’t bemoan the latest “Photoshop disaster” or accusation of being “airbrushed” on the latest round of celebrity photos. However, photography clients—99% of them to be honest—are expecting to have their photos finalized and retouched by a professional. These […]

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(aka Everything you ever wanted to know about the Brush Tool in Lightroom and Photoshop) In Part 1 I talked about the Adjustment Brush Tool in Lightroom. Definitely a useful tool in your arsenal. But if you want to get into the nitty gritty of retouching, the Brush Tool in Photoshop is where it’s at.

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  The great DPI vs PPI Debate I see so much confusion around this topic with not only new photographers, but with those that have been around the block a few times. For those photographers that were never involved in graphic design, I’m going to drop a little history on you first. Then, I’ll explain […]

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