3 Easy Steps to Apply Textures in Photoshop

3 Easy Steps to Apply Textures in Photoshop and PSE

One of the best things yet most confusing things about Photoshop and Photoshop Elements is that there are always different ways to do the same thing. That is wonderful because users can experiment and find the way that works best for them. However, it can be confusing to new users because they keep seeing and […]

Introducing “Blog Template set 2″

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written by Beckie of beckiegkengle.com Hey everyone! It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything, but I’ve been working on a new template set for blogging! I am really excited about this set! There are so many photographers that also use Instagram to reach their clients. I wanted to design a template set that can […]

Landscape Hacks – Tips for Photography on Vacation

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Hi, I’m Susan Dusseault of Lily Fields Photography. I will be an occasional contributor to Amanda’s great teaching blog. It is an honor to join her in her efforts to educate and encourage photographers. When Amanda found out I was going to Montana for a short trip, she asked me if I could put together […]

Newborn Photography Safety Tips

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This post is by Andrea Thomas of Speechless Photography. It seems that more and more often newborn photos feature fabric-wrapped babies suspended from tree branches or perched on rocks above a waterfall (ok, maybe I’m exaggerating a little on the last one – but not by much). As clients and fans ooh and aah over […]

How to Clone Without Using the Clone Tool

Cloning Withou Clone Tool

The bridal portrait I shared in the post before this one brought some questions from readers about how I successfully removed the driveway from the original image. I used an old trick of mine, the duplicate-and-flip-horizontal technique. The image I used for this tutorial is supposed to be symmetrical but it misses by just a […]