Learn how to equalize the white balance and exposure in your photo. This technique is amazing for photos with mixed lighting (ex. Interior Real Estate photos) and solves the problem where you can't seem to get the right balance or exposure. It's all done using Photoshop's Camera Raw filter. This filter lets you can access […]
In this 2 part series, you’ll learn brand new techniques that you can use to replicate color gradings. I came up with some new techniques that will make replicating looks so much easier and faster with less guesswork involved. These techniques will work with a majority of the color grading effects out there. And it’s […]
The tone curve is one of the most useful tool for photographers. It can be used to make any tonal adjustments like brightening your image and adding contrast. It's found in many software like Lightroom, Capture One, Premiere, After Effects and mobile apps like Lightroom Mobile. In this tutorial, you’ll learn in a simple way on […]
In this episode, you’ll learn one of the most popular retouching technique that can be used in landscape photography, portrait photography, architecture and more. It’s called dodging and burning… and with this technique you selectively choose which areas of your photos should be brighter or darker. When used correctly, you can completely transform your photos. […]
Learn how to retouch skin in Photoshop with a technique called frequency separation. In this tutorial, you'll learn how to apply frequency separation with a fully editable and nondestructive layer setup. This will let you readjust the settings or even make changes to your original layer without having to redo every single step. Frequency separation […]
Hello and welcome to this episode of Denny’s Tips where you’ll be learning an awesome new trick on how to Dehaze your photo with way better results. The Dehaze adjustment in the Camera Raw Filter helps reduce haze and restore the contrast in your photo but a lot of times, it doesn’t look that great. […]
Download Lightroom presets and LUTs, absolutely free. Use the presets to add creativity and style to your photos.