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Avoid the need for buying specialist tilt-shift lenses to creating selective blur effects by using Layer Masks and the Gradient tool. Make real-life travel scenes look like scale models with this creative technique.
If you can’t wait for fellow tourists to leave a scenic location, then take your shot and use the Clone Stamp to remove them. Discover some techniques for targeted removal and preserve the landscape from being altered
In this video, author shows you how to blend two images with different exposures to create a final, perfectly exposed picture
George Cairns demonstrates how to use colour-correcting tools like Adjustment Layers to reduce the saturation of distracting objects to make them less prominent in a shot.
In the final part of his tutorial, author opens an adjusted image using Photoshop and demonstrates how a few dodge and burn techniques can add real impact.
Taking a look at Tone Curves, author shows you how to make simple adjustments to change tones and recover highlights.
In the second part of his tutorial, author explains how to use white balance tools to correct colour casts, and then takes a look at how to use basic adjustments to enhance detail in an image.
In the first of his four-part tutorial, author takes a look at the basics of Adobe Camera Raw (ACR).