Tag: photoshop

Inverting Images In Photoshop

As an outdoor photographer and digital artist, I find it fun to experiment with creative effects in post-processing. Here is a super easy and super fast way to completely transform a photograph by inverting images in Photoshop and then applying textures and colors in Topaz Texture Effects. Here is an image of birch trees reflecting in a pond at Crex Meadows Wildlife Area near Grantsburg, Wisconsin. Not a bad image, but nothing that really makesLearn More

High Resolution Textures For Photoshop

Now available in their own online texture gallery are several “unique to the North Woods” high resolution textures available for purchase! High Resolution Textures These textures are all from photos that I took myself on a DSLR of some of the resources that can be unique to the Upper Midwest region, such as: Lake Superior shoreline Lake Michigan beaches tree bark from birch and other North Woods species rock and stones plants and grasses snowLearn More

Same Photo, Different Looks With Photo Editing

There’s more to making a “pretty picture” than just composing the shot and getting your aperture, shutter speed, exposure and focus just right. Photo editing in post processing is a completely different and important skill in and of itself. It can be time consuming, turn a “meh” shot into a “wow!” shot and can be a ton of fun. And since I shoot in RAW, post processing is a necessity. Here’s just one recent exampleLearn More

How to Create Twirl Effect in Photoshop

If you like abstract photography, you’ll LOVE this twirl effect in photoshop! It’s fast and easy – SO easy you could create an action for it and make it even faster if you want to! Here’s how it’s done: Twirl Effect in Photoshop Start with any photo in 8 bit. This is the original: Filter -> Pixelate -> Mezzotint -> Medium Lines Filter -> Blur -> Radial Blur (slider = 100, blur method = zoom,Learn More

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