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Just a heads up, as we continue to try to improve our experience here, I want to let you know about a small change to our Guidelines

1. One post per day per user

2. Each post needs a relevant title or description, but not necessarily your processing steps. We still would  love for you to share how or why you did things but it is enough for now to let us know it's Digital Art or a Digital Manipulation in Photoshop or Lightroom,  will be fine while we try this out.  Especially if it's not obvious.

3. Be sure you are posting to the right category,  it saves us time when moderating and avoids image deletion.
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Seán Duggan

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On the latest episode of TheFIX on +This Week in Photo (TWiP) I take the show on the road to Photoshop World in Las Vegas for some short audio interviews with some of the instructors and industry insiders at the conference. In part 1, I'm joined by Bryan O'Neil Hughes from Adobe Systems about how Adobe's mobile imaging apps fit into the greater Creative Cloud ecosystem, and the range of creative possibilities that mobile imaging provides. We finish the show with a chat with +Levi Sim from Photofocus.com. Levi shares some cool gear recommendations as well as a great tip on how depth of field in your shot can impact creating precise cutout masks for background replacement. On next week's show we'll have three more conversations from Photoshop World with Julieanne Kost, Glyn Dewis, and Josh Haftel.
http://thisweekinphoto.com/thefix-076-photoshopworld1/

#TheFIX #TWIP #Thisweekinphoto
On the road from Photoshop World, host Seán Duggan talks mobile workflow with Adobe's Bryan O'Neill Hughes and photographer Levi Sim from Photofocus.
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Jay Gaulard

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How to Add a Lens Flare to an Image in Adobe Photoshop: http://industrydev.com/how-to-add-a-lens-flare-to-an-image-in-adobe-photoshop/

A lens flare is a really cool effect that can easily be added to a photo using Adobe Photoshop. Once you understand the necessary steps and the areas that need special care, you'll be adding some neat nostalgia to your photos in no time. In my latest post, I explain exactly how to go about adding the Lens Flare effect in Photoshop. Click through for the full tutorial. 
When it comes to photography, I love lens flares. Well, that is, if they're properly placed. If they are, they add a really cool effect that makes a photo
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Красиво... и закат, и волосы, и задний план. Замечательно.
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Ofer Dub

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I always find exposure corrections necessary when shooting the moon. I'm glad I took the raw photo, and could process it later in LR.
 
Full Moon
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Cold hearted orb that rules the night...
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POLI TORRE

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Nuestro amigo Darko realizando su peonada de tarde en esta tarde calurosa de Julio
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Aprende a hacer un retrato con la técnica de doble exposición.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vrN4I_G1Aq8
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Tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Xomd_sLBz0

In this full length tutorial i will show you how to do this rain manipulation using Photoshop. If you have any questions ask me in comments below :)

Facebook: http://bit.ly/1OY3oTc
YouTube: http://bit.ly/29Grxo8
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👌👍👏
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Dani Irawan

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hi, I will make your photo into cartoon with my style in fiverr
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https://www.fiverr.com/dirawan/making-your-own-cartoon-potrait-photo
For only $5, dirawan will making your own CARTOON potrait photo. | With my skill using photoshop i will make your Photo into Cartoon in my style.For $5 you will get a half of body Cartoon (from | On Fiverr.com
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Rupert Brun

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I've joined a photography club in Whitstable, Kent. In summer we don't have regular meetings but we do have outings to take pictures, including a recent trip to Margate. I managed to get into the shadow of the lighthouse so the sun made the lantern shine brightly. People were moving a lot so I decided against HDR and just exposed so as not to clip the lantern, then lifted the exposure and especially the shadows in Lightroom. I used a lot of masking so as not to sharpen the sky or shadow areas, which would have got noisy.
https://flic.kr/p/Jz1cwh
People gathered around the lighthouse at Margate
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Martin Nittala

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Adding Rain effect to Automotive Photography | KTM 1190 RC8 R
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POSTS WITH NO DESCRIPTION WILL BE REMOVED WITHOUT EXPLANATION, ONE POST PER MEMBER PER DAY Welcome! The goal of this community is to share and learn about Photoshop and Lightroom. We're thrilled to have each of you as a member of this community, but we ask that you read and respect our COMMUNITY GUIDELINES in that category above. http://goo.gl/n3k9q Some highlights from those guidelines: We love to see images you've processed in Photoshop or Lightroom, BUT if you post images in be sure it's relevant to Photoshop or Lightroom -include a brief description like Digital Art, Processed in Photoshop/Lightroom and if you like inlude your processing workflow, processing snags you ran into, or processing issues you want help with - Help each other out by sharing techniques and resources and answering each others' questions. If we all play by these rules our growing community will be more valuable to each of us. Thanks for joining! Your moderators: +Jan Kabili, +Ron Clifford, +Ricardo Lagos,, +David Marx, +Eric Reno +David White

Yaopey Yong

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Having a hard time learning how to use luminosity masks in Photoshop/GIMP?

In this tutorial, I'll explain the concept and principles of luminosity masks through the gradient map.

There will be lots of pictures, diagrams and visualisation!
 
Having a hard time learning how to use luminosity masks in Photoshop/GIMP?

In this tutorial, I'll explain the concept and principles of luminosity masks through the gradient map.

There will be lots of pictures, diagrams and visualisation!

#luminosity #masks #photoshop #post-processing #tutorial #editing #image
Have you tried learning luminosity masks but too complicated? This tutorial explains everything in short and simple terms through the gradient map.
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Photoshop Artist and Tutor

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#Photoshop compositing challenge! Colin Smith VS Jesús Ramirez! https://youtu.be/uc9u816v6kg
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Ahmed Shawan

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30 high quality and useful photo manipulation tutorials on Adobe Photoshop performed by experts and dazzling examples of Photoshop artworks for newbies.
A handy lists of 30 unique and high quality Photoshop manipulation tutorials created by Tutsplus team design professionals and useful for experts, newbies
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Rupert Brun

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Lightroom couldn't stitch these images, taken walking along a street, so I exported them and joined them in Microsoft ICE, saved as a TIFF then moved back to Lightroom to procoss, including removing some branches from the top of the shot.
 
A slightly wonky panoramic shot of a street in Assos, Kefalonia, Greece. I stitched it in Microsoft Image Composite Editor because Lightroom couldn't stitch the images. Please click on the image to view full size on Flickr, there's plenty of detail, the original is 127MB!
https://flic.kr/p/KpgVSt
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Ed Gregory

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New photoshop tutorial - Learn how to import images into photoshop. You may be surprised how many different methods there are.

#photoshop #adobe

https://youtu.be/jSH36BpD7gA
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POLI TORRE

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El mirador de la Placeta de Carvajales no es tan conocido como el de San Nicolás. Se encuentra en una zona mas baja y próxima a la ciudad de Granada
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Getting To Grips With Photoshop Content-Aware Technology
Photoshop is one hell of a powerful program, and once you get to grips with its content-aware technology there isn't a lot you can't do.
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Viktor Elizarov

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Rocks of Pfeiffer Beach (California)
Check how photo looked straight from the camera, how it was taken and processed:
http://www.phototraces.com/deconstructing-photo/rocks-of-pfeiffer-beach-california/

HDR Processed: Lightroom, Photomatix, Photoshop
Bracketing: 5 shots (-2, -1, 0, +1, +2)

Pfeiffer Beach is arguably the most beautiful beach in Central California, the must-visit travel photography destination. At the same time, it is the most secluded one. Without planning and research it is almost impossible to find it; there is no signs or directions on the California State Route 1 and the only way to get to the beach is to take a narrow, rundown one-lane road through the mountains.

During my travel photography trips to California, Pfeiffer Beach is the strategic location for me. This is the place where I allocate extra time for my photography and time to rest and have a picnic in the beautiful surroundings.
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Jose Da Silva

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Energy trink
Made in ps 15.5
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Thx
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