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ATTENTION

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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+Photoshop templates try translating your description or titles to English before posting them, That may be the reason why the Spam Filters are marking them as Spam. Try that first and then we'll see if that helps. 
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Don Maclean

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Thanks to +Adobe for releasing RAW support for the RX-100 M3 before the camera was released ... :)

Nice to have a different perception using a compact camera ... that's right one of the most amazing compacts the Sony CyberShot DSC-RX100 III. Incredible for a 1" sensor, processed in Lightroom 5.5 with a little tweak of the contrast, vibrance and clarity ...

#rx100m3   #sony   #sonyphotographers   #flowers   #flowerphotography   #lightroom5  
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James Abbott

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Yellow flag at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Taken on a Nikon D3s and a 45mm tilt & shift lens. Processed in Lightroom and Photoshop. 
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*Nikon?
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Pt. SANTOSH KUMAR

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#PHOTOSHOP TIP OF THE DAY:

When zoomed into an image, pan the document left or right by holding down the Ctrl (Mac: Command) key and scrolling the mouse-wheel. Scroll up to pan to the left or scroll down to pan to the document right. Hold Alt (Mac: Option) and scroll the mouse wheel to zoom in or out.
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Dean Addison

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1947 Ford Mercury Eight.
5 exposure HDR, 32 bit processing edit.
PSCC, LR5, Nik Color Efex & Silver Efex.
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Thank you +Kurt Wecker 
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kadafybest

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Jesus Christ has many miracles he heals the sick and Gaddafi also has many miracles Yes I believe Gadhafi is Jesus Christ
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fuck you ...
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Timothy Selvage

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From an small town in the UK to a street in Prague.
Add me to your circles to see more of my photography and exchange with me
 
HDR composite photography. It's not always possible to get a shot of your subject where you would ideally want it. In the past we would walk away from certain scenes as photographers knowing that the composition was just 'too messy'. But now, thanks to technology we're now able to reorder the world that we see to present imagery that reflects more clearly what is in our minds eye.

The wonders of digital cameras and software such as photoshop that allow for creative processing have opened up a new era for photography.

This was a shot of a Jensen Lancer I took on the street in a local town, UK and then mixed it with a shot that I took of a wall when I was in Prague, CZ.

What have you significantly digitally altered recently?

  #compositephotography   #photoshop  
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Thank you for the answer. I am going to take a look on the linked page later
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Phil Burt

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Concert at Ryman Auditorium - Bluegrass Series 2014 
Taken with my Nikon D800, 200mm, f3.5  1/320sec, -2/3EV, ISO 3200, spot metering, no flash, hand held.
Processed in Lr 5.5 and PS CC 2014.
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About this community

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

Hank Elijah

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Pt. SANTOSH KUMAR

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ज्वाला मुखी.पिक्चर.
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Viktor Elizarov

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Niagara Falls: Rainbow in the Mist 

Check how photo looked straight from the camera, how it was taken and processed -> http://goo.gl/JIUJuy

HDR Processed: Lightroom,  Photomatix, Photoshop
Bracketing: 3 shots (  -1, 0, +1 )
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Very nice HDR I note you used 16 bit tiff imported back into LR did you consider either 32 bit or using PS for the HDR merge instead of Photomatix. 
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Kleurcorrectie en kleurafstemming met curven
Stricktly Dutch - translated from the Photoshop Traning Channel Jesús Ramirez
http://reinasmallenbroek.nl/photoshop.0003.html
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David Marx
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Gravel Bar: North Fork of the Flathead River
Glacier National Park, Montana

The North Fork of the Flathead River rolls by a gravel bar along the edge of Glacier National Park, Montana.

I captured this image using a digital camera that has been converted to shoot only black and white infrared images. My digital infrared camera loves partially cloudy skies and mountains. It's the perfect toy for high-noon summer landscape photography!

I recently released a video tutorial on how I process digital infrared images using  Adobe Photoshop Lightroom for subscribers to the video tutorial library at http://www.msjphotography.com. To see my basics of infrared image processing video tutorial go to http://bit.ly/1jvwrxq
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Photoshop's blend modes make it easy to blend a layer with layers below.  Whether you're a photographer who enjoys mixing photos with textures, a retoucher who needs to add light to eyes, or a compositor with a creative idea, once you discover blend modes, you'll wind up using them every day.  In today's Photoshop Workbench tutorial, we'll create a composite that takes advantage of three different blend modes.  Thanks to Tim Clifton for suggesting today's topic.

Watch the tutorial:
http://www.msjphotography.com/index.php/2014/07/photoshop-workbench-430-photoshops-astounding-blend-modes/

Resources mentioned in this tutorial:

Photoshop Workbench 331 (http://www.msjphotography.com/index.php/2012/05/photoshop-workbench-331-compositing-selections-elevated/)

Photoshop Workbench 388 (http://www.msjphotography.com/index.php/2013/06/photoshop-workbench-388-compositing-unruly-hair/)

Dramatic Portrait Compositing Video Tutorial Series (http://www.msjphotography.com/index.php/dramatic-portrait-compositing-video-tutorial-series-download/)

#photoshop   #photoshoptutorials   #photocompositing   #photocomposite   #photoshoptips   #photoshoptutorials2014  
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Just wish I could have watched the tutorial, but I'm not a member. 
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Edu Oliveira

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Lunchtime at work.
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Sahin Ahammed

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As your clipping path specialist or clipping path illustrator specialist: touch our free trial session to get the idea of our proficiency with 24/7 days accessibility.
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