Stream

Join this community to post or comment
Pinned by moderator

Ron Clifford
moderator

Community Guidelines  - 
 
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.
221
8
Tony O'Dowd's profile photoLisa Plante's profile photoFemi Oyeniran's profile photoPaul Smith's profile photo
63 comments
 
มืงแมใผ
 ·  Translate
Add a comment...

Carl Green

Processed photos:include a relevant title and description  - 
 
A memory of a great day, grabbed from the dirt outside a greasy spoon along the coast road.
 
A personal favourite, at a roadside eatery on the shore of Lake Erie. We stopped to stretch our legs and grab a bite. When I saw this bike I couldn't resist. I was out of the car and laying in the dirt in seconds, while Nikki grabbed the food. The name of the place and the menu pin the location and compliment the bike. And those legs reflected in the car door? I left them in rather than clone them  out. They belong to my Nikki. For me, those elements make this is a perfect composition and a memory of a fantastic day trip up the coast. Happy day.
#photoshop   #lightroom   #photography  
View original post
1
Add a comment...

Diamond Raj

Processed photos:include a relevant title and description  - 
 
My recent edit in PS
5
Dave Hardmann's profile photo
 
Shop out the dude
Add a comment...
 
Photoshop tutorial - simple personage. Видеоурок Фотошоп - простой персонаж
 ·  Translate
1
Add a comment...

Nishant Bazzad

Resources  - 
 
High Quality Photoshop Brushes are hard to find? That's why I've designed some High Quality Halftone style Photoshop Brushes to use freely in personal and commercial projects. Go and grab them from here for free. http://www.psdfreebies.org/2015/06/halftone-brushes-set/
2
laurent Laurent's profile photoNishant Bazzad's profile photo
2 comments
 
Thanks laurent Laurent
Add a comment...

Barcelona Photographer Álvaro González

Processed photos:include a relevant title and description  - 
 
The window, by me.
This photograph has a little bit of photoshop.
D&B for the highlithgs in her body and in pearls, and for darken the shadows...  Clone Stamp on her head to eliminate a lot of hair on the nape.
Healing tool for pores and other problems with skin.
A couple of curves, one of them to rise the window whites. The other to add contrast.
One black and white filter
And I added noise (a lot) with Nik Color Efex 4, the only plugin I used.
35
1
Alexey Prusakov's profile photoPatrik Sucharda's profile photo
 
What a beauty!
Add a comment...

Mark Treen

Resources  - 
 
very useful in your workflow
Watermarks, love them or hate them, are a way of protecting your images. Although, just because you have one on your image doesn’t mean it won’t be stolen. If you are like me, I do it as a deterrent. There are many ways to watermark your images. In this article I’m going to show you how to …
1
3
Roberto Pontes Oliveira's profile photoSergio Cortes's profile photo
Add a comment...

jose done

General discussion  - 
 
Photo Manipulation with color and Background
+How to photoshop Tutorials 
Photo Manipulation with color and Background , we will create a dramatic scene of this sitting girl . We’ll use most of the Photoshop power tools.
2
1
David Collantes's profile photo
Add a comment...

Foster M

Tutorials  - 
 
This is a photo I took when visiting a farm upstate NY. 
This is another example on how to use the adjustment brush.
1. Original was retouched in LR 5
2. Made a virtual copy and converted to High Contrast B & W and cropped.
3. Made a second virtual copy, adjustment brush set exposure level to -5.0 and Black to -100, feather to 75, flow 100, check auto mask, density 100. (you may have to make slight adjustment on your sliders to achieve close painting) and painted around the horse till its completely blacked out. Check "Show Selected Mask Overlay" below the photo this allows you to see where your painting. If you painted past the area in which your painting press and hold the Alt key it will change to a negative and will allow you to erase.
4
Tyler Harney's profile photoBiju G's profile photo
2 comments
Biju G
 
..
Add a comment...

John Rossignol

Processed photos:include a relevant title and description  - 
 
Dog's Night Out 
©2015 John P Rossignol photo artistry
3
Add a comment...

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

Viktor Elizarov

Processed photos:include a relevant title and description  - 
 
Zion Canyon Overlook Trail (Utah)
Check how photo looked straight from the camera, how it was taken and processed:
http://www.phototraces.com/deconstructing-photo/zion-canyon-overlook-trail-utah/

HDR Processed: Lightroom, Photomatix, Photoshop
Bracketing: 7 shots (-3; -2; -1; 0, +1; +2; +3) 
8
2
Ian Riddler's profile photoJorge “Sarge, Caipira, SolidCapo” Nava's profile photoJacek Wysoczynski's profile photo
 
Is that the road that comes out of the big tunnel ?
Add a comment...

Viktor Elizarov

Processed photos:include a relevant title and description  - 
 
East Coast of O’ahu from Makapu’u Lookout (Hawaii)

Check how photo looked straight from the camera, how it was taken and processed: http://goo.gl/btfXk4

I took this photo while in Hawaii at the end of the January. That was the day when the rain started at least 20 times. Sometimes it was just couple of minutes and a few drops of the water but when I reached the Makapu’u area of the O’ahu it was practically  a storm with the heavy wind.

I spent at least 40min in the car at Makapu’u Lookout parking waiting for the rain to stop. It was totally worth it.

SHOOTING & PROCESSING

Because of the spots of the really bright spots and some areas of the dark clouds I decided to shoot for HDR, taking 3 bracketed shots (-1, 0, +1) on a tripod.

For the processing, I used Lightroom HDR based workflow. I outlined this technique in my latest tutorial “Lightroom HDR – Natural Looking HDR In Lightroom”.

After I produced HDR image I used a Lightroom preset based workflow, using Golden Gate present from my Landscapes Collection (you can always download free lightroom presets). 
3
Add a comment...

Amélie Berton

Introduce yourself  - 
 
a winter bird..
self portrait
4
Daniel Giesler's profile photo
 
Beautiful
Add a comment...

POLI TORRE

General discussion  - 
 
Panorámica del Albaicin y Sacromonte al atardecer, desde la plaza del Aljibe de la Alhambra
 ·  Translate
1
Add a comment...

Sanam Puri

Tutorials  - 
 
Photoshop Tutorials For Creating Your Own Cinemagraph
http://www.devstrend.com/photoshop-tutorials-for-creating-your-own-cinemagraph/
Photoshop Tutorials For Creating Your Own Cinemagraph-You can create a cinemagraph using editing software which would compose the photographs or the video frames into a seamless loop of sequential frames
1
Add a comment...

John Locubiche (Photographer/retoucher)

Processed photos:include a relevant title and description  - 
 
Photocompositing inspired in GOT.
Concept and editing by ©Joan Locubiche.
#faestock #photoshop #gto #gameofthrones
6
shafeek aali's profile photo
 
supper :)
Add a comment...

Netra Rp

Processed photos:include a relevant title and description  - 
 
How To Create A Dark Abstract Crow Manipulation Of A Photo-Part 1  +Designhill


http://goo.gl/RWuBjf





This is a 3 part tutorial that teaches dark abstract crow manipulation of a photo through use of debris brushes and disintegration effect.
1
Add a comment...

Hanaa Shehab Eldin

Processed photos:include a relevant title and description  - 
 
Waterfall with green grass10 Photoshop Cs6
5
Add a comment...