By David D. Busch
"Adobe Photoshop CSX: Photographers' advisor" is aimed squarely at those that are looking to creatively use images to provide compelling pictures and who are looking to grasp all of the instruments to be had to them. The emphasis of this method is on either conventional and modern photographic strategies, and the way to breed or improve them in Photoshop CSX. Readers need not be ace photographers or Photoshop specialists to create those crowd pleasing results. All that is wanted is that this ordinary, "all-meat" booklet that indicates tips to use Photoshop CSX to reinforce photos with the types of results humans respect. This e-book features a spouse website with the entire instance records and pattern filters. David D. Busch is a pro writer, photographer, and image-editing guru. The author's services, alongside the performance of the software program and the appropriate and easy-to-follow info this publication has to provide makes this the suitable mix from which to profit this interesting and enormously starting to be know-how.
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At top, I added a glass lens filter, like the one provided in Kai’s Power Tools. For the bottom image, I applied the Spherize filter a second time to the first fisheye view, making it even more distorted. Lens Flare In computer terms, lens flare is a bug that became a feature. Like grainy, highcontrast film images, lens flare started out as an undesirable image defect that was eventually embraced as a cool artistic effect. As you might expect, Photoshop can duplicate this look with great versatility.
The main thing to keep in mind is the original resolution of your image. Low-resolution images (under 100 dpi) can’t benefit from much more than one- to three-pixels worth of edge sharpening, whereas higher resolution images (300 dpi and up) can accommodate values of 10 or more. You’ll know right away if you have set your values too high. You’ll see thick, poster-like edges that aren’t realistic, accompanied by a high degree of contrast. You may, in fact, actually like the weird appearance, but you’ve left the realm of sharpening and ventured into special effects at this point.
Chapter 1 ■ Photoshop and Photography from 50,000 Feet objects, whereas wide angles expand it. Faces can appear to be broader or narrower depending on lens selection. If you understand these concepts, you'll find you can apply them using Photoshop's capabilities, too. Selective Focus Choosing which objects in an image are in focus, and which are not, is a great creative tool. With a conventional or digital camera, you need to make the decision at the time you take the photo. To complicate things, digital cameras of the nonSLR variety (with their much smaller sensors and shorter focal length lenses) often make everything reasonably sharp regardless of what lens settings you use.
Adobe Photoshop CS2 : photographer's guide by David D. Busch