In this Photoshop tutorial, we will learn how to create imitations of grit, like in a photo from a film. Any version of Photoshop will do, but if you are working with Photoshop CS3 or a later version (we have Photoshop CS5), thanks to the smart filters that first appeared in Photoshop CS3, you will have the opportunity to adjust any special effect parameter at any time. If you have a version of Photoshop CS2 or earlier, just skip the steps related to smart filters, and you will succeed. Continue reading
On the eve of the International Women’s Day, we present a review of the 20 most talented women photographers of the 20th century who, with their creativity, have made a huge contribution to the development of world photography.
Eva Arnold (1912–2012)
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Owners of SLR cameras know that some speck of dust can easily get onto the lens. During photography, its influence is not noticeable. But when processing a snapshot on a computer, the dust particle becomes visible very well. Another spot in the picture may appear as a result of contamination of the matrix. That is why we start with how to remove stains in Photoshop and here we mean exactly traces of dirt and dust. We will not touch the sun glare, since even a professional will take a lot of time to eliminate them. Continue reading