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    Share our best tutorials from Youtube

    Hi all together, the staff team decided to loosen up the board rules to give all of you the possibility to provide social media links from Youtube. We want to create a common platform to share good tips and videos which can equally helps beginners and professionals to improve their skills...
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    Adjusting highlights / shadows and midtones with luminance masks

    Hi all together, I would like to introduce you today in the world of luminance masks. Most of you might know normal masks in Photoshop to limit an effect of an (adjustment) layer on some areas of your picture, but we can do much more with it by using luminance masks. With this tutorial you...
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    Fairytale with the orton effect

    Hi all together, let's start a new tutorial for those from you who loves to work with Photoshop! This time we're talking about the orton effect which is really something special! But what is it and where can I use it? The orton effect was once designed to give the landscape photography a...
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    Sharpening with the high pass filter

    Hi all together, today I would like to write you something about the high pass filter in Photoshop! Be honest now... have you ever used it or do you know it? Most people just don't know it. But (as you can see below) this filter can really help you to sharpen your pictures without having the...
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    Tutorial for focus stacking behind a scale of 1:1

    Hello together, I promised you to create a tutorial about the focus bracketing behind a scale of 1:1. This tutorial was written for crystal photography, but can also be used for other macros behind 1:1 as well. Click here! I would appreciate your comments, improvements and critism. Thank...