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Noise Reduction Workflow

By Ryan Pastorino on July 25th, 2012   |    Posted in:  Articles, Processing   |    2 Comments
By Ryan Pastorino on July 25th, 2012   |    Posted in:  Articles, Processing   |    2 Comments

Today I’d like to demonstrate my method of noise reduction.  Noise reduction is a must to clean up digital noise from shooting with a high ISO and there are many programs and photoshop plugins that specialize in reducing noise.  However I do not use any of these third party plugins.  I use the built-in noise reduction sliders in […]

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IllumiNations: Filling the Sky with Fireworks in Black & White

By Adam Hansen on May 9th, 2012   |    Posted in:  Processing   |    4 Comments
By Adam Hansen on May 9th, 2012   |    Posted in:  Processing   |    4 Comments

I posted a photo today on my flickr stream of IllumiNations in Black & White. On flickr I had mentioned that I was not happy with the original color version of the shot. Not that the fireworks were completely blown out or anything, just something about it did not click with me. I had decided […]

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Straight and Level

By Ryan Pastorino on January 27th, 2012   |    Posted in:  Photography 101, Processing   |    4 Comments
By Ryan Pastorino on January 27th, 2012   |    Posted in:  Photography 101, Processing   |    4 Comments

I’ve been known to be a perfectionist. One thing I strongly believe in is properly leveling photos. I’d actually call it an obsession. Perhaps it’s related to my self-diagnosed case of obsessive compulsive disorder, but I spend a great deal of time in post processing checking and rechecking my photos to make sure they are […]

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Throw the Kitchen Sink at it!

By Cory Disbrow on January 4th, 2012   |    Posted in:  Processing   |    5 Comments
By Cory Disbrow on January 4th, 2012   |    Posted in:  Processing   |    5 Comments

Hello readers! For today’s article, I’m going to show another set of before/after shots to show how with Photoshop and its many filters, you can save so many shots you thought would go straight into the trash. August 15, 2011. The first day of my big family WDW trip. Everyone else had gone back to […]

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Selective Sharpening

By Ryan Pastorino on December 30th, 2011   |    Posted in:  Processing   |    3 Comments
By Ryan Pastorino on December 30th, 2011   |    Posted in:  Processing   |    3 Comments

I have seen various processing techniques shared among the community, but one area I rarely see discussed is sharpening.  Sharpening for me is the final step in the process to give the photo that extra punch.  However, I rarely sharpen in one quick step globally.  Much like the rest of my editing, I sharpen to […]

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The Amazing Power of Camera RAW – Part 2

By Cory Disbrow on December 22nd, 2011   |    Posted in:  Processing   |    2 Comments
By Cory Disbrow on December 22nd, 2011   |    Posted in:  Processing   |    2 Comments

Hello readers! Today, we’re going to pick up right where we left off yesterday in the Camera RAW tutorial. At the end of yesterday’s post, we had finished things up in the basic tab of Camera RAW, making adjustments to Exposure, Recovery, Fill Light, Blacks, Clarity, and Vibrance. The Vibrance slider adds saturation to the […]

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