by Adobe In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to turn a series of photos into a looping animated GIF using Photoshop. This technique works well for creating a timelapse animation using series of photos taken from a DSLR or point-and-shoot camera, or even a mobile device. For this example, we’ll use a series of photos […]Read more "How to make an animated GIF in Photoshop"
By Boone | Shutterstock Premiere works notably well with Photoshop, giving users a number of different ways to import layered .psd files. You can even open an image in Photoshop directly within Premiere. Since many video editors often work with photographs, it makes sense that the two programs would work together seamlessly. Let’s take a […]Read more "How to Bring a Photoshop File into Premiere Pro"
By Logan Baker, Shutterstock Follow in the footsteps of boundary-pushing filmmakers by incorporating cinemagraphs into your projects to tell your stories. With all the new cameras on the market and all the various ways to distribute videos and stills, the cinemagraph stands as the perfect combination of two types of media. It’s an exercise in lighting […]Read more "How You Can Use Cinemagraphs to Tell Your Story"
by Trey Ratcliff, Stuck in Customs Early Warning: My Presets are Wild. Wild dot com. If you like mild presets that do just a little thing here or a little thing there, just walk on by. But if you wanna go cray-cray, well buckle up and jump on board! This free package will give you a […]Read more "Trey Ratcliff’s Lightroom Presets – FREE Starter Pack"
by Will Nicholls, PetaPixel Hollywood photos and still frames often look fairly dreamy with a bit of a glow to the subject in the image. In this tutorial by the guys at Photoshop Cafe, you can learn a number of ways to do this to your own portraits. The video above outlines three ways you […]Read more "How to Give Portraits a Dreamy Glow"
by Michael Zhang, PetaPixel The foods you buy in the store and at restaurants are never as tasty as they look in advertising photos, but what many people might not know is that you probably wouldn’t enjoy eating the foods seen in those pictures. The reason is because commercial food photographers use all kinds of […]Read more "10 Sneaky Tricks Used in Food Photos"
By Jay Pierstorff (Thanks to reader, Doug Bassett, for the heads up…) DOF Pro is a Photoshop Plug-in for Depth of Field Effects. Depth of Field is a side effect of lens openings on your camera. Using a small lens opening creates a larger field of sharp focus. Using a large lens opening creates a shallow […]Read more "New DOF Pro 5.0"