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Digital photography is crisp, clean and overall much more consistent than analogue photography. This is great for the most part, but like most things digital results can quickly become too perfect. Relive the unpredictable nature of film photography and add a stylish retro effect to your shots by creating realistic light leaks in Photoshop. Here’s how it’s done… Light leaks, or film fogging, was  created when light was leaked onto unprocessed film. This could have occurred when the back of the camera was accidentally opened for a brief moment, or when a film canister was damaged. The result looked like scorch marks on the image when prints were made, and overall contrast was often reduced. No two light leaks were ever the same, and while back in the days of film photography it was considered a huge mistake. These days creating fake light leaks in Photoshop has become a popular technique. There are many different ways to create the effect, but none are quite as realistic as this method.  

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Create realistic light leaks in Photoshop



In this tutorial I’ll show you how to create a fantasy, heavenly scene with a beautiful dreamer. You’ll learn how to play with color, blend using adjustment layers and brush, add texture, work with lighting effect and more. What you’ll be creating We’ll start this tutorial by creating a beautiful lake scene from a sky […]

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Create a Wonderfully Colorful and Everlasting Dream” Fantasy Manipulation


Hi Gang, and Happy Friday. Here’s a quick look at a plug-in for Lightroom that lets you post directly from Lightroom straight up to Instagram. Cameron Lundstedt  (one of my readers) turned me on to this plug-in after reading my post last week about “Grids” — a great desktop app that lets you post from […]

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LR/Instagram Plug-in — Going Direct from Lightroom to Instagram


When using the Clone Stamp tool, you can use keyboard shortcuts to nudge, scale, or rotate the sample source to better match the size and orientation of the cloning destination. First, set the sample point by holding Alt (Mac: Option) and clicking on an area to sample from. You will then see an overlay of your […]

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Clone Stamp Tool Keyboard Shortcuts to Nudge, Scale or Rotate Sample Source