Want more room to see your image? Don’t care if panels are popping in/out when you least expect it? 😉 Check out this video from Ben Warde 🙂
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Learn how to create the popular orange teal look in Lightroom or Adobe Camera Raw. This is a very easy tutorial it’s perfect for beginners. You’ll learn how to use the Camera Calibration sliders to shift the hues and use the Tone Curves create a simple faded look. This technique can also be used to […]
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Here is a photo I shot in New York for my book:
When you photograph a landscape and you don’t always have a great sky, or a nice sunset, your photo is pretty dull, well you can still save your photo! Go black and white!
I love my sunsets, I am magenta addicted, I love saturated photos but sometimes I don’t get the chance to do that on photos. Like on this one for example; you can see that the photo is very dull, the sky is boring and the colors are not amazing:
So I made it into a dramatic black and white:
Here is another example, for my book on New York I knew I wanted to go black and white, which was very convenient because I could shoot all day long, and not wait for an amazing sunset! Here is a photo of the Manhattan Bridge; I had a white, plain sky:
And I added some fog to add more texture to the sky and it looks good in Black and white:
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