for the Photographer
Powerful Features for the Photographer
Photoshop is the perfect complement to any
level of photographer. From amateur
to professional, anyone can benefit from the powerful features packed in
Photoshop. It's the perfect post-production tool for scanned in or digital
With Photoshop you are able to make quality image enhancements and
adjustments. Here is an overview list of the adjustments you can make to
improve your photographs: levels, contrast, brightness, color balance, curves,
hue, saturation, de-saturation, selective color, channel mixer, variations and in
the new version (Photoshop CS) you have the powerful Shadow/Highlight tool and
Photo Filter adjustment (which lets you basically try out different 'camera
filters' on your image).
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As you can see there are many ways to adjust the brightness values and color
values of your images. If you take a photo at the wrong exposure in the
production process (taking the picture) you can correct it in Photoshop.
Of course the better quality the original image, the easier it will be to make
minor adjustments but if you have some really off the wall exposures, Photoshop
can still do a great job at correcting them. You can find out more about
each of these options in the full
Basic Photoshop training program where
image adjustments and photo touchups are covered in detail.
There are so many powerful options for photographers to use to enhance their
images that lesser programs just can't compare to Photoshop. Pro
photographers rely on Photoshop to enhance their images; you should too!
- Article by Orion Williams
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