Category Archives: Photoshop Demystified

How high could you, should you go with your ISO?

This question has been bandied about since digital day one... What about noise (grain)? What processes do you use to remove it? How big can you go? On and on. I routinely shoot high ISO for many shoots. Here's a bunch of images I grabbed from the last month. Yes, I do get around...from weddings,...
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Kick your images up with cool photoshop brushes….

photo 01by James Hodgins ******************************************************************** I received numerous emails about the corner designs I placed on some of my images that I figured I would add a follow up post explaining how I achieved the final images. Something as simple as adding...
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Creative studio photography using photoshop

photo 01The end of summer marks the beginning of studio portrait season for our studio. When the weather get's below zero, the leaves have all hit the ground and our city is covered with the white stuff some clients just don't want Read more

The Renaissance Portrait

Intro We created the renaissance portrait in our studio as one more portrait styling that compliments the range of sessions that can be created for little girls. We always have a blast creating fairy portraits and running our twice annual fairy day...
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Real High Dynamic Range Photography

First off, HDR, or high dynamic range, is not new. It's the exact, identical, idea behind the zone system made popular by Ansel Adams. Fred Picker (zone VI) is a more modern day zone system evangelist. (Fred was amazing, and his catalogues were marketing pieceRead more

Well, that`s a first….

Friends.... Well, that`s a first.... After creating, hosting and organizing hundreds and hundreds of webinars, tonight, July 22, 2013...I messed up...in two ways... First off, I booked TWO webinars in one night..... NoBull PhotoShop with Bill Guy and the Wizard Of Light Advanced Training Series with Read more

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