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Articles by Dave Williams

About Dave Williams (10 Articles)
Dave Williams uses the alias Hybrid Dave. He is a travel and lifestyle photographer and retoucher based in London, UK

Making a Time-lapse with Photoshop

November 25, 2016

In this tutorial we’ll take a look at how to make a time-lapse in Adobe Photoshop using photos taken with an interval timer or other continuous mode.   A video posted by Dave Williams [More]

How to create a punching city sunset

September 13, 2016

In this tutorial I’ll guide you through a technique which allows you to use Adobe Lightroom or Adobe Camera RAW to bring a dull cityscape sunset to vivid life. In this tutorial I’m using [More]

X-Ray Double Exposure in Photoshop

August 23, 2016

In this tutorial we’ll learn how to us the power of Adobe Photoshop to create a cool X-Ray style double exposure image showing the outline of the outside of a building, but revealing [More]

Retouching Snow in Photoshop

August 12, 2016

My favourite place on this incredible planet is Iceland, and in my capacity as a travel photographer and big Iceland fan I’ve perfected the way I deal with snow in my photos. In this tutorial [More]

Faking Golden Hour in Adobe Lightroom

August 6, 2016

We’re told time and time again in landscape photography – there’s only two times each day when you can successfully shoot a landscape! The golden hour in the morning and again in [More]

HDR in Lightroom

June 12, 2016

I use HDR a fair bit and have noticed that people don’t quite know what it is so here’s my attempt at explaining before I show you how to do it in Adobe Lightroom. Firstly, HDR stands for High [More]

The Art of the Crop and Photoshop Power Tips

April 16, 2016

In this tutorial I’m not going to tell you HOW to do something, but offer you brief insight into WHY you should do it (and give you 5 power tips to inspire.) Adobe software allows you to crop [More]

Create a Dancing Shadow in Photoshop

April 3, 2016

Here’s a nifty little tutorial for you. I’ll show you how to add a little extra to your photos with a quirky shadow that can represent the person photographed. I’ve used this a few [More]