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Eric Renno

Local Adjustments in Lightroom Mobile

August 29, 2016

In this video I take a look at the Local Adjustments in Lightroom Mobile and how they synchronise with the image in the catalogue on your computer hard drive. [More]

Boundary Warp in Photoshop and Lightroom 

August 10, 2016

In this quick tip video I take a look at Boundary Warp in Photoshop and Lightroom. For those shooting panoramas it can make a lot of difference to your final piece. If you’d like to see a text [More]

Using The Lens Flare Filter in Photoshop

June 1, 2016

The Lens Flare has been a part of Photoshop for some time and is a quick and easy way to add a little ‘something’ to your image. A word of caution however, because of its ease of use its often [More]

Adding Rim Light with Photoshop

May 18, 2016

When you’re compositing with Photoshop you’ll often be adding a light source or two, sometimes the light will come from behind. To ‘sell’ the effect you may want to add a rim light. In [More]

How to Make a Cinemagraph in Photoshop

April 24, 2016

A cinemagraph is a mix of still and moving image. The majority of the image is usually still while there’s one or more elements that have movement. Cinema graphs are very popular at the moment at are reasonably easy to complete inside Photoshop. [More]

Photoshop an Artistic Double Exposure

February 21, 2016

In this video I take a look at making a double exposure in Photoshop, then go a little further to create something a little more interesting and 'artistic'. [More]

Making A Photoshop Moon Brush

January 10, 2016

Photoshop brushes are all greyscale, where the brush is darker its less opaque, brighter less so. This means that we can make some quite detailed brushes by converting images to grayscale. In this [More]
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