How to Understand the Curves Tool in Photoshop

Two of the most important things I’ve learned to work with in the past couple of weeks are the Curves Tool in Photoshop (for post processing) and the Histogram tool (either in Photoshop or on your camera itself, for use either while taking pictures, or in post processing).

This article is about the curves tool, well worth the read.

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After you’ve mastered Levels , it’s time to take a step up to the tool that is probably the most useful for color and contrast control in Photoshop: Curves. As with levels, you should play around with the basic Curves command to get a feel for it.

Source: How to Understand the Curves Tool in Photoshop

Primes Versus Zoom Lenses: Which Lens to Use and Why?

Which type of lens is better, a prime lens or a zoom lens? This is one of the most debatable topics in photography. Some of you might choose a zoom lens and others may choose a prime lens, it all depends on what and where you are going to shoot.

Source: Primes Versus Zoom Lenses: Which Lens to Use and Why?

4 Beginner Tips for Doing Architecture Photography

4 Beginner Tips for Doing Architecture Photography http://digital-photography-school.com/4-beginner-tips-for-doing-architecture-photography/

A great article from Digital Photography School. I especially like the picture of the temple at dusk, wonder where that is.

Tips for Shooting the Milky Way

Tips for Shooting the Milky Way

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Seeing the Milky Way with your own eyes is what you may call a jaw dropping experience, but one that can be truly achieved only in complete darkness. While stars are visible even in light polluted areas, the Milky Way’s beauty, which is actually caused by concentrations of stars, gas and dust, fades away in the light polluted areas and cannot be seen.

2 frames portrait

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