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By David D. Busch

An exceptional creation to Photoshop components three that would attract photographers relocating from conventional movie and darkroom printing to electronic images. whereas this ebook does not enterprise too a ways into 'advanced' strategies, and does not discover the 'hidden positive aspects' pointed out in another components publications, it does disguise the entire necessities and contains a few beneficial counsel and methods. Comparisons with movie digital camera and darkroom strategies will entice conventional photographers.

If you are new to components, this consultant provide you with an intensive grounding, but when you have been utilizing parts for it slow and are searhing for extra complex recommendations then you will likely locate one other e-book extra attention-grabbing.

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44 Camera and Lens Effects in Photoshop Elements Keep in mind the dynamics of motion when applying blur. In some cases, you might want to blur only your subjects’ feet and/or hands. Add some blur to the wheels of a locomotive to give it a feeling of speed and power. Put streaks behind a skyrocket rising into the heavens. Selective Focus Selective focus is one of the most valuable creative tools at your disposal, allowing you to isolate or feature various parts of your composition. For example, by throwing the background out of focus, you can place emphasis on the subject in the foreground.

2 Camera and Lens Effects in Photoshop Elements Photography is not the only artistic endeavor in which the tools can hold as much fascination as the process itself, or even the end result. Serious cabinetmakers may be just as proud of their sophisticated new hollow chisel mortiser as they are of the drop-front desk crafted with it. In the same vein, it’s common to meet a photographer who feels you can never be too rich, too thin, or have too many lenses. You don’t actually need a dozen lenses, a bag full of filters, or enough light sources to illuminate the Statue of Liberty to take great pictures.

Some parts of an object, such as the wheels of a moving car or the feet of a running athlete, move faster than the rest of the subject, adding inevitable (or even desirable) blur. Subjects closer to the camera blur more than those located farther away. You can learn a lot more about these topics (from the camera’s point of view) in my book Mastering Digital Photography. Understanding these concepts can help you duplicate them within Elements, too, as another example of how photographic experience can help you when it comes time to edit your images.

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