Add Dramatic Color to Photographs: Photoshop Tutorial!

This is a tutorial that should really help some of you photographers out there. We will start with a base RAW file from an 8 megapixel low-end Canon digital …
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25 Responses to Add Dramatic Color to Photographs: Photoshop Tutorial!

  1. Rodney Pike says:

    A nice little “Camera Raw” Tutorial

  2. Antonio Borges says:

    Did you you use a CR2 Raw file or CRW File ?
    Because, I have a Canon 300D that takes shoots in CRW files and XSi that
    takes shoots in CR2 files.
    And can I use PhotoShop CS 1?

  3. Sharing is Caring on G+ says:

    A nice little “Camera Raw” Tutorial

  4. Илья Тулупов says:

    very very nice! i like it. thanks a lot for sharing yor skill :)

  5. Ferny Fern says:

    awesome!

  6. Bruce Canales says:

    Add Dramatic Colour to your Photographs!! I love doing this to my images.
    This really shows the power of PS! Enjoy.

  7. Candra Dwi says:

    Nice

  8. dahan brahim says:

    amazing

  9. Helena Georgiou says:

    Very good but is not clear the number that you insert for each choose! 

  10. Richard Segi Sinasta says:

    Add Dramatic Color to Photographs: Photoshop Tutorial!

  11. JasMiN says:

    Wow that’s amazing! Great work :)

  12. Randy B says:

    What version of PS is this? My search was for CS3 and this showed up, bu
    that brush is not available up top in RAW mode (that you painted the sky
    with).

  13. eurossocial says:

    Great Tutorial and very helpful.
    Thank you very much.

  14. Margaret Dedeaux says:

    

  15. Paul Stewart says:

    Now I know what video the guys from 500px have been watching…

  16. Julian Cicone says:

    You’re a fucking idiot. I hate smug people like you. I do photography and
    film/video. Everyone enances and edits their photos. If the most plain
    photos like bikini models on a beach during broad daylight has their photos
    edited. Your argument is so invalid because that is like saying to every
    cinematographer, that your not a cinematographer because you edit your
    videos and films. Photography and film is no different. You’re selling a
    product, you enhance and edit photos, period.

  17. Urimo mon says:

    You are correct. Nat Geo will perfectely know when a photo has been modify,
    altered or photoshoped. What they let you use are the normal tools any
    pro-photographer has, like filters, zooms, glasses, steady devices, etc.
    Photos you see in Nat Geo are 100% real, so feel free to trust.

  18. Gi Pamperien says:

    OK, a GREAT tutorial this time. Great explanation of ACR helping to refine
    my workflow. Thanx.

  19. funnyhaha07 says:

    Nice tutorial, I’ve never used the adjustment brush in raw, I will need to
    try this soon. p.s. your voice sounds like a radio dj. lol Like you are
    going to say, Alright, next, we’ll have some Bruno Mars for you on the
    drive home right after this Maroon 5 track. 😀

  20. funnyhaha07 says:

    Well some of us “me” are professional photographers and artists (oil on
    canvas, traditional not digital) and I love photoshop so I can add dramatic
    colors to my photography w/out having to set up some stupid gel lighting
    …aint nobody got time for dat! :b

  21. Gorka Gomez says:

    great video!!! grkphoto

  22. kokoinas says:

    ahhhhh! Finally a tutorial with voice!

  23. galleon figurine says:

    i think you can open jpeg in camera raw but you have to open it through
    adobe bridge just right click your jpeg image, choose open in camera raw.

  24. vaMpeex says:

    Where can I find this original picture?

  25. YoClickme says:

    Just watch and learn! Don’t be mimicking what he’s doing step by step-
    that’s a lot of unnecessary pausing and rewinding.

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