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20 must-use editing tools in Lightroom and Photoshop

Whether you’re a beginner opening up Photoshop or Lightroom for the first time or a more seasoned photographer, this collection of editing tips from the pros will leave you trying out a few new things in your digital darkroom. Lightroom … Continue reading

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How I edit backlit beach photos in Lightroom and Photoshop

Shooting at the beach in the summer is one of my favorite ways to capture summer memories for my family.  We are so fortunate to live within 4 miles of the beautiful Lake Michigan shoreline in Holland, Michigan. We often … Continue reading

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Using Content-Aware Fill Non-Destructively in Photoshop

A strength of Photoshop is being able to perform edits non-destructively. Most edits can be performed on their own layer, preserving the original background layer. The Spot Healing Brush, Clone Stamp, and Patch tools all work this way and they … Continue reading

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Photoshop Layers and Layer Masking for Beginners

Arguably the most versatile adjustments in Photoshop are the layering and masking tools. Together, layers and masks make up a large portion of the work most photographers do in Photoshop, both for subtle and complex edits. However, if you are … Continue reading

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How to Use Perspective Corrections in Lightroom and Photoshop

A couple of weeks ago I wrote the article “Four Simple Tips for Better Composition”. In that article, I discussed in-camera techniques for keeping your horizons level and verticals vertical. However, even if you are careful, this is not always … Continue reading

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