Sometimes when taking a photo it is tempting to include a lot of “stuff” to give you more to look at. Often it is better to get rid of all
A friend asked me for help making a Photoshop collage of her playing on a cosmic pool table (she is into cosplay). It was quite fun, and I got some
The computer has enabled many fields to advance at a very fast rate, and this includes retouching photographs and digital art. A good friend and great painter wanted to learn
In my pursuit of ever more control of my retouching, I have come up with a new way of “sculpting” images. First I guess I need to explain what I
Someone in one of my LinkedIn groups asked this question and recieved a torrent of information. Most of the replies broke into one of two camps: You should get everything
My daughter and I were playing with one of her photos and, after a lot of experimentation, came up with this… What are your opinions?
(This is the post I started to write when I noticed I had written 99 posts on this blog) The main part of Goldstream Park (that is, the banks of
In one of the LinkedIn groups I follow, Davesh asked for help with this image taken with, I am guessing, a cell phone camera with a dirty lens: with a