Photoshop - Shapeshift Creative

By: Shapeshift Creative  23-Nov-2011

If you aren’t familiar with the term, “Bokeh” refers to the way the lens renders out-of-focus points of light. You will recognise it as the little circles of light in the blurry parts of photos. Here is an example of some party lights out a window: Now. the thing I wanted to show you is [..]

In one of my previous photography tips, I spoke briefly about colour spaces and how to set your camera to Adobe RGB. Now, let’s take a look at how to work with this colour profile and make the most of it. Let me start off by saying that generally there are going to be two [..]

If you have a basic compact camera, or even a high end SLR camera, out-of-the-box your camera will be set to shoot JPEG images. This is possibly the worst format you can shoot in. Why? Because your images get compressed to hell and you lose a bunch of information that you can’t regain. In some [..]

Since I got Photoshop CS5 my mac has been constantly crashing when I try to open 5 or 10 images in a workflow. Here’s the workaround until apple releases an update – Disable OpenGL.

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