Relatively positioning a watermark in your images Published on July 9, 2013
Relatively positioning a watermark in your images with Adobe Photoshop
Creating the watermark is fairly simple and thoroughly discussed on thousands of other tutorials, so this won’t be focused in detail in this tutorial.
We will assume that you have previous Photoshop experience, you are familiar with the Photoshop interface, actions and batch files basic features.
…and off course, that you already have a watermark.
Lomo style images with Photoshop Published on November 15, 2011
Create your Lomo style images with Adobe Photoshop
Lomo images have a typical look: vignetted, highly contrasted and “overlayed-like” colors, this look was caused by the characteristic C-41 as E-6 cross-processing.
In this tutorial we’re going to try to achieve the same results using Adobe Photoshop and a modern digital picture.
How to Make a People-Free Photo in a Crowded Place Published on May 17, 2010
How to Make a People-Free Photo in a Crowded Place
By Alexey Stiop, Shutterstock Contributor, published in: submit.shutterstock.com/newsletter/217/article2.html (original post images featured)
Have you ever wanted to photograph a landmark or historic site or an interesting piece of architecture, and wished you could do it without including hundreds of tourists in your shot? This especially would present a problem if you planned to submit this image as stock – unless, of course, all these people were your friends and would gladly furnish you with their model releases.
Well, there is a way around this. You will need two things (besides your camera) – a steady tripod and Adobe Photoshop CS3 Extended.