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.