Accuracy in prints is extremely important. But to get a great print, we must calibrate our monitors. Find out how you can calibrate your monitor to our printers at D&M Imaging. Let's leave guessing behind.
In ancient Greece, the Muses were the source of inspiration, who spoke directly to the creators of great literature and art. But in our world, the top modern photographers are a great source of inspiration. By studying their work we are motivated to take action. After all, inspiration causes motivation. But before you continue reading, ask yourself the following, "Who and what inspires me?" This week we'll take a look at 16 top modern photographers and find out what cameras and lenses some of them use.
Ask any architectural photographer and he'll tell you that nobody likes perspective projection distortion in their images. But you don't have to be an architectural photographer to feel this way. Distortion in photography can ruin a perfectly lit and composed image. However, there are methods for perspective control you can implement right now without buying new equipment. Let's get to it now.
Photoshop CS6 introduced the overlay options for the crop tool, and the same overlays are in the latest version of Photoshop & Lightroom. But the story behind the crop tool overlay options is as compelling and old as the Rule of Thirds. Yet, some photographers and designers seem to know little about this.
For the past few months we've been working closely with our Roes developers to improve your ordering experience at D&M Imaging. The goal was to simplify and organize Roes, your photo ordering software. Here are a few changes you need to know about.
Don't you just hate it when you add contrast to an image, certain areas become blown out while other areas are just fine? This time we'll focus on a specific and easy technique that'll require basic knowledge of Photoshop Layers, Blending Modes and Layer Masks. Today I'll show you how to quickly add contrast in Photoshop with an Overlay Blending Mode. Check it out.