Corporate headshots can be a great way to build a portfolio and reputation, quickly. It’s a delicate balance between professional and creative, but you can have both. Let us help you with our 5 Amazing Assets for Corporate Portraits.
In this tutorial we’ll create an editable business card mockup using very simple photography and Photoshop techniques. You’ll be able to transform your photo into a customizable template, to showcase your design with elegance.
There’s nothing worse than coming home after a shoot only to find that your perfect image has a spot on it. Whether that’s a dust spot or blemish on a subject that’s more obvious in the image than in the viewfinder, you need tools to correct spots.
Have you ever brought home the perfect picture from a shoot, only to find that dust on the sensor has wrecked the shot? Don’t throw away that image just yet!
In this tutorial I’ll show you how to create a delicious strawberry lips effect. You’ll learn how to combine two stock images using some basic Photoshop retouching techniques, blending, matching color, and taking care of details.
Capture One Pro 8 is a powerful, professional raw image processing suite for Mac and Windows. If you’d like to get an idea of how the image correction process works, follow along with this video tutorial from my course on Capture One for Fashion Photographers.
This tutorial covers digitising your archive images. You could send off your photographs to an external company, who will digitise and retouch for you. This can cost quite a lot, and there’s always the danger of them losing the originals.
With some photographs, you might look at them and instantly recognise a relative or a place. Sometimes, even turning a photo over can reveal a wealth of information. Our predecessors were meticulous at writing on the backs of photos.
In a broader context, we usually see photographs that have been preserved and restored from important moments in history.
Are you curious how you’d look with a different hair color? Do you want to know what colors fit you? You can easily check it with a few simple tricks in Photoshop.