As a wedding photographer, you may know how to merge layers in Photoshop. There is also a chance you may not, especially if you are not the one who applies additional effects to your images in post. Keep reading to learn more about layers and merging them in Photoshop.[···]
As a wedding photographer, it is valuable to have knowledge behind some of the best ways to adjust your photos to match your unique photography style. In the past, we have covered how to use several features in Lightroom to edit your work. And now, we are ready to talk more about Photoshop. Do you know how to use the Liquify tool in Photoshop?
The Liquify tool is of the most commonly used filters in Photoshop. It allows you to distort the pixels in an image without losing quality, which is in an important part of the images you deliver to your wedding clients. Below, we cover the various ways to use the Liquify tool in Photoshop.
Here at ShootDotEdit, we provide wedding photography edit services to pro photographers. We also love to provide you with valuable information to help fine-tune your skills and speed up your workflow. Today, we will cover how to add background in Lightroom. Plus, we will also discuss how to remove a background to ensure you have the skills necessary.
As a company that provides photo editing services for pro wedding photographers, we know your post-wedding workflow can be time-consuming and often stressful. That’s why we put together wedding photography editing tutorials, so you have the knowledge behind some of the processes necessary to make adjustments to your images. Today, we will dive into how to make a logo transparent in Photoshop. Keep reading to learn more.
As a wedding photographer who has a unique photography style, knowing how to add grain in Photoshop is a valuable skill to obtain. Adding grain can create a timeless film-like look for your images, which is something that can be quickly added to your photos in post production once you have the skills. In this post, we will specifically address how to add film grain in Photoshop to achieve the look you desire for your wedding images.
As a photographer who is busy working with clients, shooting their engagement and wedding photos, and spending hours on your post-wedding workflow, incorporating tools which help you decrease your time spent is crucial to your success. Of the workflow options you have, two of the highest regarded programs for photographers are Lightroom and Photoshop. Each of these post-wedding workflow systems assist you in quickly working on images to send them to your clients. They are also programs you can use after your images are color corrected by a wedding photo editing service, such as ShootDotEdit.
Sometimes, it can be confusing to know which one you should be using during your post-wedding workflow, especially when you may be knowledgeable about both. For you to have the fastest workflow possible, we wanted to share with you what the appropriate times are to use both Lightroom and Photoshop.
During the wedding shoot, you do your best to make your clients look flawless. Sometimes, there are unflattering elements in the photos, such as stray hairs or blemishes which are apparent in the image. When you are looking to quickly fix these issues, Photoshop allows you to use various tools, like the spot healing brush and patch tool to retouch your photos. Lightroom also has some great tools for basic retouching. If you want to do basic blemish removal and skin smoothing, you can stay in Lightroom to perform your edits. When you are looking to perform heavy retouching, which requires the liquify tool and others, you can use Photoshop for this.