Keeping it Raw in Photoshop – Part 3 of 3

Previously in Part 1 and Part 2, we created a composite image utilizing Smart Objects and layer masking in Photoshop. From those previous two articles, you are armed with the required tools to create dynamic images easily in Photoshop without having to lose the versatility of Raw. Today we will finish the images created, covering […]

Keeping it Raw in Photoshop – Part 1 of 3

Previously I introduced X-Equals readers to Smart Objects in Photoshop as a method by which you can maintain the capabilities and quality of RAW, but still utilize many of the stellar features of Photoshop. In this series I am going to outline my RAW workflow within Photoshop, leveraging Smart Objects and Adobe Camera Raw to maintain […]

Playing with Color – Camera Profiles – Part 1 of 3

Adobe Camera Profiles Have you ever taken a shot that looks awesome on the back of your camera, but looks a little lacking when you import it into Lightroom?  Many people have run into this issue, and more than a few have been discouraged from utilizing their cameras RAW settings.  Short of creating a preset […]