Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by enexgee, Jan 11, 2005.
Post up some pics of your favorite effects and such.
also include any links to sites with tutorials
I'm just a little at dodge and burning
Curves, levels and unsharp mask are probably the three most important things you can use for dslr adjustments.
selective color levels. learn to use the eye droppers in every tool. there are "how to's" in the program itself
wtf, are we talkin about photoshop here or the dark room? Guess dark room is a euphemism for photoshop now
If you read the thread title...
Favorite Digital Darkroom techniques.
Furiofire, that's not a 'digital darkroom' technique, that's just a photoshop effect. The title is referring to what kind of post processing technique do you like to do to photographs.
The term "Digital Darkroom Technique" is a very broad one. A digital darkroom is simply the equipment and software used to play with and print pictures from your computer. A digital darkroom typically includes a monitor, printer, scanner, digital camera and computer.
No where in the origianal post is mention of digital darkroom post processing.
Photoshop is the industry standard for proffesionals and is the key ingredient in my "digital darkroom"
Effects/techniques, as least for me, is the same thing as post processing in the digital sense. I simply said that the author of the theard was referring to post processing and not stating it directly.
I understand what makes up a 'digital darkroom' and just like you said, the key ingredient is photoshop. Without it I don't see how you could achieve a 'technique' for your photo on your monitor unless it's a tablet or you just like seeing what the photo looks like when you dequas(?) or you have a shitty scanner with lots of dust that gives the image an interesting pattern to it.
I just picked this up from Amazon .. Adobe CS for Digital Photographers
Straight-forward tips on how the " pros " manipulate their pics.
Very very good book .. worth every penny.
I looked at this same book today. Was very impressed with the techniques. I don't wanna pay retail for it though
I actually just bought this the other day, for next to nothing on Amazon. Well, as far as Photoshop related books go. $21.
amazon is actually cheaper than overstock for this book