Colour enhancement can be a huge thing in post-processing, and it is not just about saturating the colours on your photo. Although many people tend to boost up colours using either the Saturation/Vibrance adjustments on Adobe Lightroom or Photoshop, you can easily overcook your photo and create an unbearable colour. So how can we boost up the colour without oversaturating our photo and keep the look natural? Here are some colour adjustment tricks. 1. Decide the primary colour
Sick of those oversaturated unnatural photos?
Let’s be frank about this. A saturated photo does give viewers a more impactful impression, but if you overdo it, it can easily causing visual fatigue.
Those are not the kind of photos you would want to hang it in your living room.
But no worry, I’m going to share with you on how to produce a colourful photo while keeping a natural look.
Let’s start with understanding the Colour Wheel first. A Colour wheel is the basis
On this video, I will talk about how to use the Digital Blending technique to create a better composition. Digital blending can be very powerful. In fact, advanced techniques like Time Blending and Luminosity Masking are also one of the ways of using Digital Blending. With a bit of creativeness, you can combine light trails, adding multiple fireworks into a single photo or removing tourists (Which I will share in the future). Other than Digital Blending, I will also talk abou
Imagine that when you are photographing a scene at a popular location, there are tourists everywhere, and you are not able to get a clean shot without them in your frame. What would you do? You move to another place and change your composition, or you can try to remove the tourist from your photo in Post-processing. In this video, I’m going to share with you a few techniques on removing any unwanted subjects on your photo. 🙂 Join our Photography Masterclass Community & impro
Here’s my end-to-end post-processing workflow when editing a landscape photo. Hopefully, this will give you some ideas in creating your own one too. 🙂 Join our Photography Masterclass Community & improve your photography skill. Subscribe to receive photography tips & tricks and update from Grey Chow Please feel free to share this post if you enjoy reading it! :) #website #highpass #size #luminositymasks #facebooksize #landscapephotography #photoshopcc #luminositymask #sharpe
So that your photos will look great on Facebook, Instagram and your website. Without wasting any more time, here’s the video. Download the Web Sharpening Action for Adobe Photoshop As mentioned in the video, here’s the Web Sharpening action that I created. Installing GreyChow Web Sharpening Action To install the action pack, please perform the following actions Unzip the downloaded GreyChow Web Sharpening.zip file. Double click on GreyChow Web Sharpening.atn file, this will a
On this video, I will share how to blend the lights from photos that took at different times. The video also shows other adjustments that I make to produce the outcome photo. You can download the RAW files that I used in the video. So that you can learn better by following the steps. Download GreyChow LM Action Pack Installing GreyChow LM Action Pack To install the action pack, please perform the following actions Unzip the downloaded GreyChow LM Action Pack.zip file. Double
As promised, here is how to create all the Luminosity Masks manually without using my “GreyChow LM action pack”. *Correction: To subtract a channel, it should be “Cmd + Opt + Click” on Mac not “Cmd + Alt + Click”. To understand the basic of the Luminosity Masking and Exposure Recovery: For a more advanced way of using Luminosity Masking: If you want to download the “GreyChow LM Action pack”, you can get it here. Installing GreyChow LM Action Pack To install the action pack, p
This is the part 2 about how to use Luminosity Masking to edit your photo. This time, I’m going to do exposure recovery using three photos with different exposures. (On the previous video, I was using only two) Also, I will share with you on a better way in finetuning the Luminosity Masks and other methods in using the Luminosity masking to make your photo more Pop. To understand the basics of the Luminosity Masking, you can check out my previous video here: Visit the page Gr
What’s Luminosity Masking? Luminosity Masking is an advanced editing technique that’s widely used among the landscape photographer. In this video, I’m going to explain in detail what’s Luminosity Masking, why is it so powerful and how to use the technique to recover an overexposed sky. Also, I have created a Luminosity Masking Action Pack to ease you in creating all those Luminosity Masks. You can download the Action Pack here. Installing GreyChow LM Action Pack To install th
Do we really need complicated editing techniques to produce a well-edited photo? Well, I’m going to answer that and explain why in this latest Youtube video. Also, I will demonstrate how to produce a pleasant photo using simple adjustment tools in Adobe Lightroom. Join our Photography Masterclass Community & improve your photography skill. Subscribe to receive photography tips & tricks and update from Grey Chow Please feel free to share this post if you enjoy reading it! :) #
In my previous blog post, I have talked about the LAYER and LAYER MASK, which are the most important fundamental in Photoshop. If you wish to master Photoshop, the next thing you should be familiar with is using SELECTION. 🙂 If you haven’t read my previous blog post and have no other about LAYER and LAYER MASK, please check out the post HERE. So that you will have a better understanding of the steps I’m going to mention later here. What is Selection? SELECTION is basically
If you ask me, what makes Photoshop such a powerful editing software? I would say Layer & Layer Mask. It is the core of Photoshop; every editing in Photoshop are base on that. It is also the first thing you should understand if you want to learn using Photoshop. Here, I will guide you through WHAT is Layer & Layer MASK, WHY you need them, and HOW to use them. This blog post is for anyone NEW to Photoshop, so no worry if this is the first time you are using (or haven’t) Photos