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In this video tutorial, I show how to use photomerge to create a panoramic photo in Adobe Photoshop.
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by Chad Neuman
Portrait photography is an exciting and growing area of visual communication. Businesses hire portrait photographers to take photos for advertisements, promotional brochures, annual reports, and web sites. Individuals hire portrait photographers to capture the personalities of their families and friends in a visual format. Even news publications need portraits occasionally for editorial profiles. I spoke with four professional portrait photographers to get their take on these key areas of portrait photography:
-Camera and Lens
-Using a Flash
-ISO and Aperture Settings
-Shooting Locations and Times of Day
-Working with Subjects Read the rest of this entry »
by Chad Neuman
My wife and I went to Crested Butte, Colorado, recently for spring break. We snowboarded for a few days and enjoyed the outdoors, taking a few photos along the way. One sure thing to do when enjoying the outdoors is to take panoramic shots. You don’t need a wide-angle lens to capture the vast expanse of outdoor landscapes photography. A technique I and many other photographers utilize is to take overlapping shots of a landscape and merge them later in Photoshop. Photoshop CS3 has a few new features and options to consider.