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Pet Photography: 8 Tips for Taking Pictures of Your Dogs & Cats

How to Photograph Pets: Dogs and Cats by Tatyana Vergel Pet photography: Our pets…They’re handsome. They’re beautiful. They’re scruffy. They’re comical and so much fun to watch when they don’t realize we’re looking. Our pets add both joy and frustration to our lives on a regular basis, and we can’t live without them. But how…

Photoshop Tip of the Week #11: USM Sharpening explained

Photoshop Tip of the Week #11: USM Sharpening explained

MCP Actions Website | MCP Flickr Group | MCP Reviews MCP Actions Quick Purchase Since posting about sharpening the past few weeks, a number of people have asked what the numbers for USM mean (Unsharp Mask). So this week I will explain the components to USM sharpening in simple terms. AMOUNT The “amount”controls how intense…

Photohop Tip of the Week #10: Sharpening – part 2

Photohop Tip of the Week #10: Sharpening – part 2

MCP Actions Website | MCP Flickr Group | MCP Reviews MCP Actions Quick Purchase This week I will explain High Pass Sharpening. This type of sharpening is hidden in Photoshop – as it is not under the Filter – Sharpen area. You will want to do this at the end of your workflow, just before…

Photohop Tip of the Week #9: Sharpening – part 1

Photohop Tip of the Week #9: Sharpening – part 1

MCP Actions Website | MCP Flickr Group | MCP Reviews MCP Actions Quick Purchase Digital photos often can look less sharp SOOC than a film counterpart. They can look a little soft or have a light haze. Over the next few weeks, I will explain some sharpening techniques and de-hazing/de-fogging as well. A few sharpening…

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