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In this article, I’ll give an overview of available Photoshop masking methods, types of masks, the difference between masks and selections, when to use them, and a few tips and guidelines for better masking and less frustration. And keep in mind: a smart photographer/artist is someone who also knows when NOT to create selections. If you don’t need them and can solve it in an easier and faster way, then don’t waste your time.
This article describes and suggests a practical step-by-step method for fine-art processing, purely seen from an artistic and aesthetic point of view without going into the technical aspects of Photoshop at all, as I firmly believe Photoshop skills shouldn’t be decisive. And I will try to demonstrate that you can actually do with almost no Photoshop knowledge at all to create high-end gallery worthy and award-winning prints.
Using and creating 16 bits asymmetrical luminosity masks in Photoshop for ultimate controlAn article and tutorial on the use and creation of asymmetrical luminosity masks for better and more accurate tonal separation and editing in Photoshop In my recently released...
Column 4 with my short opinion on current (photography) affairs or just another short thought related to photography. In any case they all only express a personal opinion. Today's column is on the importance of the individual experience as part of the artistic...
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Together with co-author Julia Anna Gospodarou we’ve written a book on fine-art photography, black and white photography and architectural photography that’s already considered by many to be one of the best books on black and white photography of the last decade(s) by many renowned photographers and educators.
B&W Artisan Pro is an intuitive and easy to use Photoshop panel for advanced crafting of B&W photographs, with powerful local adjustments features, designed by award-winning photographer Joel Tjintjelaar. With this panel, Joel provides an easy and quick alternative for his advanced B&W editing techniques without the steep learning curve
I’ve created a series of 5 video tutorials, in which I will demonstrate my black and white photography processing method that enabled many award-winning photographers, my approach to vision, my approach to color post processing and I will also bring you with me on location to demonstrate long exposure photography.
20% off of all items with code JOELT20. Together with Formatt-Hitech filters, we’ve created a Joel Tjintjelaar Signature edition ND long exposure photography filter kit with the most neutral Firecrest Ultra ND filters from 3 stops ND filters up to 16 stops ND filters. Available as circular screw-on or rectangular filters with filter-holder.
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This long exposure photography tutorial is targeted at several levels: beginners will find a complete guide and an extensive step by step explanation what long exposure photography is, what you need and how to do it yourself. The more experienced long exposure…
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Although I believe that gear isn’t the most important thing a photographer needs, I realize that having good gear is essential for boosting the moral for any photographer. It can inspire in some ways, it can make it more fun at times when things aren’t going your way and it can make it more effective and time efficient if you can get things right in-camera instead of correcting it in post-production.
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