Photo Effects And Editing

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  • (Photo-effect) Also known as photoelectric-effect. This refers to a phenomenon of ejection of electrons from a metal whose surface is exposed to light.
  • (Photo effect) Convenient for color correction of photographs and movies. Also, screen images can be adjusted to Monochrome, Sepia or to the Gaussian Blur effect
  • (edit) prepare for publication or presentation by correcting, revising, or adapting; "Edit a book on lexical semantics"; "she edited the letters of the politician so as to omit the most personal passages"
  • Choose material for (a movie or a radio or television program) and arrange it to form a coherent whole
  • putting something (as a literary work or a legislative bill) into acceptable form
  • (edit) supervise the publication of; "The same family has been editing the influential newspaper for almost 100 years"
  • Prepare (written material) for publication by correcting, condensing, or otherwise modifying it
  • Be editor of (a newspaper or magazine)
photo effects and editing - Photoshop Compositing
Photoshop Compositing Secrets: Unlocking the Key to Perfect Selections and Amazing Photoshop Effects for Totally Realistic Composites
Photoshop Compositing Secrets: Unlocking the Key to Perfect Selections and Amazing Photoshop Effects for Totally Realistic Composites
Unlocking the Key to Perfect Selections and Amazing Photoshop Effects for Totally Realistic Composites

Compositing is one of the hottest trends in Photoshop and photography today for portrait photographers, designers of all walks of life, and even retouchers. Everywhere you look, from group photos, to school graduation or sports portraits, to magazines, movie posters, and DVD covers, chances are, you’ve seen compositing.
In Photoshop Compositing Secrets, Matt Kloskowski takes you through the entire process behind creating convincing, well-executed, and captivating composites. You’ll see how to create images that run the gamut from real-world portraits for corporate, graduation, or group photos to sports portraits, templates, and collages, and even the surreal, dramatic composites that clients clamor for.
You'll learn:
One of the most important secrets to compositing: how to master selections in Photoshop (yes, even wispy hair),
What background color, and camera and lighting setups work best for compositing,
How to move a subject from one background to another, and the Photoshop lighting and shadowing techniques to make it look real,
And all the Photoshop tips, tricks, and special effects you need to pull off a convincing, professional composite.
No matter if you're a professional, an aspiring professional, or a hobbyist, Photoshop Compositing Secrets will sharpen your skills and open up a whole new avenue of photographic expression in an easy-to-understand way that will have you creating your own composites in no time.

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© 2010, All Rights Reserved - PRM Photography/Phillip Munafo. These photos were shot at the Halifax River Yacht Club in Daytona Beach, Florida on 9/4/2010. This wedding was beautiful and I am pleased with how the photos turned out. The families were great to work with and the location made for some spectacular photographic opportunities. We wish to congratulate the Miller's on their marriage and we were grateful to be a part of their big day.
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Wiest Maternity Photos These photos were shot on the beach during sunrise in Daytona Beach Shores, Florida. Shot on 03/28/2010.

photo effects and editing
photo effects and editing
Digital Camera Tricks and Special Effects 101: Creative Techniques for Shooting and Image Editing (Digital Quick Guides series)
Adding ghostly images, transforming skin to fur, and creating stop-action photography are among the special effects digital photographers learn in this guide to manipulating a camera's conventional settings for unconventional and artistic effect. The camera itself provides the initial departure point from traditional photography as photographers are encouraged to use "incorrect" exposure settings, "poor" focus, and reflections to create striking and dramatic images. Instruction on popular digital imaging programs such as Adobe Photoshop Elements, Kai's SuperGoo, and PhotoVista 3D provides photographers with the means to manipulate photographs further with creative filters that transform daytime shots into nighttime images, a library of facial components, and the ability to combine images to create a three-dimensional digital object. A section on printing both at home and at a lab includes simple tips for enhancing the impact of photographs on paper.