Post Production Tips in Photography Using Photoshop

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Comments are off May 16, 2018 Photography tips

As a photographer, even though if you have more skills in capturing the pictures in the best way, you should give equal importance to the post-production as well. Make sure that you use the available sources in the best way to get the best pictures. Here let’s see some post-production techniques.

Overlay/Blur Effect:

This is the most common effect that every photographer try to use. This can be done by duplicating the original layer in the Photoshop. Then after duplicating, choose the Gaussian Blur effect under the Filter > Blur > Gaussian Blur. You can blur until the details disappear, but you can use it to the extent that you want based on your wish.

Post Production Tips in Photography - Photoshop

Color Enhancing using Photoshop:

When you are capturing the images in the low light, the colours in the picture may not be up to the mark. Hence you can enhance the colours in the image by using the photoshop in the post-production. You can enhance the photo by just adjusting the vibrancy and the saturation using the photoshop. Make use of all the possible filters available in the software to bring the best out of your photo.

Use Photoshop Filter Gallery:

Photoshop helps the users with some automated effects. Using the photoshop filters you can add many effects to the pictures upon a single click. Before you decide to apply any filter in the image, make sure that you change your image to 8 bit. This will help you to get the best output. There are many filter options available in the photoshop, each will give different look to the different images. Hence choose the best filter which suits your image.

Post Production in Photography Using Photoshop

I hope these few tips will help you in editing your photos in the best way in the post-production. Try to use many other photo editing softwares to get different outputs.

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