Unique Photography Project: The Little People Project

Understanding the “Image Stabilizer” Function of a DSLR

The Most Iconic Photographs in History

The Possible Causes Of Err99 In Canon Dslr Camera And How To Fix It

Tips for Buying Used DSLR Flash

Camera War: Nikon D3 vs Canon EOS 1D mark III

Nikon Picture Control System

Tips on how to Look like a Professional Photographer

20 Quick Tips for Beginner Photographers

The Strengths of Mirrorless and Dslr Cameras

Archive for the ‘Software’ Category

Photoshop tips: Selective Color Photography

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On March - 14 - 2017

Photoshop tips - Selective Color Photography Tutorial

Photoshop tips - Selective Color Photography Tutorial



Selective color photography is a photography technique where the resulting photos will have a few prominent colors against a black and white background. The following is tips and tricks to achieving a selective color photograph using adobe photoshop. These steps are simple, and can be done by even the most novices in digital editing.

1. Open the colored photo to be process in Photoshop.
Photoshop tips -  Selective Color Photography

Photoshop tips - Selective Color Photography



Read the rest of this entry »

.

Creating a Vintage and Lomographic Tone with Toycamera AnalogColor

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On February - 21 - 2017
How to Creating a Vintage and Lomographic Tone

How to Creating a Vintage and Lomographic Tone

One of the things photographers do during post process is to adjust tones and colors to produce the desired overall tone of the photograph. There are no concrete standards to producing a certain photographic tone. It all boils down to taste and preference of the photographer.

One of my and some of my friends’ favorite tone is achieving the vintage and lomographiclook-alike tone. There are plenty of ways to creating the desired vintage tones. I looked for the easiest way by googling blog entries on how-tos and asking tutorials from friends. Until finally I found the photo editing software called Toycamera AnalogColor. Read the rest of this entry »

.

Creating the Zooming Effect using “Radial Blur” In Photoshop

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On February - 20 - 2017

zooming effect Photoshop

zooming effect Photoshop



Before, I’ve covered tips and tricks of zooming techniques in photography. Maybe there are those out there that have difficulty making it work. The biggest difficulty is synchronizing the zooming of the lens position with the pushing of the shutter button. Or another difficulty maybe the result turns out too shaky because the shutter speed used was too slow. So what would be a solution? The easiest would of course be by using the magic of Photoshop. The following are steps to creating the zooming effect using the “Radial Blur” feature in photoshop.

Read the rest of this entry »

.

Related Photography Ideas for Software at OneSlidePhotography.com

SIRI Technology in the Canon EOS 5D Mark II? Seriously?

Recently, rumors has circulated about a Swedish hacked name Bjorn Mabro who’s successfully embedded Apple’s Siri application into his Canon 5D Mark II. This hacker, who is also a robotics student, claimed that the Siri feature in his DSLR responds to 124 commands in different voices. These commands range from the simple shutter release to […]


Photography-Themed Rube Goldberg Machine by 2D Photography Inc.

I’m sure you’ve seen those domino effect contraptions people concoct and post up on the web or some of you may even have experimented at home. These domino effect videos demonstrating the concept of a chain reaction made from various (usually themed) objects have also made its way to a few commercials. They’re commonly known […]


Photography Competition: Not Only About a Good Piece of Art

As a photographer, it must be an absolute pride in itself if we are able to win a photography competition especially in international scale. But there are so many times we will fail and lose spirit after participating in numerous competitions and we never win. Do not worry, actually your photo may be good but […]


Beginner’s Guide to Black and White Photography

Monochrome photographs are timeless, especially black and white photographs. They enhance emotional substance and have a disposition of making photos look more artistic. When color photography came into the scene, it resulted in black and white photography falling out of favor. It just seemed so drab and dull beside the bursts of color that color […]


Sunny Sixteen (sunny f/16) Rule!

Scenario: The light metering of your analogue camera is defective, but the camera itself still works well. What should you do to ensure you still get the results you want? There is a savior of a guide for such a predicament: the “sunny sixteen.” This guide states: when shooting in an outdoor setting, with the […]


Avoid Using Digital Zoom on your Pocket Point-and-Shoot Camera!

There is one feature in the average pocket camera that you should avoid the usage of: the digital zoom. Why? Here is the explanation: Usually, a pocket point-and-shoot camera is equipped with lenses that have two zoom capabilities: optical and digital zoom. When you use the optical zoom, the optic glass component inside the lens […]


Photographer or Photoshopper?

Photography consists of the ancient Greek words “photos” meaning “light” and “graphein” meaning “draw/graph”. So essentially, photography is the practice of drawing with light. So if we’re too dependent on photo-editing programs (such as Photoshop) to create a good photograph, then do we still deserve to be called photographers? Here are some statements as food […]