Photoshop Credo

Variegated Rose

“I believe that digital photography is an entirely new artistic medium—it is as different from film photography as film photography was from what came before it.” Thus starts my credo about working in the Photoshop Darkroom.

This credo—or statement of beliefs—about digital photography and post-processing is the introduction to a new series of columns about making creative use of Photoshop.

The columns so far:

Enjoy!

Stair to Heaven

This entry was posted in Photoshop Techniques, Writing.

One Comment

  1. Osselin December 26, 2009 at 12:52 pm #

    I guess your LAB techniques here.

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  1. By Kiss From A Rose | Photoblog 2.0 on August 9, 2010 at 12:29 pm

    […] The lighting, photography, and post-processing of this image all had the same goal: to increase saturation and tonal contrast and create a kind of “Georgia O’Keefe” effect. This is a set of techniques I’ve already used in my Variegated Rose (shown at the top of Photoshop Credo). […]

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