photoshop Tag

I wrote about Luminosity Masks in Photoshop already on this blog. It's a very powerful technique that I use a lot in my landscape and cityscape photography. I find it a lot more efficacious than letting my camera or a software decide what a good HDR photo is automatically. Yes, it may take a bit longer. But the results a far more satisfactory. When I first heard about Luminosity Masks

As of today, the London lockdown is still not as strict as in other cities around the world but it is a lockdown nonetheless. The measures to fight coronavirus have imposed restrictions on travel, both internally and between countries, and therefore many places now look like scenes from an apocalyptic Hollywood film. Particularly in those areas where flocks of tourists usually cram every empty corner, the view is very much

In this blog I start disclosing my editing workflow and the first topic I'd like to introduce is Luminosity Masks. Luminosity Masks is something you might have heard before, particularly if you shoot landscape/cityscape. In a nutshell, they are selections based on tones that allow for specific adjustments. In their basic form, they target broadly highlights and/or shadows. But they can be further refined to include midtones or narrow down