Creating panorama or a pano image in Photoshop is simple, all you need are few images (having some part of the previous image) shot on the same axis. A tripod would be nicer but if not available, then try to keep the camera as stable as possible.
If you have all the images imported to the computer, then here is the process to get started. Continue reading “How to create Panorama in Adobe Photoshop”
Let’s talk about one of the basic photography techniques, called as Light Painting or Writing with Light Photography using Long Exposures. You might have seen some texts written in an image using a flashlight or a torch or even a cell phone screen. This is what we will be doing today.
What you need for this is a tripod, a camera that allows you to change shutter speed, and a flashlight preferably not too bright. Best time to click this photo is when its dark that is in the night time or if you can manage a dark room. So think about a pattern of what you want to click and lets get started. Continue reading “How to Click Long Exposure – Writing with Light Photography (Light Painting)”
Photoshop provides us lot of ability to edit and enhance the images. It provides us number of tools that we can use to do a better and efficient photo processing. One such tool is called as Magnetic Lasso tool that is a tool that helps you select any portion of an image, so that you can make a selection and can copy that layer from that photo. Continue reading “Learn How to Use Magnetic Lasso Tool in PS for Selecting an Object”
With so many video recording devices and every device having different recording settings, sometimes it is difficult to mix and match videos from one source to another due to different video resolutions of the videos. I also faced this problem once and that’s when I thought to write a post on how to resize a video for resolution in adobe Premier Pro. Continue reading “2 Ways to Resize a Video using Adobe Premier Pro”
View of the SFO shoreline as seen from the Golden Gate Bridge, a panorama shot.
Shaky videos are common and thus most of the video editors have this feature to remove the shake. Youtube even has this in built feature that allows you to remove the shake but the drawbacks are you will have to upload the video first and also the fixed video has a black border moving on the sides that looks really odd.
I also have few videos that I wanted to fix so here’s my tutorial to fix this issue. Continue reading “How to Stabilize Shaky Videos in Adobe Premier Pro”
My love for my motorcycle.
If you have seen multiple images of the same person (called clones) in the same photo then you I am talking about Multicity. Shooting multicity is not difficult, in fact it’s one of the easiest things to do in Photography. All you just need is a tripod and Photoshop.
Continue reading “How to Click Multicity: Multiple Clones of yourself in one Photo”
Being a photographer and a videographer, it is sometimes important to blur out people faces or some confidential information in a video. So whether you are shooting someone or screen recording, you might not want to show some information in a video. So whatever be the case, you can blur out faces and other information in a video using Adobe Premier easily. Here is how.
Steps to blur faces, text and other information in a video
1. Launch Adobe Premier and open the video in a timeline say on V1 of the timeline. Continue reading “How to Blur Faces, Text or other Moving parts in a Video”
If you are into Photography then you know the advantages of clicking RAW and the image capabilities it brings in post processing. But there are occasions when you don’t want to process images or just convert all the RAW images to jpg in one same setting. Well, you are in luck.
Photoshop has an automated feature that can actually load all your RAW images into a stack and convert them to JPEGs in one go. Here’s how: Continue reading “How to Batch Convert RAW Photos to JPG in one go”