Basics of Artistic PhotographyMore Like This
Who is this tutorial for?
This article is for beginner-level photographers and is meant as a guide and a reference resource, not an all-inclusive photography theory encyclopedia. The more advanced among you will no doubt think of things that aren't included here, but the aim of this tutorial is to be a helpful starting point not a technical bible.
I N T R O D U C T I O N
When you're just starting out in photography and have made the leap from snapping pictures of pretty things to intentionally creating artistic photographs, it can be difficult to know where to go next. Sure, there are lots of beautiful photographs out there that catch your eye but when you haven't had the experience (or spent lots of time learning the theory) to know exactly what makes those photographs beautiful it can be hard to progress by trial and error alone.
While there's no quick and easy secret to taking 'good' photographs, and there's a whole world of experimentation and education out there wait
Eliminating Red EyeMore Like This
Eliminating Red Eye
This Tutorial requires photoshop
Red eye is a major problem for photographers and is caused by ight travelling from the flash, through the pupil of the subjects and resulting in the back of the eye being lit up.
The most common prevention method in use at the moment is 'pre-flash'.
which causes your DSLR to give out a series of rapid flashes causing your subjects pupils to decrease in size restricting the amount of light reaching the back of the eye.
Although this can cause your subject to squint because of the strobe effect of turn away as it appears the photo has been taken.
How to remove it!
Take a brush in photoshop and set:
the size to the size of the pupils,
the hardness to 70%,
the brush mode to 'color' instead of 'normal' and
the color palette to the default white background and black foreground
then colour in the pupils as needed, after this use the burn tool with a small brush to darken as necessar