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Make Your Sky Pop in Photoshop with Two Quick Adjustments

In this tutorial, I will show you a way to enhance your sky quickly and effectively with two adjustment layers that target specifically the blue colors. We will use a targeted Hue/Saturation layer and a Selective Color layer to make it look like we had a polarization filter on our lens when we were shooting the photo.

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Sky Replacement in Photoshop Without the Ugly Edges

When you replace the sky in your images, it can be extremely difficult to get the seams where the sky meets the foreground to look natural. More often than not they’ll look like a bad paper cut-out, and fixing this seems way too difficult. I’ll show you how you can use Photoshop’s “Color Decontaminate…” tool to solve this problem.

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5 Tips for Creating Lightroom Presets that Sell

In this post, I give you some tips on how to build a preset collection and what to avoid when you do. There are no hard rules for this, and everybody does it differently, but you may want to use some best practices to make your new preset collection easy to understand and use.

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$10,000 Photography Giveaway is Online

Our great friends and partners over at 5DayDeal are warming up slowly for the 2017 Complete Photography Bundle that starts in less than a week. What better way to do this than to open a huge giveaway event. :)

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How to Organize Your Lightroom Presets

Lightroom presets are a great way to store the editing work you put into one image and apply it to another, similar image. But when you start creating your own presets, it is easy to create a complete mess as the number and variety of your presets tend to grow quickly.

In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to organize them properly right from the start to keep everything tidy and useful.