Multiplicity Action This action creates a triple-vision effect and works well when you apply it to urban structures and geometric designs. Click to download: Multiplicity I have also created a movie to explain how the effect is achieved manually.
Everything you wanted to know about colour management from capture to output.
This fun project uses two of my own images combined with a texture I purchased from Adobe Stock. Double-Exposure is a very popular technique on social media and in commercial image making. This tutorial, however, seeks to explore a very important aspect of compositing workflows – Photoshop’s ability to hide black, grey or white makes some compositing […]
This Photoshop compositing project introduces you to a popular non-destructive compositing technique. It is used extensively in commercial advertising photography and is the same technique you see used in all of those ‘levitation’ images that are popular on social media. This is also a great technique to make the most of a single off-camera flash […]
This technique, which captures every single strand of hair, relies on you capturing an image of your subject on a background that gives you good tonal separation with the hair. This tutorial is NOT intended for changing the background behind a subject that you captured against a busy background and then decided you now want to use […]
This action pack includes a collection of 4 actions and 40 resource files for adding creative lens flare to your images. Add creative lens flare to your images in a controlled way using Photoshop and this action and image resource. Use this resource pack to create a variety of lens flare effects that look a […]
Download my Free Preset: Mark-Galer-Grading.acv To use my Curves Preset you will need to first download and unzip the preset file. Create a Curves Adjustment Layer above the image that you want to grade and then from the Curves fly-out menu choose ‘Load Curves Preset’. Lower the opacity of the Curves adjustment layer to create a more subtle effect. […]
This tutorial shows you how to leverage the power of graduated filters to balance exposure
This tutorial demonstrates how to edit an image for a dramatic final effect. The workflow explores all of the major tools available in the Develop module and will add essential skills to every photographer’s image editing tool bag.
Use the combined power of Lightroom and Photoshop CC to craft this grunge effect
In this tutorial I demonstrate the use of Graduated Filters in Lightroom to not only modify tone, but also colour temperature. As the subject brightness range (SBR) is not particularly high at the time of day that I captured theses images, I did not need to use a graduated filter in fron of the camera lens to prevent […]
This 3-minute makeover was one of three edits featured in an Adobe Australia’s Summer blog post. It uses an Auto Tone adjustment, Auto Upright (to ‘Keystone’ the image) a 16:9 crop, some added Presence and a Graduated filter before creating a Develop Snapshot. Raw file can be downloaded from my Creative Cloud: https://adobe.ly/2gPybeU Please respect my intellectual […]