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Photographer Reveals The Truth How Every Image You See Online Is Photoshopped

Photographer Reveals The Truth How Every Image You See Online Is Photoshopped
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Taking an excellent picture is so hard, expect when you're using Photoshop. Most online photographers find an easy way out with their pictures by Photoshopping them. It not only saves time and effort, but it gives you great results as well. So is Photoshop a boon or a curse? Depends on how you see this post. 

Peter Stewart, who is a well-known photographer has millions of views on his pages due to his beautiful photography. He took some sample pictures and posted the before and after Photoshop take on it. So you can finally tell the difference between an ok-ok photo and an excellent photo with the help of Photoshopped tools. 

Via Peter Stewart 

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1. A Nik Color Efex was used for the production of this one.

1. A Nik Color Efex was used for the production of this one.

HDR bracketing was blended in manually.

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2. A single image was flipped twice and then combined.

2. A single image was flipped twice and then combined.

Brightness was also increased in order to increase the fine detail.

3. Color and temperature adjustments using Adobe.

3. Color and temperature adjustments using Adobe.

4. A single exposure edit

4. A single exposure edit

5. Re-correction of perspective along with removal of power line.

5. Re-correction of perspective along with removal of power line.

And then colors were adjusted using Color Efex Pro.

6. Orange sky and gradients were done by Adobe Cameraraw.

6. Orange sky and gradients were done by Adobe Cameraraw.

Sun rays were given using Photoshop.

7. HDR bracketing manually blended by Photoshop.

7. HDR bracketing manually blended by Photoshop.

Along with color effects given by Color Efex Pro.

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8. Nik Color Efex was used to enhance the colors.

8. Nik Color Efex was used to enhance the colors.

Sky adjustments were performed using Photoshop.

9. Detailing done by Cameraraw.

9. Detailing done by Cameraraw.

Nik Color Efex used to adjust colors on the image.

10. HDR bracketing along with Color Efex for post production.

10. HDR bracketing along with Color Efex for post production.

11. Multiple exposes were blended in for this image.

11. Multiple exposes were blended in for this image.

12. Double exposures were blended in using Photoshop.

12. Double exposures were blended in using Photoshop.

Color adjustments done by Nik Color Efex Pro.

13. Adjustments done in order to add contrast and add color.

13. Adjustments done in order to add contrast and add color.

Then the image was blended into a frame with added sun glow.

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