Bren Ryan is back to teach us how to edit autumn colours photography with Texture Effects 2! Check out how she gave this image a pop of color with this subtle, yet dramatic edit. Learn how she edited her beautiful autumn colours photography in just 5-10 minutes with this quick tutorial!
Whether it be an oil painting, watercolor or work of mixed media, find out how you can transform your photo into a stunning work of digital art using the available tools in Topaz Labs. Read on to discover eight different ways to spark your creative workflow.
Here is a useful trick for selectively placing stars or light sources in Topaz Star Effects. This application will allow you to have the freedom to place the ‘light’ wherever you want within the application. Normally when a photo is brought into Star Effects, a brushed on white spot or naturally occurring light source cannot be changed or moved around once it is applied. This tutorial will allow you to create a star that can easily be placed anywhere in the image!
- Location: Schwabacher’s Landing, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming
- Equipment: Nikon D800 wwith a 14-24 MM lens. This is a 5 image HDR, processed in Photoshop HDR Pro. F13 @ ISO 400 +1 +2 & -1 -2
In this tutorial, Joanne West shows how to edit an image using the dynamic sliders and masking technique in Topaz Clarity.
by Joanne West
This is one of my favorite structures in Mariposa County, CA, an area abound with beautiful old barns. I have photographed this red barn in every way possible: front, back and side-to-side. This particular image is being used for the tutorial because it adds some complexity with the fence. I wanted to make the barn “p0p” while keeping the background and foreground in its original state. Easier said than done unless you are using Topaz Clarity!