You May Think It's New, but it's Not: Layering
20 days ago - By Photo Cascadia
Occasionally, someone will look at my images and ask, “Are these Photoshopped?” I take this to mean, how much has the image been manipulated. I often answer that I use Photoshop and Adobe Camera Raw to process my images and leave it at that. Part of using Photoshop in post-processing may be to combine two or three images where I may have shot one for the correct exposure in the sky and one for correct exposure on the land and then combine them in layers for one correct exposure. This isn't new, manipulating images is as old as photography.
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