We all get very excited clicking here and there, imagining how wonderful the costumes would come out in our pictures, how proud we would be of our prints, how exotic the dancers would look.
All the excitement and hopes soon fade away as soon as we get the prints- unfortunately. This is because we tend to get so caught up in the moment that
in most cases, all we have are snapshots.
So how do you make your snaphots into a great photo?
To learn more, go to the next page...
Step 1: File downloads and photoshop shortcut keys.
Some of the tools that I have used in this tutorial:
ScreenPrint32 - I used it for screen printing. You can download free for unlimited use on their website.
Rule of Thirds - An action script from PanosFX. Download file and unzip to a folder and rename it as Photoshop Action Script so you can locate it easily for later use. (Check my tutorial on the "Rule of Third" here using this script.
Photoshop shortcut keys:
Ctrl+Alt+Shift+E - Merge visible layers into a separate layer and place it on top of the layer pallete.
- Reduce or Maximize brush diameter.
Spacebar - Panning.
B - Brush
Ctrl+Shift+I - Inverse selection.
X - Foreground and background color toggle.