Author Archives: Jimmy
Introducing color tones to an image is a simple process in Exposure. The controls are intuitive, easy to control, and fun to play around with. Toning effects mirror the behavior of color-toning chemicals used during the days of darkroom photography. It’s … Continue reading
Frank Doorhof continues his discussion on using colors and tinting in photography. This article is the second in a two part series. Part one is here. — The Instagram crowd will routinely take mediocre images, pass them through a psychedelic kaleidoscope, … Continue reading
Here are our selections from the Alien Skin Flickr group for the week. Thanks for sharing, everyone!
Zach Sutton wrote a terrific review of Exposure 5 over on Fstoppers.com. He won a copy of the software from a photo contest by Peter Nguyen. Zach wanted to answer the question, “Is Exposure 5 the must-have plug-in that Exposure 4 … Continue reading
Frank Doorhof is a Kelby Training Instructor. He teaches numerous photography workshops and speaks at events like Photoshop World in Las Vegas. Frank has written for the blog before. Check out his article about tinting. Frank is back on the blog with … Continue reading
Steve Dreyer wrote a detailed review of Exposure 5 for the upcoming September/October issue of Photo Technique magazine. It will be available on newsstands soon. He gave us a taste of the review in his preview article a few weeks … Continue reading
Tony shares his opinions on the new version of Exposure in the article below. Thanks Tony! —- Exposure 5 is smokin’! The presets are outstanding; they can be infinitely adjusted and can be saved as personalized presets. The UI is easily … Continue reading