Posts from Category: "Post Production"

How to Make Instagram Filters in Photoshop: Amaro & Mayfair

With over 100 million users worldwide on both iOS and Android devices, Instagram’s success as a mobile platform and social network is clear to see. These days, it has an expanded web presence, so there are more opportunities than ever to show off your photography skills. Instagram’s 20 filters that fit a handy app are a great playground for photographers to have fun with their images.

If you want to create high-quality, post-edited images, you should use some editing software for it, not a mobile app. For instance, you can use Photoshop to recreate some Instagram filters. Read more...

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Do you remember the awesome design bundles from InkyDeals? We told you before that InkyDeals is one of the leading deals websites in the design community, with a devoted community of more than 300,000 design enthusiasts.


Whenever an awesome deal appears on Inky Deals, we share it with the Photodoto audience, so that you never miss interesting and useful stuff. Today is no exception. Here's the biggest and the greatest design deal in history which can be yours for an unbelievably low price! Read more...

Lightroom Presets That You Have to Have at Any Cost

Photo editing has never been so easy as it is these days. The web offers you tons of Lightroom presets and Photoshop actions to add some cool effects to your images by pressing just one button! Lightroom presets are a fantastic tool that can help to automate your workflow and to add creativity to your photo library, no matter if you're a newbie or experienced professional.


If you decide to play around with Lightroom presets, however, you don’t feel like spending hundreds of dollars purchasing them or dozens of hours developing them. I’d like to offer you a quick and simple solution - check out our $9.99 Photodoto Lightroom presets that are worth every cent you spend on them! Read more...

How To Make A Cinemagraph for Photoshop Newbies

A cinemagraph is "more than a photo, but not quite a video." Or at least that's how Supermodel Coco Rocha summed them up.

Photo by Kevin Burg and Jamie Beck

Photo by Kevin Burg and Jamie Beck

Technically, a cinemagraph is just a GIF or a Graphics Interchange Format. Basically, a short, animated file that is everywhere online these days. You've probably seen them on Tumblr, Reddit or 4Chan. Maybe you even remember them when they were blowing up on Myspace (or is that just this guy :). Read more...

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