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3 Uses for the Radial Filter Tool in Lightroom 5

3 Uses for the Radial Filter Tool in Lightroom 5 | Image Effects, Filters, Masks and Other Image Processing Methods | Scoop.it

One of the most powerful new tools in Lightroom 5 is the Radial Filter tool.

Let's face it, Lightroom's post-crop vignette leaves a lot to be desired, especially if you want your vignetting effect to be applied a bit off-center, allowing you to draw focus towards your subject.

Kitty Fisher's insight:

The desired effect is exactly what this tool gives you. In the case of the hummingbird, the little bit of vignetting that you can create achieves a mystical, old time photo.

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How To Create a Colorful Fluoro Duotone Photo Effect

How To Create a Colorful Fluoro Duotone Photo Effect | Image Effects, Filters, Masks and Other Image Processing Methods | Scoop.it

In today's Photoshop tutorial we're heading straight back to the 80s to play with vibrant fluoro colours. It has become a popular trend to convert the colours of modern day photographs into oversaturated fluorescent style hues to create intense sensual images. In this tutorial I'll show you how to quickly recreate this duotone effect, then we'll take the design to the next level with some additional tweaks.

Kitty Fisher's insight:

Overly saturated tones, you thought that was for the 80's, well not any more. This sort of style has come back for it's flair in fashion and eye catching colors.

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Phoenix Photo Editor. It's No Snapseed, But It's Close | Cult of Mac

Phoenix Photo Editor. It's No Snapseed, But It's Close | Cult of Mac | Image Effects, Filters, Masks and Other Image Processing Methods | Scoop.it

  You’re going to love Phoenix Photo Editor from the second you launch it. After a neat but not-too-long launch animation, you get straight into your photo library, with oversized thumbnails that let you actually see what the photos contains before choosing to load it.

Kitty Fisher's insight:

Phoenix Editor, may not be Snapseed but it does hold its own against the main photo editor. It is free so giving it a shot, may not be such a bad thing to consider.

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