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In Photoshop, can you isolate a particular color range and make it richer?

Most image processing applications, including Photoshop, have tools known variously as 'Hue-Saturation-Luminance', 'Hue-saturation-Brightness', or 'Hue-Saturation-Value' which allow users to adjust ...
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Why does the image get bluish and not yellowish when I shift the color temperature to a lower K?

When you slide the color temperature on your camera (or image editing software) up to 10000K you don't actually change the very cool blue/white light in the real world to make it more orange. You ...
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Why does the image get bluish and not yellowish when I shift the color temperature to a lower K?

Because the color temperature that you give in photo editing is the assumed color temperature of the light source used for the original picture. With a low temperature light source the colors are ...
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Can I batch process Nikon RAW (.nef) files to make them look like the camera's jpg compression?

IrfanView can batch convert Raw files for you to any format you would want, using a GUI. I shoot deliberately in raw, and my photography routine is follows: download the photos from the camera copy ...
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How does Daniel Kordan achieve this perspective in his images?

It is possible to achieve that same effect without much editing and retouching. As long as the landscape permits, you can do one of two things: First Image: If there is a lot of space between the ...
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