Latest Tutorials

  1. Simulating Shallow Depth of Field

    Posted by kasrak on Jan 7, 2007

    Shooting with consumer digicams and their associated small imaging sensors makes it difficult to achieve a shallow depth of field. Sometimes you really want shallow depth of field to isolate a subject against a blurred background.

  2. Creating Virtual Mats and Frames

    Posted by kasrak on Jan 7, 2007

    Although real mats and frames are much preferred, there is the occasional time when you want to add some ornamental embellishment around a photo that will be displayed on a monitor. This tutorial shows you how extreme you can get if you are serious about it!

  3. Texturing Images

    Posted by kasrak on Jan 7, 2007

    Here is a short tutorial on giving your photos a matte (or any other) texture.

  4. Simple Vignetting

    Posted by kasrak on Jan 7, 2007

    In this tutorial I'll show you how to simulate a vignette effect in your photograph. The term vignetting is typically heard in conjunction with lens hoods and wide angle lenses. If a lens hood is used with the wrong kind of lens it causes a light falloff at the corners of the frame the resulting image appears darker in the corners.

  5. Simulating Fog

    Posted by kasrak on Jan 7, 2007

    Learn how to create fog or clouds to add to your own photographs.

  6. Simulating Infrared Photography

    Posted by kasrak on Jan 7, 2007

    In this tutorial I'll show you how to simulate black and white infrared film. Infrared film is sensitive to both ultraviolet and infrared wavelength light.

  7. Removing Dark Noise

    Posted by kasrak on Jan 7, 2007

    Learn a fast and effective technique for removing hot pixels (dark current noise) from nighttime and long exposure digital camera images.

  8. Creating a Neutral Density Filter

    Posted by kasrak on Jan 7, 2007

    In this tutorial I'll show you how to create a "digital" neutral density (ND) filter for your image in The GIMP. These filters have the effect of reducing the exposure over part of the image being taken in either a graduated or abruptly graduated (split) way.

  9. Removing Haze

    Posted by kasrak on Jan 7, 2007

    Here's a simple technique you can use to improve (if not eliminate) problem haze of both varieties in your photographs.

  10. Sampling Toned Images

    Posted by kasrak on Jan 7, 2007

    Wondering how difficult it is to do your own sepia, platinum, silver, cyanotype, duotones, tritones, quadtones or <insert your favorite> toning in the digital darkroom? Here's how!

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