Black Magic of Adobe Photoshop Elements || Photo Editing Tips

In January we had posted about amazing controls of Adobe Camera Raw dialog in Editor. Today we are sharing some examples of images changed using Sometime back, we had posted about amazing controls of Adobe Camera Raw dialog in Editor. Today we are sharing some examples of images changed using "Blacks" control in this dialog. If you have missed the old post, check it out @ ACR and check out the next part of this post after that.

Read this post to know when this magic can be applied ???


1. Do you have any photograph where main subject is well exposed but photograph looks dull and colors are not very interesting?

2. Have you ever felt after a photo-shoot that other elements in a photographs are distracting or destroying the composition?
Here are few real-time examples with my photographs. 

I was out for a trip with my friends and clicked some casual photographs in the resort. When I came back and downloaded all photographs there was nothing impressive in any of the photograph and there was one photograph of my favorite flower in that resort. So top photograph is the one I had ...


... and after playing with BLACKS in ACR dialog final Photograph is :

In January we had posted about amazing controls of Adobe Camera Raw dialog in Editor. Today we are sharing some examples of images changed using

After some days there was Flower-Show near my office and my group went there for a photo-shoot.... We got great shots there. Now I had following image with lot of distraction around main flowers.. I used BLACKS again to hide these elements to get better results...

In January we had posted about amazing controls of Adobe Camera Raw dialog in Editor. Today we are sharing some examples of images changed using

Final results after applying BLACKS and a frame in black :)

In January we had posted about amazing controls of Adobe Camera Raw dialog in Editor. Today we are sharing some examples of images changed using



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