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How to use the Graduated Filter Tool

How to use the Graduated Filter Tool

This post was updated on July 18th, 2021What is a Graduated Filter? There are two types of filters in photography. You will find filters with the same strength across the entire Filter and filters where the full effect gradually builts up. In the first group, you will find Natural Density, Polarization, and Color Filters, among others. The second group is the Graduated Filters and Reversed Graduated Filters. While the first group can come as both screw-in round filters and rectangular

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How to straighten photos

How to straighten photos

This post was updated on February 27th, 2021Buttons and Sliders in the Straighten Section The Straighten Tool is located in the lower part of the Crop and Straighten Tool. Let’s have a look at the buttons and sliders in the Crop and Straighten Tool’s Straighten Section. The Angle Tool looking like a spirit level placed within an old railway station clock on the left side. Don’t let this full circle clock-looking tool mislead you. You can only change the angle

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Customizing the Grid Overlay

Customizing the Grid Overlay

This post was updated on January 16th, 2021Grid Overlay Settings You may already have noticed that, once you access the Crop Overlay Tool, your image not only gets a frame overlay with handles but a Grid Overlay too. Of course, this only happens if you do not deactivate your Grid in the first place. In the following paragraphs we will look into how to customize this Overlay in different ways. How to enable/disable the Grid Overlay In the bottom left

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How to add Grain with the Effects Panel

How to add Grain with the Effects Panel

This post was updated on September 3rd, 2020What is Grain? Grain is a small structure of silver halide, the primary photosensitive substance of the analog film, that becomes visible in enlargements. Opposed to the noise of digital photographs, which is a type of visual distortion created by signal enhancements due to high ISO values or positive Exposure correction in post-processing, Grain is a characteristic of analog film. Of course, with the introduction of digital cameras, the Grain created in analog

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