Fine art photography: what you need to shoot amazing photo projects at home

    | Photography Tips | 16/01/2013 11:56am
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    Best Photoshop treatments for fine art photography

    Best Photoshop treatments for fine art photography: grains and texture

    Grain & texture
    Adding texture, grain or blur effects will set off your fine art images and make them stand out from a traditionally post-produced picture. Download and use some of our free Photoshop textures and get creative!

     

    Best Photoshop treatments for fine art photography: square crop

    Square crop
    Traditionally fine art was always shot on large or medium format cameras, so choose a square crop to emulate the past masters. A square crop instantly lends an artistic feel and shouts out fine art.

     

    Best Photoshop treatments for fine art photography: toning

    Toning
    A great way to boost the fine art feel is to use mono toning techniques. Whether it’s an old style sepia tone, a cool blue or a retro yellow, experimenting with colour tones will help give that important arty impact.

    PAGE 1: What makes great fine art photography?
    PAGE 2: Essential gear for shooting fine art photography at home?
    PAGE 3: Best props to use for your fine art still lifes
    PAGE 4: Best Photoshop treatments for fine art photography

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