FAUX LONG EXPOSURE with Photoshop #78

Written by: Glyn Dewis

Published: May 29, 2015

Category: Videos

Hi Everyone

Ok so for the latest episode of my weekly Photography, Photoshop and Lightroom Show (now at episode 78) I’m handing over to my good friend and insanely talented Photographer John G. Moore.

I spent last weekend up in Glasgow, Scotland with John filming and talking through some future projects and managed to convince him that he needs to share some of what he does and how he does it with you all. So, over the coming weeks John will be adding content to his own YouTube Channel but for today, as a kind of intro he’s recorded a technique that he uses in Photoshop to add more drama to the skies in his pictures that mimics that of a long exposure.

It’s a great technique, really quick to apply and makes a huge difference, so I just had to get him to record it.

Enjoy!

•Check out John G Moore online at johngmoore.com 

Also check out this video from John showing an overview of how he processes black & whites fast using his own presets; a great way for clients to see at the time of the shoot an idea of how the image will be processed…

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