Photoshop Elements and Cross Camera Color

Photoshop Elements’ Camera Raw develop window is a limited version of its “big sister’s” ACR window. Among other things, it also lacks the ability to save presets. That’s a pity however, there is a workaround for that… Lets say you prefer a certain color profile and you want to reproduce this particular look, on a number of

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Create your own Cross Camera Lightroom preset

When working with a large number of photos, using Lightroom presets increases productivity. Lets say you prefer a certain color profile and you want to reproduce this particular look, on a lot of photos. First, we recommend that you get your camera’s Cross Camera Color DNG Profile pack. Check out the supported camera list*. After

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A moment of gratification

Receiving this kind of a mail message from a customer, is worth EVERYTHING! All the ups and downs, all the small failures, all the effort, all the occasional disappointments… They all disappear when read this: “Hi Tal, That has worked, thank you so much. I am a fan of PSKISS, I have viveda and pixelbender

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Cross Camera Color – Profile Installation

To install PSKiss Cross Camera Color DNG Profiles: 1. Extract the .zip file. 2. Select all profile files and copy them to: Mac OS X: Macintosh HD /Library/Application Support/Adobe/CameraRaw/CameraProfiles Windows XP: C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Adobe\CameraRaw\CameraProfiles Windows Vista C:\Users\All Users\AppData\Local\Adobe\CameraRaw\CameraProfiles Windows 7: C:\ProgramData\Adobe\CameraRaw\CameraProfiles * 3. Launch Photoshop Lightroom or Adobe Camera Raw PSKiss Cross Camera

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Cross Camera Color – QuickStart Guide

You shoot with a Canon camera but like Nikon Colors every once in a while? You shoot with a Nikon camera and really love Leica colors? Do you really love another camera’s colors but can’t afford it? Don’t want to buy another camera just for its colors? No problem! PSKiss lets you use any camera

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Removing Digital Noise

One the most annoying effects in digital photography is “digital noise” – those unwanted colored spots that appears on the image. Here is a quick way to get rid of it: Go to Filter > Blur > Gaussian Blur and drag the slider until the noise is blurred. Don’t exaggerate… You don’t want to get a

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Using History Wisely

One of the major benefits of PSKiss Photoshop Filter Suite filters is that they all use the History panel, so you can always change your mind, whether you approve or cancel the filter’s operation. Open the image you want to edit and choose the filter you need (in this example we used PSKiss Appear). Now,

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