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Plugs-N-Pixels ezine, Using Plug-ins to Create Apocalypse End of the World Photo

by on May.15, 2012, under digital photography education, iCorrect EditLab Pro, Photoshop plug-ins

iCorrect EditLab Pro is the first plug-in used to create Apocalypse photo
Mike Bedford’s, Plugs-N-Pixels, new ezine mentions iCorrect EditLab Pro in an article entitled “Apocalypse, Create the end of the world using plug-ins“. Mike takes the reader through the process of using his favorite plug-ins; PictoColor’s iCorrect EditLab Pro, Topaz Adjust 5 and Lens Effects, Knoll Light Factory, and Mister Retro’s Retrographer, to create a special effects Apocalypse photo from a generic  tourist shot of downtown Los Angeles.

Mike Bedford's Plug-N-Pixels ezine

First step is to color correct the photo using iCorrect Editlab Pro Plug-in
Mike writes, “When I begin my creative Photoshop projects I like to start with a color-corrected base image, such as this long-lens shot I took from Griffith Observatory looking south toward downtown Los Angeles (yes, that is the infamous smog blanket…). The easiest way to make this color adjustment is to use the iCorrect EditLab Pro plug-in. You launch the plug-in from Photoshop and literally make one click on a neutral area in the image, and the correction is made! Of course you can make further adjustments, but often the first result is a big improvement.”

There is a great article on iCorrect EditLab Pro on the Plugs-N-Pixel website.  http://www.plugsandpixels.com/icorrecteditlabpro.html

You can download the Apocalpse ezine and back editions at Mike Bedford’s Plugs-N-Pixels website

Wayne www.pictocolor.com

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