I’m a huge fan of very long and in-depth educational videos on YouTube. People keep going on about how “5-7 minutes is the ideal length!”. Well, no, not for me it isn’t. I love watching long videos. And this is a good one. Presented by retoucher Conny Wallstrom, this hour and a quarter long video teaches you everything you would ever need to know about how frequency separation works.
A Free Photoshop Panel For Hassle Free Facebook Perfection
Many of us photographers are using Facebook on a daily basis. It is quite a brilliant tool both for sharing photos and doing some marketing. It is free(ish) and extremely widespread .
Sadly, facebook still has a major issue – especially for the ones who using it to showcase their work – Image quality.
Facebook applies some heavy compression to uploaded pictures. Maybe it’s because over 90% of these images are cell phones snapshots of cats, babies and cars (or sometimes all combined). I guess facebook does not really have a choice when it comes to managing such a big amount of “cute” images. They have to compress them. Sadly, they also do it with our pieces of art.
You can find a few tips to improve the quality online, some better than others. The topic “Facebook messing up images” is incredibly omnipresent.
A few days ago I discovered a new tool for managing the quality of facebook uploads and wanted to share it.
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