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‘Images: From Grains to Pixels’

Kameradare camera club has launched “Images: From Grains to Pixels,” a photo exhibit at the Solaire Resort Manila. Philippine Airlines pilot Jun Dangoy, who is…

Shown in photo during the assessment activity are (from left): Ian Gabriel Barrozo, Annabelle Barrozo, Bernard Gonzales, Roberto Ambagan, assessor Alexis Rillera, TESDA representative April Andrade, PMAC future assessor Maridel Teves, Jam Ramos, Domingo Herras, PMAC venue manager Pablo Beltran.

Competency Assessment in Photography

The Photoworld Manila Assessment Center (PMAC) recently conducted its first Competency Assessment in Photography NCII, facilitated by lead assessor, Alexis Rillera, a multimedia arts/digital imaging…

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Timeless Images

By Maan D’Asis Pamaran Life is in constant motion and it is the photographer’s duty to capture one single moment from among the minutes that…

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Readers’ Photo Corner

By Raffy Paredes Here are today’s featured readers and their photos. Aeron John Gesmundo Remorin, a senior high school student of the Laguna State Polytechnic…

Lolo takes the last hit of his smoke before flicking it off and getting back to chopping vegetables.

Magic of Wonder

By Maan D’Asis Pamaran Iloilo is famous for its soul-satisfying cuisine and friendly people, making it one of the top destinations in the Visayas region.…

FIG. 1. In the Levels dialog box (1), there are 3 sliders: A for the black point at left, C for the white point at right, and B in the middle for the midtone or gray point; you can move them. The histogram above represents a typical underexposed image. You can move C to the end of the histogram (2) to improve exposure. The corrected image will show the histogram at (3) where the black point and the white point are at the extremes, meaning, optimum contrast.

Cropping, Levels: First Steps in Photoshop

By Chris Malinao Admittedly, Photoshop is a beast. It’s hard to learn, hard to use— true— if you’re just beginning. But you need/want to use…