Tag Archive: photoshop

The Secret Location in the North

Watching the snow season behind those shells… Advertisements

Before Composting

Gathering ingredients of compost fertilizer, I’ve felt an attachment to fallen leaves of persimmon tree. For a second I decided to save them from decomposition; those with bright vivid colors. However, they become more beautiful if they… Continue reading

Polaris of Desert

This is a composition of 244 photos in Adobe Photoshop 14.0. I took them last year in Maranjab Desert, right before the moonrise.

Blooming in Macro-Wide Angle

I’m bored with macro captures recently, so I tried a new style: composition of a macro and wide-angle into one image. This one is blended with “Soft Light” mode in Adobe Photoshop 14.0.

Salt Lake in the Sky

I just fall in love with texture of the lake.

Tar Lake

This photo cost me an engine of vehicle! Cuz’ it completely broke in the way back to home…

Milad’s Sunset: Exposure Stacking

As I watched the glorious album by Iranain Photographer, Morteza Safataj, I tried his technique to make this photo. It’s taken by Canon 6D: EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM and processed in… Continue reading

Pipes Over the Boiler

Playing with blending mode in Adobe Photoshop…

Jameh Mosque of Isfahan B199L1D

Another composite using lighten mode… any feedback?  

Shirvan Dareh B100L

I’m working on time-lapse materials that we collected last year to make some composites. This is the one we took from a lake near Sabalan peak, in Shirvan valley. I’ve blended 100 stacks… Continue reading

Experiments in noise reduction

Hi folks, it’s been a while I didn’t publish anything. I’ve been in holidays, went to some trips and slept a lot (I need that)! However, I do photography a lot. And do… Continue reading

Inspiration on Hamid Janipour’s exhibition

Last night I went to Atbin gallery to watch the latest works of Hamid Janipour, Iranian photographer. Technically, he has blended two or more photo layers in Photoshop. The Idea was blending Paintings… Continue reading