Easily Fix A Framing Mistake With Adobe Photoshop [Video]

By |2018-01-26T21:56:34+00:00Oct 31st, 2017|

Last week, I was in New York City visiting family and attending the 2017 PhotoPlus Expo. It’s easily one of my favorite photo shows because I always have an opportunity to catch up with old friends and meet with the companies that I partner with. When I get bored of the show and need to take a break, I usually grab my camera and stroll around looking for something or someone to photograph. On one particular afternoon, I got together with Nicolesy and Karen Hutton for a photowalk around Washington Square Park. If you’ve never been there, I highly recommend it. It’s one of the most target rich locations for street photography.

One of my favorite photos that I got from the shoot was of a bicyclist who was racing around on one wheel. I panned with him and luckily got a shot that I dig but my composition was slightly off. I accidentally cut off the bottom part of his wheel. So, I figured that it’d be the perfect opportunity to share a new tutorial video on how I fixed it. Be sure to check out the Inbox Inspiration Members Area below to download the sample photo to follow along.

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2 Comments

  1. Mark S. November 3, 2017 at 2:33 pm - Reply

    Some clever ideas in this tutorial. Thanks, Brian.

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