Photo And Video Editor:
Editing movies takes some expertise, but anyone can learn to expertly edit a movie. You've got to know how to use both the software and the hardware video and photo editor, using elements like the timeline, the preview window, and the collection window to help you along your way. Then you can start slicing and moving your sequences around to form the story you want to tell. If you put enough effort into free photo video editor, you'll be making professional-looking video editor with photo in no time at all.
HDR or High Dynamic Range is the ability to capture the full luminance spectrum of the real-world. This is extremely difficult to achieve and is usually reserved for movies, special effects and some other specialty photography. What’s marvelous about Photoshop, is that you can photograph a subject (multiple times at varying exposures) and then merge the images to create a single HDR image. Here’s how you execute the process…
There’s a technique that photographers use to create a zoom blur in their photographs; this is usually done by manually zooming the lens as quickly as possible while taking the photo. It’s hard to get right, so in Photoshop there’s a quick and easy way to obtain that same zoom blur effect that sports photographers have mastered.
You might have noticed that under certain conditions, the image acquired with your DSLR has far too much information, thus creating noise and digital artifacts that mar your photo. This is particularly an issue when you're shooting at night and/or with a high ISO in other low-light conditions... it's the downside of attempting to capture an image when the exposure latitude (the difference between the lightest and darkest section) is wide. So Photoshop has the ability, when properly applied, to eliminate a tremendous amount of that noise. Here are a few methods to do it.