Welcome to PSKiss BlackMagic – the complete black and white digital darkroom inside Adobe Lightroom. BlackMagic presets create outstanding results for almost any lighting conditions! This unique set of Lightroom presets and brushes, is designed to convert color photos to Black & White, while keeping the tonal range as wide as possible. They were designed with […]

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We recently received a very interesting mail message from photographer Mark Mortensen (http://www.markmortensen.com). Mark uses our Cross Camera Color profiles when developing his Nikon D700 and Nikon D7000 NEF files. Mark said that he has noticed that when he set the camera calibration of the D7000 in Lightroom, to match the D3 Standard profile, he got […]

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A free step-by-step tutorial directly from the developer’s desk // Nir Kaufman Intro All the filters in PSKiss Toolkits, create the result image on a separate layer. This fact should encourage you to try some extreme settings… I call this technique – Process And Withdrawal or simply: PAW. The principle is simple: Use the full […]

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Welcome to PSKiss Photogram Installation Guide. Installing the toolkit – Macintosh* and Windows XP * Important notice for Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion) users – update Adobe Extensions Manager BEFORE you install PSKiss Photogram using this link: http://blogs.adobe.com/cssdk/2011/12/fix-for-extension-signature-bug-on-mac-os-10-7-patch-posted.html Quit Photoshop if it is running Extract the .zip file you downloaded from PSKiss Shop Double-click on […]

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The Secrets of the Photographer’s ToolBox Some secrets and tips directly from the developer’s desk // by Nir Kaufman In real life, we usually don’t treat people as products. However, when using PSKiss Photographer’s Toolbox, I encourage you to give it a try… First, a few words about the techniques behind the scripts: The “Product […]

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About cameras, formats and smart tips… My first digital camera was Canon Digital Rebel aka Canon EOS 300D. The price was reasonable, for $999 including the kit lens, with 6.3 MP and frame rate of 3 frames per second, it was a very good value for money, back in 2003. The camera was purchased in a photography shop […]

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Welcome to PSKiss Photographer’s ToolBox Installation Guide. Photoshop CC 2015 Installation: Download the ZXPInstaller that fits you OS (Windows or Macintosh) and install it on your computer Unzip the file PSKiss Photographers ToolBox.zip   Quit Photoshop if it is running. Launch the ZXPInstaller Drag the file  “pskiss-photographers-toolbox.zxp” to the ZXPInstaller window: When the installation is […]

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Welcome to PSKiss Outdoor Photography Toolkit Installation Guide. Photoshop CC 2015 (and higher) Installation: Download the ZXPInstaller that fits you OS (Windows or Macintosh) and install it on your computer Unzip the file PSKiss Outdoor Photography Toolkit 2014.zip Quit Photoshop if it is running. Launch the ZXPInstaller Drag the file  “pskiss-outdoor-toolkit-2014.zxp” to the ZXPInstaller window: […]

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Welcome to PSKiss Portrait Photography Toolkit Installation Guide. Photoshop CC 2015 Installation: Download the ZXPInstaller that fits you OS (Windows or Macintosh) and install it on your computer Unzip the file PSKiss Portrait Photography Toolkit.zip   Quit Photoshop if it is running. Launch the ZXPInstaller Drag the file  “pskiss-portrait-toolkit.zxp” to the ZXPInstaller window: When the […]

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Welcome to PSKiss Product Photography Toolkit Installation Guide. Photoshop CC 2015 Installation: Download the ZXPInstaller that fits you OS (Windows or Macintosh) and install it on your computer Unzip the file PSKiss Product Photography Toolkit.zip Quit Photoshop if it is running. Launch the ZXPInstaller Drag the file  “pskiss-product-toolkit.zxp” to the ZXPInstaller window: When the installation […]

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Welcome to PSKiss Portrait Photography Toolkit step-by-step free tutorial After you installed and opened the panel in Photoshop, you are ready to start working on your portraits Working in “Button Mode” All you need to do once the panel is visible, is to click on buttons. It’s truly that simple. Each button in the panel […]

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