RECENT POSTS IN Photoshop
Stop Motion Animations For Photographers
Stop motion isn’t just for Tim Burton films, they can be a great addition to your photography offerings! Wedding photographer Justin Ho shares how to make cinema-graphs in Photoshop and why he loves incorporating them into his client galleries.
25 Photoshop TIPS AND TRICKS (must know!) From TutVid (Nathaniel Dodson)
Learn all about brush smoothing, rubber band tricks, hidden sliders, hidden views, tricks to make healing easier, and much more in this Photoshop tutorial!
Retouching Toolkit 3.1 Review – A Near Perfect Extension For Adobe Photoshop Retouchers
The latest update to the Retouching Toolkit brings some incredible addons, (like the new color wheel), and powerful scripts to an already impressive and full customizable set of tools.
Lose the Glare! 3 Simple Steps to Cleaning Up Those Blinding Glares in Eyeglasses!
What do you do when the person you’re shooting is wearing glasses and you’ve caught some reflections and glare in the lens? Fortunately there is a relatively simple way to deal with this in Adobe Photoshop so your portrait can shine without that distracting glare.
How To Cure Age Spots With The Dodge & Burn Reverse Time Machine!
Portraits of seniors can serve as great examples of celebrating the experience of those folks who have lived life well….
5 Beginner Steps to Create a Great Composite in Photoshop
A quick and simple tutorial to understand the seemingly complex process of composite photography.
3 Ways To Remove Backgrounds In Photoshop
There is bound to come a time when an ability to create accurate masks around your subject and replacing a background will come in handy, Here’s 3 ways to do it.
Down & Dirty Dodge And Burn Technique Using ‘Blend If’
Blend If is a highly undervalued tool in Photoshop. I use it on a daily basis for lots of different things and by the end of this article, you will too.