Photoshop 201
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Jul 08 Color, Photoshop
Why You Need Pure White If you have ever photographed someone on a “white” backdrop only to find the white came out more of a gray you know why this episode is so important. An image with pure white edges will fade perfectly onto most websites but how do y...
Changing Hair Color in Photoshop There are many reasons why you may want to change hair color in Photoshop. Perhaps your subject has recently dyed their hair and it doesn’t look natural. Perhaps you want to see what you would look like with dark hair. Changi...
Base Color and Highlight Color When changing the color of an object in Photoshop there are ways to change the base color and the highlight color, we go over each of those methods in this episode. Today we are changing the color of a car from blue to green. Car...
Creating Dust in Photoshop In today’s episode we create dust from scratch in Photoshop using a custom brush. The key to creating “dust” is to make particles that seem completely random. Using a custom brush is a great way to create dust because it will t...
How to Draw Attention to Your Subject in Photoshop Photographing a subject on a blank (seamless) backdrop is very common in the studio and will give you a nice clean look. Sometimes you may find yourself wanting to add some interest to the backdrop in Photosho...
Correcting Skin Tones Getting your white balance exactly right can be tricky. If you are on the cool side your subjects will look a bit too blue making them look a bit lifeless. We show you a quick method using Color Balance to correct skin tones and get a ni...
It’s time to correct red skin captured in your images quickly. One of the problems you will encounter when photographing people is skin redness. It usually shows up around the nose, close to the eyes and on the cheeks. Skin that looks too red can make pe...
Add Some Electricity to Your Images with Step and Repeat Patterns The step and repeat command is one of the coolest secrets Photoshop has to offer. You won’t need this feature every time you open Photoshop, but when you are creating patterns, there is no bet...
Using the Splatter Brush; In Part II of this tutorial we show you how to put the splatter brush (created in Part 1) to good use. By painting on a layer that is clipped to the subject layer and adjusting our settings in the Blend If dialogue we are able to have...
Mar 12 Color, Photoshop
Cutting Out Your Subject: In this episode we teach you how to use the pen tool to cut your subject out of their background. The pen tool is a vital part of Photoshop and is used to create accurate selections. Custom Brush Click Here t to Download the Splatter ...
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