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Learn the intricacies of how light falls on the human face and five different methods to shape and enhance it in Photoshop. We cover dodging and burning, skin coloring, advanced sharpening, adding realistic makeup, and more.

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Shooting later in the day gives you the opportunity to add a warm “sunset Style” to your image in Photoshop. In today’s episode we show you how to Color your image to give it that warm “sunset” feel.

 

The white Background has become a standard in the photography world and for good reasons. You can pick up a white seamless background for less than $100, turning any space into a photo studio.

 

Skin color tends to change from one part of the body to another. In this tutorial, learn how to analyze color and correct skin tones to match other areas of a photo.

 

Photoshop Actions are created by manually performing a series of steps and recording them in an ATN file. You can replay those steps on any image by hitting the play button in the action dialog.

 

The Liquify Tool is one of the most powerful image editing Tools in Photoshop. It will allow you to “push and pull” pixels any way you’d like.

 

In today’s episode we show you how to add fish to an image of a girl in a bathtub. The Compositing process is simple as long as you keep in mind how Color, Light and Depth work.

 

Here’s a quick tip for making colors pop in Photoshop. This technique is perfect for a photo that is dominated by one or two Colors, especially if those Colors are complimentary.

 

There are many things that go into making an image appear vintage in Photoshop and this episode Highlights all the techniques you may need to make your photos look aged. In this episode, we’ll show you how to create a Vintage photo in Photoshop.

 

If you’re wondering how to replace a sky in Photoshop, choosing the correct sky to Composite into your photo is the most important step in Compositing a sky. There are a few different factors you will want to keep in mind when looking for a new sky.

 

Learn how to properly save and export your images so they display perfectly on the Web and allow for easy changes later.

 

We have found that learning a few Tools will allow you to do 90% of your Photo Editing. Here’s what they are!

 

These are the proper settings and preferences to get Photoshop working well.

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Just as a painter may turn his canvas for an easier brush stroke, turn your image for easier editing! This is especially useful when using a pen and tablet.

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Need to get precise? Zoom in! Images are getting more and more detailed as new cameras are released, so zoom in and get to the details.

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The Quick Mask Tool is great whenever you are working with selection tools. It helps clearly define what you do and do not have selected.

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Add creative and artistic effects to your images using the Filter Gallery.

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Save yourself the hassle of trying to eyeball it and use The Alignment Tool. You can even align objects within the confines of a selection.

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Rounding the corners of a rectangle can give you a much softer look that’s easier on the eye. Great for creating buttons or icons, we’ll teach you all the ways to use this versatile shape.

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Not happy with the changes you made? Go back in time using History. Photoshop records all of your actions and allows you to go back to previous versions of your image.

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In this episode we show you how to turn a photo into a magazine cover by integrating the “V” Logo with the subject.

 

A double Exposure is traditionally done using a film camera by taking two different photos on the same Exposure of film. The images will combine in unique ways, giving you the “double exposure” effect.

 

Learn to make perfect selections of shapes with straight edges like architecture, products, and landscapes. Master the tool that has the precision of the Marquee Tool and the flexibility of the Lasso Tool!

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The Polygon Tool allows you to create a shape with as many sides as you want. Best of all, they are vector based objects, so they can be scaled up and down without losing quality.

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Learn to use the Patch Tool to replace minor blemishes and distractions or use it to duplicate any object or area in your photos.

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