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Although it is best to avoid noise by using a low ISO in camera, but we have some tips to remove it in Photoshop.

 

Keyboard Shortcuts are designed to save you time when working in Photoshop, and in my experience there is no better way to work in Photoshop. If you are serious about working quickly in Photoshop, start learning your keyboard shortcuts today!

 

In this episode we use a couple of different Adjustment Layers to color the image before saving it out to the Web.

 

We’ll show you how to add some awesome sun rays into your image in Photoshop, but first make sure it makes sense in your image!

 

Join us as we match Skin tones, targeting red areas of the photo matching the Color of the Skin your desired tone. We also use the Healing Brush Tool to duplicate textures, covering the stretch marks.

 

In today’s episode, we show you How to Use the Lasso Tools in Photoshop. We’re talking about the Magnetic, Standard and Polygonal Lasso Tools!

 

We start with creating a custom star brush and then play around with our brush settings to get the perfect shape and scatter for painting the stars in our sky.

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You’ll be amazed at what you can do when using the Blend If sliders. You can blend based off of information from the Layer you are on, or based off of information from the rest of the image.

 

Circles are easy to make if you let Photoshop do the work for you! Here is a quick and easy method for a perfect circle.

 

Use these tips and tricks to adjust the style hair in Photoshop.

 

We will walk you through the process of “contouring” makeup in Photoshop to enhance facial features.

 

Often times you might want to change the nail Color of your subject. Maybe you want to try a color that would better fit the overall image. We have a very simple but effective solution for you!

 

Use the Shadow/Highlights options adjust and correct dark shadows or highlights in your images. This is a very precise tool that also allows you to introduce color into the shadows or highlights as well.

 

Combining an image with Text can be a super fun and effective technique. We’ll show you how to do it and take it even further with a drop shadow.

 

Join Aaron as he creates a Holiday Card and follow along with our free template.

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Add Snowflakes to any image by learning to make your own brush or download ours for free!

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Learn how to take the first step and place art on your walls in Photoshop, so that you can visualize the final product! Use these tools to match the perspective perfectly.

 

This episode was designed for beginners, but it’s good to Brush up on your skills no matter what Level you are. Learn how to Use Hue/Saturation in Photoshop!

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Learn how to swap a person out in today’s episode! This is helpful for group shots; especially for instances such as bridal parties.

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Using Step and Repeat, you can create Patterns from scratch! And that’s exactly what you’ll learn in today’s episode. Step and Repeat is simply a series of Keyboard Shortcuts that allows an automatic repeat of shapes.

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In today’s episode, we show you how to create Custom shapes in Photoshop!

 

Use Photoshop to make an awesome animation of your images cycling through a picture frame, or in this case, someone holding a print.

 

Repeatable Patterns can be used for so many different applications. You can use a repeatable Pattern to Add Texture to your images. In our case, we used a repeatable Pattern to add a Background to our website.

 

Learn how to add the correct effects to make a realistic looking reflection in a body of water.

 

Join us in Photoshop to create an awesome magazine cover. We use a gradient to add some color, then do a bit of masking to throw our logo behind the subject.