Photoshop Tutorials

 

Learn how to create a shallow depth of field effect in Photoshop.

 

Today we are going to show you how to combine multiple images for exposure, removing elements, and cleaning up your images.

 

Here is How To Apply Wallpaper to Walls in Photoshop.

 

Learn how to use the Brush Tool to apply makeup in Photoshop. We create a custom brush to achieve the exact look we need.

 

These are the three major variables that go into creating a composite. To create a believable end result, the color, light, and perspective has to match as much as possible between the images you’re compositing.

 

Although it is sometimes frowned upon, the combining of multiple Exposures can really take your photos to the next Level when used in good taste.

 

Even great photos can usually be improved in Photoshop. There are some things that simply can’t be controlled during a photoshoot that end up being distractions in the final image. Let’s take a look at correcting them.

 

A student on a Death Valley photography workshop I recently taught groused, “My problem is that when I take a picture of a sand dune, it looks like a sand dune. It doesn’t look like art.”

 

In today’s episode we bring you a fun technique to change letters in photographs.

 

We’ve focused on Retouching a lot here at Phlearn, taking care of zits, applying Makeup in Photoshop, you name it. But we’ve never covered taking care of larger Scale blemishes and redness, such as rosacea or in this case red powder.

 

How to Make Your Photos Look Stunning on the Web.

 

When there is a need to replace a window in Photoshop, or bringing part of one photo into another, it is absolutely necessary that you match the colors and perspective to make it look like it belongs there.

 

Through a couple easy techniques, you can use Clipping Masks, Smart Objects, and Filters to create your very own skin textures. Add seamless skin texture to you projects.

 

Channels are great for making selections that would otherwise be very difficult to make.

 

By duplicating the layer and using a Layer Mask, we extend the wall up, but the projector still needs some work.

 

Today we’re editing an amazing self portrait by Amelia Fletcher.

 

We get a lot of people asking us what the difference is between the Healing Brush Tool and the Clone Stamp. While they both have similar uses, there is a Difference in how these Tools get the job done.

 

In this episode we discuss something that sounds extremely boring but is actually quite interesting: Light Falloff.

 

It’s always great to have shadows in your photographs to add definition, but sometimes they become too dark and Subtract from the detail in your image.

 

It can be hard to pump up the Colors in a photograph without making it look unnatural. In RGB mode, changing your Colors in Curves will also produce changes in Brightness and Exposure. To fix this, we can easily switch to LAB Mode.

 

We’ll be editing Jason’s image and showing you how to make your subject stand out better from the Background by using some simple Coloring techniques.

 

In order to make the existing Highlights in this image stand out even more, first we make the Lights and Midtones of the image darker using a Levels Adjustment Layer.

 

For adding Light rays to your image, make sure you first have an image that will properly support light coming through. You want to have an image that is either lit from the back or from the side.

 

When you increase your ISO on a digital camera, your processor amplifies the signal it receives from the sensor to make it stronger, much like an amplifier on a stereo, it makes a quiet signal much louder.

 

Dan Winters is a great photographer who produces gripping work. He has a way of pulling emotion out of his subjects that will leave you breathless. Today we look at one of his famous portraits of Tom Hanks, and try to reproduce it.

 

Today we are completing this beer image in Photoshop. We cover the Lighting Effects as well as adding the splashes around the beer. The trick when doing this sort of Composite is to know how much masking needs to be done.

 

Yesterday we showed you the photoshoot and how to light beer, and today we are showing you exactly what happens when you bring those photos into Photoshop.

 

These will make the biggest Difference! Curves can be used to easily adjust Light Levels and Colors in your images.

 

Today we work on a user submitted landscape image. We are going to add some lights and effects requested by Sam.

 

In yesterday’s episode we showed you everything you need to know for shooting video to be used in a cinemagraph, and today we’ll bring it all together in Photoshop!

 

Today’s episode will cover everything you need to know about shooting for a cinemagraph, and tomorrow we’ll cover how to bring it all together in Photoshop!