PHOTOSHOP TUTORIALS

Master Adobe Photoshop

Photoshop is the premiere software for editing photos and we’ll walk you through every tool, technique, and trick in the book.

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Composites don’t have to be a complicated timely processes. Follow along for some tips and tricks to increase your workflow while compositing.

 

See how to add interest and create an artistic feel to your photos using Color toning. First we’ll analyze what could help the overall composition and use rocks that are already in the image to replace the bright sky.

 

See the best ways to work with Filters by building them up in layers and changing Blend Modes.

 

Panoramas are multiple images stitched together to simulate a wide Angle of view and shallow Depth of field, giving a completely different look to your photos.

 

In today’s episode I’ll finish up by showing you the last steps you can take to push a photo from good to great using sharpening, vignetting, and Color Balance techniques.

 

You can add a ton of Depth to your images by enhancing the Highlights and the Shadows, also called dodging and burning.

 

In this episode I cover the best ways to Sharpen your images for the Web using the Unsharp Mask and High Pass Filter in different Blend Modes.

 

Today we are going into a little more Depth with Curves, showing how to adjust Highlights and Shadows separately and how to use the different Color Channels!

 

In this episode we cover 16bit vs 8bit and colorspace. These may sound boring, but they do make a big difference in your final image.

 

In today’s episode see a cool way to add different tones into your image with a couple easy steps using Duotone.

 

Today we are going through the rest of the Adjustment Layers, and showing you which ones should be used in what circumstances. You will be able to make your images much better in less time by knowing the right layer to grab.

 

Creating realistic Shadows in Photoshop really is about the hardest thing you can do. The reason for this, is that there is so much more going on than what most people think about.

 

If you have ever had a really hard time making a Layer Mask or Retouching someone’s Skin, this cool tip will really help you.

 

Combining multiple Exposures is a great way to get unique images and is traditionally done with film. We are making a similar effect in Photoshop, which will give you a bit more control over how everything turns out.

 

There are many good Tools to use when doing this sort of thing, but the three to keep in mind are the Clone Stamp, Healing Brush, and Patch Tool.

 

In Part 1 we are covering how to repair the border of the photo, and some great ways to blend layers together.

 

In this tutorial, Aaron covers how to create blood from scratch using Photoshop.

 

One of the biggest challenges after applying the new Background was making the grass line look realistic. In order to complete that task we create a new custom Brush from existing grass shapes, which is then used to define a Layer Mask.

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