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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.

 

To show the versatility of reflectors, we created six different lighting setups using a combination of reflectors and v-flats. A v-flat is a large reflector made from two 4’x8′ sheets of poster board taped together.

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Solid Color Fill Layers are one of the most useful tools in Photoshop for quickly adding color and style to any image. Learn about Fill Layers, Blending Modes, Blend If, and more!

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Learn the fundamentals of skin retouching! Aaron demonstrates how to remove small and large blemishes, recover skin texture, and even out skin tones in Photoshop.

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Learn how to open RAW photos in Photoshop through Adobe Camera RAW, load them as Smart Objects, and and setup your project to work with all of the benefits of a 16-bit image.

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We’ll be taking an image, making it into a Smart Object and then placing it over an iPad. This technique would work great for anyone who wants to create a mock-up and see what it’d look like in real space.

 

In this episode we’ll show you where to get a banner, how to Transform your text to fit on the banner and how to place those banners on your images.

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

 

We are going to apply the look of a dark film photograph to a digital image in today’s tutorial.

 

Learn how to make a see through frame effect in Photoshop!This fun tutorial is perfect for beginners. Creating a see-through frame effect takes just a couple of minutes and anyone can do it!

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For an editorial-Style headshot, we decided we wanted lighting inspired by the likes of editorial photographers such as Martin Schoeller. We had to go through about five different lighting setups before we finally found one we really liked!

 

Today, we have three simple steps for editing Children’s Photos. First we had a Vignette, then a Warming filter, and finally we enhance the yes for some finishing touches.

 

In this tutorial, we not only show you how to create your own double exposure effect, but we also demonstrate how to pull it off using video in Photoshop.

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We will show you the amazing power of focus area selections in Photoshop cc 2014 as well as new Type Tools. We are also throwing in one of our old favorites – Content Aware Scale with Skin Tone Protection.

 

Aaron shares some awesome techniques for sorting through hundreds of Photos to quickly choose the best ones. It is the photographer’s job to sort through all the images from the shoot, save yourself some time with these tips.

 

Join Aaron as he jumps into Lightroom to process Raw format athletic photos to gritty Black and White images.

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How to fix the shadows underneath people’s eyes.

 

The Frame Tool allows you to turn any shape or text layer into a container which can hold any image. In this episode, Aaron demonstrates how the Frame Tool works and then compares it to its more powerful cousin, Clipping Masks.

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Photoshop has an awesome tool for adding Fire to photos. We’ll show you how to work through the effect for adding realistic looking fire to your images.

 

For extreme speed-editing Exposure we’re editing this image by Aleksandar Jaredic, and we only have five minutes to do so!

 

Adobe just released a new version of Photoshop CC2015, version 5.0, and with it come some great new Tools. In today’s episode, learn how to get a font from a picture using Match fonts.

 

Learn your way around the 3D work space in Photoshop as we add a logo to the front of this car.

 

In today’s episode we start off with an image that has been resized for the Web and saved as a .jpg. It is a very small and compressed image yet we are still able to bring out a ton of detail.

 

From adjusting red, blotchy areas to cleaning up dry, flaky skin, we’ll walk you through some newborn retouching techniques that anyone can learn to help capture memories that will last a lifetime.

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Learn how to use a Threshold Adjustment Layer in combination with a Levels Adjustment Layer to realistically place a person into any new environment.

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