Besides it being tons of fun, it can be extremely helpful in things like family portraiture. If you want to replace someone’s closed eyes with open ones, or replace a crying baby with a happy one, this is the technique to use.
Batch resizing is ideal for when you need to send a client several images for review but full-size files aren’t necessary. Learn to create an action that will resize an image to a specific length and apply it to all your images.
Freezing Motion can be incredibly useful in photography because it will allow you to create images that the human eye cannot. By utilizing shutter speed, cameras can freeze a tiny moment in time perfectly.
Creating a realistic composite image requires us to bring all of our Photoshop skills together. One of the most important steps is matching color between photos. Learn to automatically match colors faster and easier than ever!
A portrait doesn’t need to be all clear skin and perfect hair. But whether you want to remove distractions from an everyday photo, or smooth skin until it’s flawless for a studio portrait, these 5 tools will make your life easier.
Sometimes babies and newborns will have too much red or blue in their Skin, which doesn’t look great in photos. Learn how to use a reference image to analyze skin tone and apply those changes to correct skin tone!
If you’re looking for a camera that will inspire you to go out and take photos every day, look no further than the Fujifilm X100F. Join us as we share what we love about this small and powerful camera!
Certain Color combinations will always look good together, the most simple color combination being complementary Colors. Learn how to identify and create complementary colors, then change the background of a photo to compliment the subject!
Learn how to remove anything from a photo with the Clone Stamp Tool in Photoshop! We show you how to work non-destructively, hide distractions with realistic details, and match light and color for professional results.