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!
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.
It can be hard to capture detail in both the Shadows and Highlights of an image because the dynamic range of most cameras is too small. We show you an amazing trick to recover Shadow detail in Photoshop without disturbing the Highlights.
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.
In today’s episode, we show you how to Color grade video in Photoshop! This is the second section of our 4 part video editing series, and it picks up directly from where we left off in the first section.
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.
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.
Having your own signature at the end of your emails is a great way to leave a professional impression. No matter what type of business you are in, having an email signature is the perfect way to sign off.
If you have a Color cast that is a result of a Light being a different color than the rest of the Lights in the image, you will need to get a bit more in Depth when editing to remove it. That is what today’s episode is all about.
Follow along to make text match the perspective of most images. Using a combination of Warp and Transform, you can give text the perspective to fit your photo, and we will share our favorite fonts for a handwritten look.