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We will walk you through the process of “contouring” makeup in Photoshop to enhance facial features.

 

Learn How to Add and Remove Fog in Photoshop in today’s episode! This super quick and Easy Tutorial will turn you into a fog wizard. Guaranteed.

 

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!

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In today’s episode we combine Vintage newspapers with a portrait to create a piece of art. Learn how to apply Filters to your subject to make them appear like an illustration, then Add Texture to that illustration in a few easy steps.

 

Learn how to read the histogram and how to fix common issues using ‘Levels’ Adjustment Layers. It can be used to correct exposure, Color, and evaluate missing information.

 

We have found that learning a few Tools will allow you to do 90% of your Photo Editing. Here’s what they are!

 

The Face Aware Liquify tool is a new addition to Photoshop CC 2015 with the recent Version 5.0 update. In today’s episode, learn how to adjust facial features using Face-Aware Liquify.

 

How to Make Your Photos Look Stunning on the Web.

 

Having a soft, out-of-focus background is an extremely effective way of drawing the viewer’s eye to your subject. This is best done in camera, but we’ll show you how to do it in Photoshop.

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Learning keyboard shortcuts is the best way to work faster and more efficiently in Photoshop. In today’s episode, we explore 5 Keyboard Shortcuts that are sure to speed up your Workflow in Photoshop.

 

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

 

In today’s episode we learn how to create Light rays and dust particles using a custom Brush in Photoshop. The key to creating “dust” is to make particles that seem completely random.

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Using this Photoshop Brush you can add beautiful and realistic light rays, dust, and particle effects to any image!

Free Brush Included

 

Before spending time painting your walls, test out different Colors in Photoshop! This tutorial makes changing wall Color easy and fun!

 

Join us behind the scenes as we cover what it took to create our “A Dark Force” composite.

 

Transitions are commonly used by video editors everywhere! They allow flexibility when moving from one clip to another, and can completely change the feel of a video.

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In today’s episode, we show you How to Use the Lasso Tools in Photoshop. We’re talking about the Magnetic, Standard and Polygonal Lasso Tools!

 

Learn some great techniques that will take your text up a notch. Customize your fonts with style.

 

Take any photo and convert it into latte art using our free custom brush and the Smudge Tool!

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If you want to see what a web page would look like on a 27″ iMac, a 15″ MacBook PRO and an iPhone, you can use artboards to create design previews of each! Learn how to use artboards to design quickly and efficiently in today’s episode!

 

To start our headshot retouching, we use the clone to remove some blemishes, do some hair retouching, and add a bit of skin texture.

 

Retouching hair can make a huge difference in a photo. Messy hair results in a messy image. Learn three powerhouse techniques to retouch any type of hair. Don’t forget to download the sample image, and upload your version below!

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In today’s episode, learn How to Retouch a Dramatic Male Headshot in Photoshop! Fix blemishes and redness, and add classic Color Styling to your photographs!

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In this episode we show you how to master the motion blur in Photoshop using these techniques and give some Insights on how to make Motion Blurs look real.

 

Today’s episode is all about the Difference between Flow and Opacity in Photoshop. Both Flow and Opacity are settings used for the Brush Tool.

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