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How to Add a Sunburst in Photoshop in Under Two Minutes

Fstoppers Here’s how to add a great light burst effect to your photos. How to Add a Sunburst in Photoshop in Under Two Minutes Have you ever felt like your photos were missing something? In just two minutes, learn to make your portraits come to life by adding a realistic burst of light in Photoshop. Read More at Fstoppers

Five Different Ways to Make Color Pop Using Photoshop

Fstoppers Make your colors pop! Five Different Ways to Make Color Pop Using Photoshop Controlling color is one of the primary skills that allows photographers to develop their own style. Learning to balance the different aspects of color in your image is one of the more important things you can do. Read More at Fstoppers

How to Add a Lens Flare Effect in Photoshop

Digital Photography School A quick way to a lens flare effect using Photoshop. How to Add a Lens Flare Effect in Photoshop If you like the look of a well-placed lens flare but struggle to get it right in-camera – here is a quick tutorial that will show you how to add a lens flare using Photoshop. Read More at Digital Photography School

How to Edit Photos Using the Histograms in Photoshop

PictureCorrect Photography Tips How do you use histograms in your workflow? How to Edit Photos Using the Histograms in Photoshop Histograms are helpful tools for both capturing your images and editing them. When used correctly, histograms can help you to use the proper exposure levels while capturing your images. In this video tutorial, Phlearn explains how histograms work and how you can use them to create the perfect exposu… Read More at Picture Correct

The Striking and Surreal Photoshop Creations of Vincent Bourilhon

PetaPixel Incredibly creative. The Striking and Surreal Photoshop Creations of Vincent Bourilhon At just 23 years old, Paris-based photographer and Photoshop artist Vincent Bourilhon is already showing more creative chops than some artists two and thre Read More at PetaPixel

All About the Color Picker Tool in Photoshop

Fstoppers Learn about this fundamental Photoshop tool. All About the Color Picker Tool in Photoshop The Color Picker tool is one of the most fundamental and important features in Photoshop, and it’s packed densely with information and options. This helpful tutorial will show you the ins and outs of the tool and how to understand everything it offers and tells you. Read More at Fstoppers

New Deal! Photoshop Actions for 1-Click Photo Editing

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Exclusive offer ending soon! New Deal! Photoshop Actions for 1-Click Photo Editing The 135 Photoshop actions in this bundle were carefully crafted to make the lives of photographers easier – one-click, done! Make your Photoshop post-processing workflow a breeze and get a head start with our easy-to-use one-click Photoshop actions. We were able to negotiate an exclusive discount fo… Read More at Picture Correct

3 Ways to Make a Sky Selection Using Photoshop

Digital Photography School Tips for Photoshop Users to Create some Pretty Cool Skies! 3 Ways to Make a Sky Selection Using Photoshop Follow along this tutorial to learn 3 different ways to make a sky selection on your landscape or cityscape images using Photoshop. Read More at Digital Photography School

Getting Started with Layer Masks in Photoshop a Beginners Tutorial

Digital Photography School Beginner Photoshop Users: do you need a lesson in using layer masks? We’ve got you covered with this one. Getting Started with Layer Masks in Photoshop a Beginners Tutorial Much of the power of Photoshop comes from its use of layers, which can best be thought of as transparency over your image. Layers have lots of benefits, like the fact that you can work on your image without affecting the pixels in the underlying image. But perhaps […]

How to Create Gorgeous Colorful Portraits without Photoshop! ️

Digital Photography School How to Create Gorgeous Colorful Portraits without Photoshop! ➡️ https://digital-photography-school.com/make-colors-pop-portraits-without-using-photoshop/ Read More at Digital Photography School

How to Accent Hair in Photoshop

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Whether you’re retouching skin, background colors, or hair, the key to a great enhancement is a subtle touch to what is already there. How to Accent Hair in Photoshop Anyone can have a bad hair day, but did you know you can also have a bland hair day? Shine, color, dryness—there are plenty of aspects that can dull out your locks. To help overcome this common obstacle, photographer Aaron Nace demonstrates a few useful tips for Photoshop […]

Using Lightroom Alongside Photoshop: Working with Smart Objects

Digital Photography School How many of you use both Lightroom AND Photoshop? For those of you who do – this will be useful. Using Lightroom Alongside Photoshop: Working with Smart Objects Working with Smart Objects when you take an image from Lightroom over to Photoshop has many advantages – read about it here. Read More at Digital Photography School

How vanishing points work and how to apply them in photoshop for perfect perspective

DIYPhotography How vanishing points work and how to apply them in photoshop for perfect perspective http://bit.ly/2bIljpT How vanishing points work and how to apply them in photoshop for perfect perspective Hold on, we are going to show you what’s that weird point inside your transformation is. As most of the people who are doing image manipulation art, I find myself struggle with backgrounds – especially when it comes to creepy surreal backgrounds. I was building my own room in Photoshop […]

Three Quick Steps to Making a Photo Pop Using Photoshop

Fstoppers Want your photos to really pop? Check this out! Three Quick Steps to Making a Photo Pop Using Photoshop A lot of people are fans of the portrait look in which the subject really seems to “pop” off the image, as it’s a striking and attention-grabbing style. This helpful video will show you three quick steps to recreate that look in your own portraiture work. Read More at Fstoppers

Steve McCurry Says He Will ‘Rein in His Use of Photoshop’

PetaPixel A great response by a great photographer. Steve McCurry Says He Will ‘Rein in His Use of Photoshop’ Steve McCurry has responded to the recent hoopla surrounding his Photoshopped photos. The famed photographer explains that he’s now a “visual storyteller” Read More at PetaPixel

An Advanced Guide to Removing Objects Using Photoshop

Fstoppers Need to get rid of stuff using Photoshop? Here’s how. An Advanced Guide to Removing Objects Using Photoshop One of the most fundamental Photoshop skills you can have is the ability to remove and replace objects in an image. And while Photoshop has some fairly advanced automated tools to help you do this, there are times when you’ll want to take full manual control. This helpful video will show you three m… Read More at Fstoppers

Photographer Aydın Büyüktaş uses a drone, 3-D rendering, and Adobe Photoshop to …

Strobox Photographer Aydın Büyüktaş uses a drone, 3-D rendering, and Adobe Photoshop to create a warped view of the world. See more of these surreal drone photos here: http://trib.al/MgIid0F 📸: Aydın Büyüktaş Photographer Aydın Büyüktaş uses a drone, 3-D rendering, and Adobe Photoshop to create a warped view of the world. See more of these surreal drone photos here: http://trib.al/MgIid0F 📸: Aydın Büyüktaş Read More at Strobox

How to Remove Stray Hairs in Photoshop

Fstoppers Stray hair is a pain. Here’s how to get rid of it. How to Remove Stray Hairs in Photoshop Work smarter, not harder. This quick tutorial will make the painstaking process of removing stray hairs in Photoshop easy. Read More at Fstoppers

One Minute to Better Looking Photos in Photoshop

Fstoppers Try out this quick technique! One Minute to Better Looking Photos in Photoshop In this short video, Colin Smith at PhotoCAFE comes through once again with an easy way to improve the look of your photographs using gaussian blur in Photoshop. The tip itself is worthwhile, but his “bonus” tip is the key to making it really work. Read More at Fstoppers

How to Fake Shallow Depth of Field Using Photoshop

Fstoppers Like that shallow depth of field look? Here’s how to fake it in Photoshop. How to Fake Shallow Depth of Field Using Photoshop Photos with shallow depth of field are a very popular look in most genres involving people in some way, but they also require pricier lenses to shoot. This helpful tutorial will show you how to fake the effect using Photoshop. Read More at Fstoppers

How to Turn Grey Skies Blue Without Photoshop

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Grey skies can leave the background of your photo looking flat and uninteresting. How to Turn Grey Skies Blue Without Photoshop When shooting portraits outside, weather can put a serious damper on our end results. Luckily there are lots of workarounds to get the effect and background you’re looking for, including this trick from photographer David Bergman for transforming bleak, grey skies into beautiful blue ones: Grey skie… Read More at Picture Correct

Soviet Photoshop | Советский фотошоп

Strobox For all the PhotoShop fans out there, here is some pre-historical one from Soviet Union http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qx9IOCguD2Q Soviet Photoshop | Советский фотошоп Read More at Strobox

How to use vanishing point perspective in Photoshop to add graphics to a surface

DIYPhotography How to use vanishing point perspective in Photoshop to add graphics to a surface http://bit.ly/2e5S8hi How to use vanishing point perspective in Photoshop to add graphics to a surface The actual title for the latest video tutorial by Phlearn is “How to create a Packaging Design Mockup in Photoshop”, but it’s so much more than that. There is no doubt that the ability to create product packaging mockups is valuable. Maybe we’re doing it for ourselves, or ma… Read […]

How to Use the Channel Mixer in Photoshop to Change Colors in Your Images

Digital Photography School Photoshop advice for using the channel mixer How to Use the Channel Mixer in Photoshop to Change Colors in Your Images There may be times when you want to play around with some elements in your images. Perhaps you want to change a color to a more suitable one in post-processing. One of the tools you can use in Photoshop is the Channel Mixer. It is a simple process that allows you to change the color … […]

Here’s How Much Photoshop Hotkeys Can Speed Up Your Workflow

PetaPixel Why you should learn photo editing hotkeys. Here’s How Much Photoshop Hotkeys Can Speed Up Your Workflow Do you use hotkeys when you edit in Photoshop or Lightroom? If you don’t and you’re a professional photographer editing tens or possibly hundreds of images Read More at PetaPixel

How to create an image with the Orton Effect in Photoshop >

Digital Photography School How to create an image with the Orton Effect in Photoshop > https://digital-photography-school.com/create-orton-effect-using-photoshop/ Read More at Digital Photography School

100 Incredible Photos Captured Without Photoshop

PictureCorrect Photography Tips 100 Incredible Photos Captured Without Photoshop In a day and age where using Photoshop is the norm, it’s no surprise that many people feel tricked or manipulated when they look at a photograph. Thankfully, that’s not the case for all imagery. Using Mother Nature, perfect timing, and a natural eye for artistry, these amazing photos prove you don’t… Read More at Picture Correct

Wanna start with Photoshop? These are the three books you need to read!

DIYPhotography Wanna start with Photoshop? These are the three books you need to read! http://bit.ly/2du8PwM Wanna start with Photoshop? These are the three books you need to read! With so much information in the world, sometimes it can be hard for newcomers to sift through the noise when they want to learn how to use Photoshop. For me, I started by purchasing the software. I tried to work out what each tool did, then realised I was getting nowhere…although I […]

How to Crop to Specific Pixel Dimensions in Photoshop

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Say you need to upload an image as your new Facebook cover photo. The size is a weird 851 pixels by 315 pixels. That’s not a standard pixel size straight out of any camera. So, invariably you’ll have to crop it. How to Crop to Specific Pixel Dimensions in Photoshop How difficult can it be to crop an image in Photoshop to match an exact pixel size requirement? This is something that we do all the time. […]

Adobe focus on productivity and workflow efficiency with Photoshop CC 2017

DIYPhotography Adobe focus on productivity and workflow efficiency with Photoshop CC 2017 http://bit.ly/2eA9Wwc Adobe focus on productivity and workflow efficiency with Photoshop CC 2017 Adobe have today announced the release of Adobe Photoshop CC 2017. This update comes along with new versions of Premiere Pro, After Effects and other software in the Creative Cloud package. One of the key themes coming through in each of the new announcements is productivity. But there’s a wh… Read More at DIY Photography

How to Remove Large Objects in Photoshop

Fstoppers Here’s how to remove big stuff using Photoshop. How to Remove Large Objects in Photoshop Have you ever tried to remove an object from a photo, but just couldn’t get it to look right, whether it be because of the lighting, color, or actual selection? This tutorial provides a handful of tips for perfectly removing objects in Photoshop. Read More at Fstoppers

Learn How to Levitate With Photoshop in Under 10 Minutes

Fstoppers “And I’m floating in a most peculiar way…” Learn How to Levitate With Photoshop in Under 10 Minutes Ever wondered how people created those “impossible” photos of them sitting off the ground? Here I teach how to make a levitation photo in just under 10 minutes using some simple tricks in camera and finishing it off with Photoshop. Read More at Fstoppers

Tutorial: How to Make Cinemagraphs with Photoshop

Strobox Earlier we featured animated GIF gallery of editorial photos, here is a video tutorial on how to make them http://www.labnol.org/software/cinemagraph-tutorial/19453/ Tutorial: How to Make Cinemagraphs with Photoshop Read More at Strobox

Affinity Photo debuts Photoshop alternative for Windows in free public beta

DIYPhotography Affinity Photo debuts Photoshop alternative for Windows in free public beta http://bit.ly/2eVPF4v Affinity Photo debuts Photoshop alternative for Windows in free public beta Initially announced a few months ago, Affinity Photo for Windows has been anxiously awaited. Today, it’s finally here in the form of a completely free public beta. Hailed as the only real potential competitor to Photoshop, Affinity Photo’s Windows debut opens it up to a much wider audie… Read More at DIY Photography

How to add extra details in a photo after the shot using Photoshop

DIYPhotography How to add extra details in a photo after the shot using Photoshop http://bit.ly/2fqxbcF How to add extra details in a photo after the shot using Photoshop When creating images its always good to add some extra details just to keep things interesting. I recently shot a cover feature for alternative lifestyle magazine, Proper eye candy, with Madison Phoenix. The plan was to shoot some moody images using gels. I also wanted smoke, but alas, at the time … […]

Blend-if: One of the Most Useful Features in Photoshop

Fstoppers Here’s how to use one of Photoshop’s most useful features. Blend-if: One of the Most Useful Features in Photoshop The Blend-if feature is easy to miss if you’re not looking for it in Photoshop, but it’s one of the most useful tools you can have in your post-processing kit. This great video will show you what Blend-if is and how it works as well as some useful examples. Read More at Fstoppers

Quick Tip: How to Fix Shiny Skin in Photoshop and Lightroom

PetaPixel A quick fix for a common issue. Quick Tip: How to Fix Shiny Skin in Photoshop and Lightroom Here’s a quick retouching tip that almost every portrait photographer will end up using at least once: how to quickly and easily fix shiny or oily skin in Read More at PetaPixel

Check Out This simple, Pixel-Perfect Trick for Aligning Multiple Images in Photoshop (VIDEO)

Shutterbug Magazine Shutterbug’s “Ask a Pro” columnist Scott Kelby shares a great tip! Check Out This simple, Pixel-Perfect Trick for Aligning Multiple Images in Photoshop (VIDEO) If you’ve ever attempted to align two or more images in Photoshop, you know it’s not as simple as it looks; and the results are often disappointing. Well, with this pixel-perfect trick from Shutterbug’s “Ask a Pro” columnist Scott Kelby, aligning images IS as easy as it looks—and the results are pre… Read More […]

31 Photoshop Hotkeys You Might Not Have Learned Before

PetaPixel 31 lesser-known hotkeys to help your Photoshopping. 31 Photoshop Hotkeys You Might Not Have Learned Before You might think you know Photoshop through and through, but even if you’ve been using the photo editor for ages, you still may learn a little something fro Read More at PetaPixel

Watch This Video Tutorial & Learn How to Eliminate Shiny Skin in Photoshop & Lightroom

Shutterbug Magazine Don’t fear the shining. Watch This Video Tutorial & Learn How to Eliminate Shiny Skin in Photoshop & Lightroom Shiny skin can ruin an otherwise nice portrait, particularly when shooting outdoors on a hot summer day or indoors when you’re using hot lights. Thanks to this video tutorial, however, you can repair those shiny photos with some simple editing techniques using Photoshop or Lightroom. Read More at Shutterbug.com