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March 10, 2010

There are tons of digital photo restoration tutorials online these days, on fixing torn pieces on old photos, and matching colors when adding things to the photo. One recent tutorial put torn pieces [More]

Striking Silver

February 24, 2010

Up until the 1960’s, when resin coating became the norm and gave photo paper a smooth, shiny look and feel, photos were commonly developed using the silver gelatin dry plate process, caused by [More]

Refining Masks with Overlay Blending

February 22, 2010

After a weeks break TipSquirrel welcomes back Mike Hoffman  Creating a good mask is an essential part of retouching and compositing images, but the process of developing that mask doesn’t have to [More]

A Duo Of Duotones

February 17, 2010

A subtle overlay of color can really perk up a flat black & white image. A two color overlay, composed of (usually) black and another color, called Duotone, and three color, black and two other [More]

No Flipping Photoshop

January 27, 2010

Without a doubt, the hardest damage to restore in a photo is damage to people, especially faces. It’s also, without a doubt this area that is also the most important. No matter how devastating [More]

Photoshop Blend Mode Basics – Part 3

January 18, 2010

By Mike Hoffman Thank you all for welcoming me back to TipSquirrel.com! This week, we’re going to continue our exploration of blend modes in Photoshop. In the past two installments, we reviewed [More]

Eye Retouching in Photoshop

January 14, 2010

One the most common problems I find myself fixing in Photoshop are over exaggerated lines under eyes. This problem is the result of strong light above the subject, something that is almost [More]

The Picture on the Wall (pt. 1)

January 6, 2010

(Authors Note: My New Years resolution is to try and keep my tutorials a bit shorter. I’ve started off quite well,if I say so myself, but I feel I must warn you: My New Year resolutions usually [More]

Holiday Card, Part 4

December 8, 2009

This week we’re finishing up our holiday card we’re making with an old family photo by adding a bit of sparkle and a frame. To begin, you’ll need to go back to the brush preset we [More]

Holiday Card, Part 2

November 25, 2009

We start the second part of our Holiday card tutorial by getting a bit analytical. In order to make some fairly realistic shadows within your photo, you need to first analyze it. The nexus of this [More]

3D Glass Ball using Layer Styles

October 26, 2009

By: Rebecca Fryer In this tutorial it’s my aim to take you through the process of creating a convincing 3D Glass Ball using basic layer styles and gradients. Step One: Basic Shape & Fill [More]

Combo Color Correction (Pt. 1/2)

October 21, 2009

Today I bring you the first part of a two-part tutorial. The first will go over a combination method of color cast correction, and the second half will deal with correcting tints. This photo, [More]

Simple Border Effects

October 13, 2009

A question was raised this week for the easiest way to add a single pixel border inside an image, so that’s what I’m playing with for today’s post. First thing I’m going to do [More]

It’s a Knockout: the Magnifying Glass Effect

October 12, 2009

To begin with it’s wise to collect a good source image of a magnifying glass which I did via http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Magnifying_glass.jpg, this is Wikimedia Commons which is a [More]
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