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Retouching Technique in Restoration

The Restorationist Janine Smith is never short of an idea or two when it comes to bringing life back into an old photograph. Here she takes inspiration from a technique that is most commonly used in [More]

Lightroom 3 – A Review

After two public beta versions and months of waiting Lightroom 3 was officially released today. This release of Lightroom is somewhat unusual because the public beta version is pretty much the final [More]

Nested Smart Objects – Part 1

We’ve been exploring the power of Smart Objects, and starting today we will test the limits of just how far you can go – by nesting Smart Objects, one inside the other. By building Smart Objects [More]

Lens Correction in Photoshop CS5

These two tips come from my new books from Peachpit Press: Understanding Adobe Photoshop CS5 and Photoshop for Video (Fourth Edition). One of the commands in Photoshop CS5 that received a major [More]

Retouching – Extending the Neck

Today we welcome another new Nut to TipSquirrel.com. Based in Buckinghamshire, Glyn Dewis is a professional portrait photographer and Adobe Community Professional.  In this video tutorial [More]

Replacing Sky Part 2

This post was previously seen yesterday at Wetzel and Company. Find out why at the end of this post. Something happens to old photos of a certain age: The sky disappears. Just completely up and [More]

Smart Objects, Smarter Filters

Smart Objects have given us a tremendous amount of power in Photoshop since version CS3, and it just keeps getting better. Today, we’re going to look at a non-destructive workflow that begins with [More]

Skin Smoothing with Photoshop

Its a pleasure and a delight to welcome another new ‘Nut’ to TipSquirrel. One of my favourite courses on line is without doubt Dave Cuerdon’s Portrait and Retouching Kit at Kelby [More]

Mask-uerade – Photoshop Clipping Mask

I love using clipping masks. All my storyboards and cards at Andie Smith Designs use them. We even have masks that look like frames,  why? Because it allows the user the make minor changes. Create [More]

Replacing a Sky with Photoshop

Sometimes it’s necessary to replace elements in a photograph. Sometimes it’s just fun! Whether for fun or necessity, here’s a fairly easy way to go about replacing a piece of a photo, in this [More]

Exposure Blending with Smart Objects

Last week, we looked at creating copies of Smart Objects in Photoshop, and we saw that regular copies are linked together in a special way such that when you update one Smart Object, you update ALL [More]

Rough Selection Adjustments

I like it when I get told something and I slap my forehead and say “of course” and changes the way I use Photoshop. Here’s one such thing;  I was making adjustments, say hue and saturation, [More]

Photoshop CS5: Clone Source Tips

TipSquirrel.com is delighted to welcome a new ‘Nut’ to the collection.  Dan Moughamian has authored four Adobe training videos, including Digital Photography Workflows with Photoshop [More]
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