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Ten Things Beginners Should Know in Lightroom

February 17, 2011

10. The "F" key cycles through screen modes just like Photoshop. Your menus have gone missing? Press CMD+OPT+F (CTRL+ALT+F) to immediately return to the normal screen mode. 9. Side panels keep disappearing? Turn off Auto-Hide for Panels. Right-click the triangle icon on the side panels and change the setting to "Manual". Works for top & bottom panels as well. [More]

Exporting multiple files with Image Processor

February 15, 2011

Sometimes tried-and-true methods are very efficient at getting the job done, and the Image Processor script (which has been around for quite some time) is one of those old standby tools. When you [More]

Instant Valentines Day Card with Photoshop

February 11, 2011

Valentines day is fast approaching, so here at TipSquirrel we've got the perfect tutorial for you. Depending on your point of view, this technique will either help you make a very personal and romantic valentines card, that truly expresses your deep and undying love... or... it can save you a load of time and small fortune on shop bought cards. Either way watch the video to discover exactly how it's all done. [More]

Exporting JPGs to the Lightroom Catalogue

February 10, 2011

In this exclusive TipSquirrel.com episode of PhotoWalkthrough, John Arnold shows us how to export JPGs from Lightroom 3 and have them automatically added back to your catalog and stacked with their original version. [More]

A Photoshop Photo Pile-up

February 9, 2011

In this follow-up to the inlaid tabletop we made last time, we'll make a simple frame and duplicate it to make a heap of photos. We'll then add our family photos and lay them all on the table. [More]

Photoshop’s Pass Through Mode

February 7, 2011

When you open a  New Group dialogue box, you might notice that there’s something a little different in there, ‘Pass Through’. What, you may ask is all that about? Well, let’s [More]

1838 Window to the Past

February 5, 2011

There is one particular daguerreotype that has always fascinated me. It was taken by Louis Daguerre himself, and is the very first photograph known to show a human being! This photo was taken in 1838. 1838!! That’s 173 years old!! Think about how amazing that is: a photograph taken a mere fifty-five years after the American Revolution and [...] [More]

Mastering the Photomerge Command (Part 1)

February 4, 2011

This is the first part of the tutorial. We’ll be back in 2 weeks with part 2 on how to clean up the panoramic file. If there’s enough comments and interest, I’ll add part 3 on how to bring the file into After Effects as a virtual set. Photomerge is a specialized “mini- application” within Photoshop that assists in combining multiple images into a single photo. You can access it from either Photoshop or Bridge. Depending on the resolution of your sources and the speed of your machine, it can take a while to complete. [More]

Comic Book Text Style in Photoshop

February 2, 2011

I’m a huge fan of comics – not that I’ve been able to buy any in the last 5 years or so 🙁 but I do love rereading my old ones. This had me thinking about the old style Pow’s [More]

Designing with Layer Masks

February 1, 2011

Over the past few weeks, we’ve looked at selections and masking, and today we will take masking to yet another level, as we create an entire design using nothing but layer masks. If you’ve been [More]

Working with Lightroom 3 Vignettes

January 28, 2011

For this tutorial we take a look at how the Post-Crop Vignette feature in Lightroom 3 helps us to add a bit of style to the image, but more importantly, it also helps to direct the viewer’s [More]
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