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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]

Picture Package with Smart Objects

When is a copy not a copy? When it is a copy of a Smart Object! In Photoshop, there are two very different ways to create copies of Smart Objects, and each of these has unique and special qualities [More]

Selection Modifier Keys in Photoshop

Its been a while since I’ve done a TipTorial so I thought I would this week. A little while ago I was asked about making selectins and specifically, what modifier keys could be used. So here [More]

RAW Black & Whites

Its great to welcome back Justin Seeley for another Photoshop Quicktips. In this exclusive episode of Quicktips, Justin shows us why Camera RAW is better suited for creating black & white photos [More]

RAW Black & Whites

Its great to welcome back Justin Seeley for another Photoshop Quicktips. In this exclusive episode of Quicktips, Justin shows us why Camera RAW is better suited for creating black & white photos [More]

Light Writing with Photoshop

DSLR cameras are fantastic, you can do some great things with them – one of my favourite effects are slow shutter speed photos with cool light trails. These have recently been used in the TalkTalk [More]

Q & A With The Restorationist Janine Smith

This week, with the indulgence of the Honorable Mr. Squirrel and you, the reader, I’m going to attempt to answer a few questions. You see, I get asked these particular questions a lot, on a fairly [More]
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