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Photoshop Touch for iPad – Part 2

November 9, 2012

Picking up from Part 1 of our Photoshop Touch tutorial (where I covered the organization of the UI, basic layering and selection options, basic tool options, and a simple layered workflow for [More]

Working with Image Stacks in Lightroom

October 30, 2012

In a recent tutorial here on TipSquirrel, we looked at a technique to Automatically Stack Lightroom Images. In that tutorial, we touched on a powerful tip for setting up stacks in Lightroom, but [More]

Building an ebook in Lightroom

October 5, 2012

Today I thought I would try something a little different.. How about creating a book in Adobe Lightroom 4, converting it to an ebook and publishing it to the Apple iTunes (and Blurb book store). Does [More]

Introducing Photoshop Touch for iPad

September 17, 2012

It was only a matter of time. When a device like the Apple iPad is developed for mobile computing and creative uses, working with photos is a given. That means making selections and layers, applying [More]

Fixing Franken-Face

September 12, 2012

What is “Franken-face”? Consider this image: A young woman sitting on a pony on a bright and sunny day; what a great memory! The daughter of the woman pictured cherishes it, but would [More]

Use Photoshop to Add Some Cloud

August 8, 2012

Sometimes a blue sky is lovely, especially when you're trying to get a tan :) but sometimes you may want to add some clouds to that perfect sky – it may make things more interesting. That's easily achieved with this Photoshop quick tip. [More]

Where to Find Even More from The Photoshop Nuts

August 2, 2012

We’ve already added a new page to TipSquirrel.com with handy links to The Photoshop Nuts’ own sites but today I’d like to point you toward their other commercial material. With all this 'proper work' they're doing I#d like to publically thank each and every one of them for providing FREE content to this site. They really are as generous as they are talented. [More]

Mixed Masking in Photoshop

July 10, 2012

In our last installment, we looked at masking with the pen tool in Photoshop. The pen tool is a powerful way to create nice smooth paths – which can be used to create nice, smooth selections and [More]

Masking with The Photoshop Pen Tool

June 26, 2012

Creating a good mask is one of the essential skills in compositing images within Photoshop. Recognizing the right tool for the masking job is an art in itself. Today, we’ll look at an often overlooked, but highly effective way of creating a very good mask – using the Pen Tool in Photoshop. [More]

Reviving Afternoon Skies with Photoshop Multiply Mode

June 8, 2012

Dealing with overly bright skies is a challenge photographers of all stripes must deal with on a regular basis. We've all been there: on vacation, in a great spot, just a few hours to photograph but sunrise and sunset are not an option. So we photograph our subjects when the sun is overhead, showering everything in blue light. Skies suffer the worst sometimes, with areas that are partially blue and others partially blown out or too bright. The shot below exemplifies this. [More]

12 Courses, 2 Nuts and 7 Days Free at Lynda.com

June 4, 2012

Hi, Eric here with a slightly different post. I’m sending you off somewhere else! Today I’m offering you the chance to head off and get 7 days of free UNLIMITED ACCESS to all the courses at lynda.com. [More]

Dust Spot Removal in Lightroom

May 23, 2012

The bane of a landscape photographer’s life is dust spots on the film or camera sensor.. The smaller the aperture, the greater the likely hood that ugly dust spots will appear in your images. [More]
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