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Win Adobe Master Suite CS5.5

To celebrate the launch of Adobe UK Education’s great new competition they’ve kindly given us a copy of Adobe Master Suite CS5.5 Teacher and Student Edition to give away to one of our readers. All you have to do to win is to Tweet this; I’d…

Creating a Copy to Work on in Photoshop

Sometimes I like to save an image and continue to work on it. There’s a lot of ways Photoshop allows you to do that but we’ll have a look at just a couple of them here. What we’re after is to be able to work on a new version of our image without …

Michael Hoffman

Add Some Drama with Photoshop

Today’s tip is a simple but powerful trick to create a more powerful mood within your photos, using Photoshop with just some adjustment layer and masking techniques. I first saw Eddie Tapp use a similar technique years ago in a Canon workshop, and it…

Understanding Layer Style Contours in Photoshop

If you’ve played around with Layer Styles in Photoshop, you’ve almost surely seen the “Contour” setting in the “Quality” section of the layer styles dialog box. More that likely, you’ve just moved right on by. Or, if you’ve clicked on i…

Understanding Layer Style Contours in Photoshop

If you’ve played around with Layer Styles in Photoshop, you’ve almost surely seen the “Contour” setting in the “Quality” section of the layer styles dialog box. More that likely, you’ve just moved right on by. Or, if you’ve clicked on i…

Photoshop’s Free Transform–one stop ‘Shopping!

There are quite a few commands embedded under Photoshop’s Edit > Transform submenu: From Scale and Rotate, to Skew, Perspective and Warp. But when push comes to shove, there’s really only one command you need to remember – Free Transform. The ..

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Richard Harrington

Straighten Your Photos with Photoshop

If your photos are unintentionally crooked, they can look very distracting. There’s lots of contributing factors including a crooked tripod, shooting handheld, or just an uneven surface. But solving the problem is really easy. In Photoshop, select t…

Image Clean-up with Photoshop’s Dust and Scratches Filter

The Dust & Scratches filter provides a more powerful way to remove noise from an image. Dissimilar pixels are modified to achieve a balance between sharpening and hiding defects. You’ll want to try different settings on your image because…

Gavin Hoey

Scene Cleaner (and Uncleaner) in Photoshop Elements

Photoshop Elements 9 packs some very impressive technology under its dark interface and much of it has been lifted straight from it’s bigger brother, Photoshop CS5. But there’s more to Elements then a few borrowed features. Elements has been…

Dan Moughamian

 

Depth of Field Effects with Photoshop Elements 10

This week Adobe released the latest version of their prosumer photo editing package, Photoshop Elements 10. This new release offers several new features that are useful to photographers and scrapbookers. One of my favorites is a new option within Gu…

 

Simon Rudd

Simple Grunge Text in Photoshop

This month I thought I’d show you how to make a simple grunge effect for text using a very simple technique utilising a very powerful feature found in the Layer Styles dialogue box. Step 1. Make a new document and fill with a light green colour (#8d…

Scot Baston

Noise and Sharpening in Lightroom

This will be a quick and short tutorial today, to show you the benefits of a sharpening mask within Lightroom. I have had a couple of people ask me about noise in high ISO images and how to maintain details while removing the background noise,…

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Glyn Dewis

Photoshop’s ‘Never Ending Lighting Rig’

Hey Folks, For today I thought I’d record a video showing a Photoshop technique that has come in handy for me on more than one occasion; I call it ‘The Never Ending Lighting Rig’ and it’s based on a technique I learned from my good friend, Photographe…

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About Eric Renno (417 Articles)
Eric’s background in video editing with Adobe Premier led to his interest, and then obsession, with Photoshop. Starting TipSquirrel.com as a hobby he is proud to have gathered together and be a part of The Photoshop Nuts. Known as only “TipSquirrel” for two years, Eric ‘went public’ when he was a finalist in The Next Adobe Photoshop Evangelist competition. He’s also been a finalist in Deke’s Techniques Photoshop Challenge. While still taking on some freelance work, Eric has recently become a Lecturer at Peterborough’s Media and Journalism Centre where he enjoys sharing his knowledge as well as learning new skills. This realisation that he loves to teach has made Eric look at altering his career path.

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