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Adding a Sepia Tone in Photoshop

September 8, 2016

In this 30 Second Photoshop video I’ll show you how to add a sepia tone to your images in three easy steps. Don’t forget to SUBSCRIBE for more tutorials from my channel!   [More]

Retouching Snow in Photoshop

August 12, 2016

My favourite place on this incredible planet is Iceland, and in my capacity as a travel photographer and big Iceland fan I’ve perfected the way I deal with snow in my photos. In this tutorial [More]

Tinting With the Photoshop Gradient Map Adjustment

November 9, 2015

There are many ways of tinting an image, and many of those ways I employ regularly, sometimes trying multiple methods on a Tint-Scary-Gradphotograph to get the best result because, as you regular users know and you newer to Photoshop will soon learn, every image is different and no one method will work – or work the same – 100% of the time, and different methods, of course make for different results. For the purposes of this article, however, I’m focusing on the Gradient Map adjustment layer for tinting, and using one custom gradient with the crazy hex value combination [More]

Synchronize Color Settings in Photoshop and Creative Cloud Apps

May 12, 2015

If you've ever delved into the Photoshop menus you might have come across Color Settings in the Edit menu. There's a lot to alter here, but what's that down the bottom right corner telling me that my Colours are not synchronised? There doesn't seem to be any way to synchronise them either.... [More]

Classic Movie Star and Marvel’s Agent Carter Inspired Photoshop Portrait

March 25, 2015

And now for something completely different, there’s this really great promotional poster for the T.V. show Marvel’s Agent Carter; have you seen it? It’s almost Black and white, but it’s not. It’s subtle, except for the vivid colors that just pop out at you. It’s everything a good ad should be… [More]

5 Ways: Photoshop Color Correction

July 23, 2014

I’ve been doing this Photoshop / restoration / retouching thing a long time now and I can pretty well tell just by looking what type of color correction will work on what type of fading or color cast. Curves work really well on a certain kind of orangey-red cast that’s indicative of 1970’s chain store images while nothing short of a black and white adjustment and a hand tint will work on a particular sun faded yellow cast. I do, however, try more than one method on each image just to be certain I’m getting the best result. For my 5 Ways I’m going to list the five methods that pop in my head first. They won’t always be the most popular and some might be downright odd, but there are so many ways to do any one thing in Photoshop and, frankly, the best way to do anything is the way that gives you the best result. Always using Curves, for instance, is severely limiting your potential outcome. We’ll start the 5 Ways of Color Correction with the most obvious method: [More]

Photoshop Color Sampler Tool

July 29, 2013

Before we were treated to the delights of Kuler Photoshop users were able to find the colour details in an image with the Color Sampler Tool. Now it lays quietly hidden but it really shouldn't, its a hugely helpful tool. [More]

Match Color Command in Photoshop

July 22, 2013

A great, and quick, way to change the feel of your image is to match it’s tones to that of an image you already have. Photoshop makes this incredibly easy and wonderfully flexible with the use of the Match Color command. In this video I’ll look at two images and see how Match Colour can give some amazing results. [More]

Create An Alphabet Soup Text Effect In Photoshop

May 20, 2013

In this video I create an Alphabetti Spaghetti, or Alphabet Soup tpy text effect using just one Filter and a few instances of Bevel and Emboss. The Action created in this tutorial can be downloaded by sharing this post via the buttons below the video [More]
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