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Dan Moughamian

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]

The Photoshop CS6 Oil Paint Filter

September 7, 2012

Sometimes it’s good to take a step back and have a little fun with Photoshop. Try new filters, new blend modes… experiment a bit!  CS6 offers plenty of opportunity for this with new [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]

Photoshop Color Range Selections

May 11, 2012

One of the best ways to make selections in Photoshop CS4, CS5 and CS6, is with the Color Range command. This is especially true for photos that have areas of contiguous color that are [More]

Halloween Photoshop Brushes and Tutorials

October 27, 2011

Its that time of year again, so here’s a little rundown of some of the goodies we’ve posted here on TipSquirrel in previous years; Halloween Brushes from Janine Smith In this post Janine [More]

Photoshop CS5 HUD Color Pickers

June 17, 2011

One of the more useful improvements to Photoshop CS5 is the addition of the HUD (or Heads Up Display) Color Pickers. A bit of random trivia: this name was borrowed from military aviation. The idea is [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]

Using The Histogram and Curves in Photoshop

November 26, 2010

In this tutorial, we’ll take a look at one of my favourite tricks for improving photographic contrast more quickly and more accurately, using the Histogram sliders in Curves. This technique [More]

Blurring the Background with Adobe Camera Raw

November 15, 2010

For this tutorial we’ll take a look at how we can add a soft glow to the background of our raw images, using ACR’s local adjustment and masking tools, without softening the subject area. [More]
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