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Eric Renno

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]

Importing Kuler Themes into Photoshop

July 17, 2013

If, like me you’ve fallen in love with the Adobe Kuler mobile app (iOS) you may have gotten frustrated that you can’t import the themes into Photoshop, they are after all .ase files, for Illustrator right? Good news! You can bring them into Photoshop. [More]

Liquify Editable Text in Photoshop

July 1, 2013

In this video I take a look at how recent updates to Photoshop allow us to fun the Liquify Filter on text. Because this is a Smart Object it means the text remains completely editable, but there’s more! Let me explain…. [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]

Photoshop Paste Special Menu Commands

April 8, 2013

In this video I take a look at a the Paste Special menu options. Sure, you can use Photoshop never knowing about them but when you do, you’ll be pleased they can be part of your workflow. I’ll be taking a look at; Paste Into Paste Outside and Paste In Place [More]

Photoshop Text on a Circular Path

April 1, 2013

Using our Contact Us page The Photoshop Nuts were asked if we could explain how to put text on a circle. This was covered a while back by Michael Hoffman in his post Working With Type On a Path as a written tutorial but I thought I’d create a video for those that prefer to learn that way too. In the video, I also explain a technique for creating concentric circles and explain why you’d want to have two windows displaying one image. [More]

Multiple Planes with Photoshop (No 3D Layers)

March 11, 2013

In this video I take a look at a feature of Photoshop that’s been around for some time, Vanishing Point. Using this filter I’m able to add three elements to my image, Logo, Text and shadow, all in perspective. There’s no 3D in this so Photoshop users of CS4 and before should be able to follow along. [More]

ACR to Photoshop Edits Aren’t Set in Stone

February 18, 2013

I was talking to a photographer the other day and I was saying how much I love Adobe Camera Raw (ACR), and that I’ll do 90% of what I want to achieve there before moving into Photoshop. He argued against this stating “Once you’ve clicked Open Image in ACR your adjustments can’t be changed”. By default this is true, but not when you use my beloved modifier keys…. [More]

Photoshop Clipping Masks

January 14, 2013

In this video I take a look at Clipping masks. They are really easy to create and have a whole host of applications. This video was made in response to a question in the Google Plus Community; Photoshop and Lightroom Users where I’m one of the moderators. i think it goes without saying, I’d love to see and chat to you there! [More]

Photobooth Template for Photoshop

December 10, 2012

For this post I created a very simple template for creating a photo booth type photo strip. Its easy enough to use but there’s a couple of Photoshop techniques in the video too. [More]

Social Media Mock-Up Template for Photoshop

December 3, 2012

I was asked recently to create a screen for a social media page for use in a video production. Rather than cut and paste a one off I made a fully editable page for repeated use. I’m offering this [More]
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