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Richard Harrington

Fixing Blown-out Skies With Photoshop

October 29, 2011

I must admit, when it comes to skies… I’m not above cheating. In this tutorial, I’ll show you a technique from my book Understanding Adobe Photoshop CS5. Be sure to also click here to download [More]

Straighten Your Photos with Photoshop

September 16, 2011

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 [More]

Getting Started in HDR Pro

August 26, 2011

In this exclusive video for TipSquirrel.com Rich Harrington show’s us how to get our images into HDR Pro ad what to do with them once they’re there! [More]

A Photoshop HDR Workflow Example

July 9, 2011

In this video, photographer and trainer Rich Harrington takes 3 images and works with them to complete a single HDR image with multiple effects. Combining the images and them post processing within Photoshop Rich gives us a real world example of photographic workflow. [More]

Printing Commands in Photoshop

May 13, 2011

Several commands are associated with printers. Those specific to your printer are controlled by the printer driver (software you install outside of Photoshop). Each driver is unique, so be sure visit [More]

Using 3D Objects in Photoshop

April 29, 2011

Photoshop's 3D Engine is very flexible. It allows you to transform layers three dimensionally. More importantly, it lets you create new 3D elements including primitive shapes (such as cones or spheres). You can also make complex elements can be created using grayscale meshes. [More]

HDR With Photoshop and HDR Efex Pro

March 18, 2011

In this video, Richard Harrington takes a look at an HDR workflow. Using Bridge, HDR Efex Pro and Photoshop he demonstrates techniques and tips for all HDR photography. [More]

Fixing Faded Historical Photos

March 4, 2011

A common problem with old black-and-white or sepia-toned photos is that they fade over time. You can use a Levels or Curves adjustment to improve contrast, but both commands often introduce color artefacts into the image. A few extra steps are needed to get the best results when you want to restore proper balance to an old photo. [More]

Mastering the Photomerge Command (Part 2)

February 19, 2011

The following tutorial is adapted from the book Motion Graphics with Adobe Creative Suite 5 Studio Techniques from Adobe Press. This is the second part of the tutorial. Be sure to check out part 1 [More]

Mastering the Photomerge Command (Part 1)

February 4, 2011

This is the first part of the tutorial. We’ll be back in 2 weeks with part 2 on how to clean up the panoramic file. If there’s enough comments and interest, I’ll add part 3 on how to bring the file into After Effects as a virtual set. Photomerge is a specialized “mini- application” within Photoshop that assists in combining multiple images into a single photo. You can access it from either Photoshop or Bridge. Depending on the resolution of your sources and the speed of your machine, it can take a while to complete. [More]

Photoshop CS5 Best New Features In-Depth

January 21, 2011

Photoshop CS5 is packed with new features and here regular Nut Rich Harrington demonstrates the very best. Taking us through Mini Bridge, Puppet Warp, and a whole host of other great new features [More]
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