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Richard Harrington

Save Photos For Web & Mobile Devices

January 7, 2011

Creating files for special uses often requires special processing. The creation of specialized formats for the Internet and mobile electronics requires a mastery of one useful command: Save For Web [More]

Photoshop ‘Triage’

December 16, 2010

In this exclusive TipSquirrel.com video, trainer and author Richard Harrington uses a real world example to demonstrate a Photoshop ‘Triage’. By going through this workflow he takes an [More]

Mastering Photoshop’s Blending Modes

December 3, 2010

Blending modes are both a mystery and a source of great design power. Each blending mode controls how one layer’s pixels are affected by those in another layer (or by a tool from the Tools [More]

Adding Lens Blur in Photoshop

October 8, 2010

Most people spend a lot of time trying to keep their digital photos tack sharp. This quest for sharpness however overlooks that blurring can be an excellent tool for guiding the viewer’s focus when [More]

Repairing Damage With Photoshop:Heal or Patch?

August 27, 2010

I find that most users quickly master the Clone Stamp tool. Unfortunately many become truly stumped by its two cousins, the Healing Brush tool and the Patch tool. Knowing when to turn from cloning to [More]

Levels and Curves

July 12, 2010

I’ve been asked recently about Levels and Curves. Now I could record a TipTorial but regular readers will know, you’d be better off with some professional tutorials. It’s unusual [More]

Lens Correction in Photoshop CS5

June 4, 2010

These two tips come from my new books from Peachpit Press: Understanding Adobe Photoshop CS5 and Photoshop for Video (Fourth Edition). One of the commands in Photoshop CS5 that received a major [More]

Power Cropping

March 11, 2010

  TipSquirrel is proud to welcome back Rich Harrington to our humble little site. Rich is an internationally published author. His book, Photoshop for Video, was the first of its kind to focus on [More]

Creating Custom Actions

December 19, 2009

TipSquirrel is delighted to welcome back one of our favorite trainers, Richard Harrington.   If you’re a Photoshop enthusiast or professional, you should really be using Photoshop actions. [More]

Color Grading with Gradient Maps

October 8, 2009

by Richard Harrington – RHED Pixel – @rhedpixel Like many folks, I like to experiment with color. Duotones, like ‘em. Romantic color effects, check. Crunchy color, I’m game. There are times [More]
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