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Animated Intro with Photoshop

February 12, 2016

In this video I take a look at creating a little intro for a video using Photoshop. As I say at the beginning of this, it may not be an effect you want to use but you may be interested in some of the techniques. You should be warned, for the first time I actually make an apearance! [More]

Timelapse Processing with Photoshop

November 13, 2015

In this video I take a look at timlapse processing with all the control that you can only get inside of Photoshop. I demonstrate video size, frame rate and the best way to create our timeline. [More]

How to Add a Split Tone Effect in Photoshop CC

April 1, 2015

n this video tutorial, I'll show you how to apply simple and effective split tone effects to your images, using the built-in Photography Toning gradient maps in Adobe Photoshop. I'll also look at how you can customise the effects using the Gradient Editor and Opacity sliders. [More]

Intro to Keyframes in Photoshop : Animating Masks

March 14, 2014

In this video I take a short video clip and, using masks and keyframes, make a simple introduction to the video. Keyframes are a major part of video editing and are used extensively through the whole Creative Cloud and Creative Suite. [More]

Quick Soft Glow High Key High Contrast Effect in Photoshop

March 7, 2014

In this video I take a standard portrait and quickly add an effect using Filter Gallery and a mask. I fully appreciate its not going to be something you use regularly on your portrait photos, but its worth adding the masking technique used here to your Photoshop toolbox. [More]

Remove noise from video in Adobe Camera RAW

October 11, 2013

With almost every DSLR now able to shoot amazing HD video, the worlds of stills photography and video are getting ever closer. Coming from a photographic background can be extremely useful when moving in to video. Both mediums require skills like composition, exposure control and understanding depth of field however there some things stills photographers take for granted that videographers do not. [More]

A Pull Focus Effect With Photoshop CS6

February 25, 2013

While producing a slideshow recently I thought it might be cool to add a ‘pull focus’ effect to one or two of the images. By doing this, I was able to draw the viewer to various parts of an image. [More]

3D Layers with Video in Photoshop

October 23, 2012

In last week’s tutorial, we looked at Video Masking in Photoshop. Today, we take this project to a whole new dimension – the third dimension – as we learn to apply our video project to the surface of a 3D object. With the video animation playing on the surface of the 3D object, we can create another layer of animation and move it around, adding additional effects for a very flexible and interesting result. [More]

Video Masking in Photoshop

October 16, 2012

Learn how to create a clipping mask for your video within Photoshop CS6 – and see how to animate the clipping mask as well. Create unique effects for your video projects, right within Photoshop. [More]

Put a Simple Photoshop Frame On It

September 3, 2012

In this Photoshop tutorial video I’m going to add a very simple frame to my image by increasing the Canvas Size. This works well but there’s a couple of things I need to consider if I want to do the same to all my images, and should I want to record an action. [More]

Using Bokeh to Add Oomph To Image in Photoshop

May 21, 2012

In this video, Eric takes the new Bokeh filter and uses it to 'beef up' his plain, flat image witha a “random but not random” approach. Although all the effects rely on bokeh the finished image shows no sign of bokeh at all. [More]
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