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Targeted Adjustment Tool in Adobe Camera Raw

08/10/2012

In this video I take a look at a feature of Adobe Camera Raw that is often over looked, Targeted Adjustment Tool. I switch between using this and heading straight over to the right hand side, but find using the tool is just that bit quicker and ‘less fiddly’. [More]

Making Corners Lift From The Page in Photoshop

01/10/2012

In this Photoshop tutorial video I answer a reader question. How, they asked, can you easily make it look like the corners of the photograph are lifting from the background? I demonstrate two ways here, with some tips along the way including finding the centre of an image and separating Layer Styles from a layer (yep, you really can!) [More]

Adobe Nav for iPad

18/09/2012

As wonderful as Adobe Photoshop is, I doubt there is a person that would call it simple.. There are many ways to do just about anything, from choosing which tool to use, find that skin smoothing [More]

Use Photoshop for a Seamless Action Sequence

24/08/2012

Technically an action sequence is a series of photos merged together to show the progression of an object through the frame. Artistically an action sequence is brilliant way to show movement in your photos and make amazingly eye-catching images. [More]

Use Photoshop to Add Some Cloud

08/08/2012

Sometimes a blue sky is lovely, especially when you're trying to get a tan :) but sometimes you may want to add some clouds to that perfect sky – it may make things more interesting. That's easily achieved with this Photoshop quick tip. [More]

Using Photoshop to Make Concentric Circles

06/08/2012

OK, I’m no graphic designer or digital artist, but I needed a ‘cartoon style closing credit’ for a piece I was working on with a student. Creating the circles was easy, and I kept them [More]

Fixing White Balance in ACR

09/07/2012

I confess, I’ve never changed the white balance settings on my camera, in fact, after I recorded this video I thought I’d look and see where to change them and it took me a lot longer than it [More]

Video Viewfinder POV in Photoshop

02/07/2012

I was recently asked by a student if it was easy to make a video look like it was being viewed through a viewfinder. Using Premier-Pro’s titling we got the job done but I wondered if it would be [More]

Solarisation in Photoshop or Lightroom

10/02/2012

With all the whizz bang thrills that software such as Photoshop has given us, you’d be forgiven for thinking that it’s Photoshop that’s driven photographers to be creative. But that’s not [More]

Fixing Blown-out Skies With Photoshop

29/10/2011

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]

Win Adobe Master Suite CS5.5

25/09/2011

To celebrate the launch of Adobe UK Education’s great new competition they’ve kindly given us a copy of Adobe Master Suite CS5.5 Teacher and Student Edition to give away to one of our readers. [More]

Stroke Path With Brush – Extra

11/07/2011

In this video I take a look at an old favourite Stroke Path With Brush. This time though I go a little further and experiment with more options. I admit, I love using this feature and may have been a [More]

Grids, Guides and Putting Them Into Actions

02/06/2011

Unlike Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop doesn’t have a grid tool (as yet?), so we’re forced to find ways to make our own. In this video, I’ve demonstrated a couple of ways of making a grid both [More]

Rotating The Clone Stamp in Photoshop

23/05/2011

In this video TipTorial I take a quick look at some of the parameters that can be changed when using Photoshop’s Clone Stamp Tool. In particular, how to rotate and flip the stamp. Many thanks to Janine Smith for providing the photograph. Also a nod to Gavin Hoey for helping me realise the difference between CS5 and earlier versions. [More]
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