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Michael Hoffman

Photoshop 3D Materials Fun

22/11/2011

Adobe Photoshop CS5 Extended has a wonderfully capable 3D environment. It isn’t high powered like some advanced 3D modeling software, but the capabilities are really good, and the learning curve is [More]

Quicker Collections in Lightroom

15/11/2011

You may have used Quick Collections in Lightroom to create temporary sets of photos to organize your work. Here’s a tip to show you how to extend the Quick Collection feature to apply to any [More]

Photoshop’s Image Size Resampling Options

08/11/2011

When you resize images in Photoshop, you are adding or deleting pixels to your image. As the pixels are created or destroyed, how do you control the way Photoshop decides how to color the new pixels, [More]

Make a Mesh with Liquify to Speed Your Photoshop Workflow

01/11/2011

If you’re like me, you’ve been working on larger and larger files, and sometimes the Liquify command in Photoshop just can’t keep up with all those pixels. Fear not! Here’s a tip that allows you to Liquify smaller files, and transfer the changes you’ve made to a much larger resolution original. [More]

Halloween Photoshop Brushes and Tutorials

27/10/2011

Its that time of year again, so here’s a little rundown of some of the goodies we’ve posted here on TipSquirrel in previous years; Halloween Brushes from Janine Smith In this post Janine [More]

Creating 3D from Grayscale in Photoshop CS5 Extended

18/10/2011

Using a simple 2D layer with a grayscale pattern, it’s possible to create some really interesting and organic looking 3D surfaces using Photoshop Extended CS5. In this video, we examine how the “Create New Mesh from Grayscale” command works, and put it to practical use. [More]

Speed your scanning workflow in Photoshop

04/10/2011

If you’re like me, you probably have stacks of old photographs sitting around in the “to be scanned” queue. In fact, you may, like me, have additional piles from family and friends in the same [More]

Add Some Drama with Photoshop

13/09/2011

Today’s tip is a simple but powerful trick to create a more powerful mood within your photos, using Photoshop with just some adjustment layer and masking techniques. I first saw Eddie Tapp use a [More]

Quick Sketch-up in Photoshop

06/09/2011

This week brings us Photoshop World, three days of 100+ Photoshop, photography and lighting classes – taught by 35 of the best instructors on the planet. It is quite an experience, and if you ever [More]

Lightroom Color Labels

30/08/2011

Lightroom provides a variety of different ways to help organize your catalog and your workflow, and color labels rank up there as some of the most useful features. Color labels have more capabilities [More]

Dodge and Burn for Photoshop Drama

16/08/2011

With the popularity of Photoshop plug-ins from companies like Topaz, On One and Nik, it’s easy to forget that much of the capability to create dramatic images already exists within Photoshop. It’s a little more work, but it’s fun, rewarding, and comes with no additional price tag! [More]

Photoshop PDFs – Creative, Sweet!

02/08/2011

As part of the Creative Suite, Photoshop offers a very nice integration with other CS products, including one that you may have overlooked – Adobe Acrobat. Photoshop can create native Acrobat PDF [More]
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