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Michael Hoffman

Exporting Multiple Images from Lightroom

March 1, 2011

Over the past two weeks, I’ve presented some tips on exporting multiple images from Adobe Bridge using Image Processor and the Bridge Export Panel. However, some photographers among you might be [More]

Designing with Layer Masks

February 1, 2011

Over the past few weeks, we’ve looked at selections and masking, and today we will take masking to yet another level, as we create an entire design using nothing but layer masks. If you’ve been [More]

Creating a Duotone Image in Photoshop

January 25, 2011

Yesterday, Richard Hales began an introduction to Black and White images. In conjunction with that, I wanted to present an oldie-but-goodie technique that you can use to spice up your black and white [More]

Using the Photoshop Masks Panel

January 11, 2011

In the past several tips I’ve explored ever more deeply into the art of creating selections. Of course, one of the primary uses of selections is to create a mask, in order to non-destructively hide [More]

Photoshop Selection Power Tips

December 14, 2010

Over the past two weeks, we’ve looked at Selection Basics and Selection Techniques using Photoshop CS5, and we’ve developed a fundamental framework of understanding about selections, masks and [More]

Selection Basics in Photoshop

November 30, 2010

Way back in my early days of learning Photoshop, selections were a mystery to me. Sometimes they made perfect sense, and other times they were nothing but a source of frustration. This cloudy [More]

Half-Sketch Half-Photo Morph with Photoshop

November 23, 2010

Today’s tip comes to you courtesy of my wife, Carol, who liked the image you see below well enough to hang it on a wall in our house. That’s saying a lot to me, since I have over 30,000 images in [More]
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