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Add a splash of color to your photos by replacing the background. Learn how to quickly add a colored background to any portrait in Photoshop!
When cutting a person out of their Background, hair is often the hardest area to master. Learn how to create custom Brushes and use them to cut out hair in today’s episode.
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Learn how to convert any photo into a 3D Texture and apply it to Text and photos. This technique will allow you to change the lighting direction of any texture!
Use the Pen Tool and a Vector Mask to make clean cut outs of objects in your images. Also, learn when to use a Vector Mask vs a Layer Mask.
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Today, we have three simple steps for editing Children’s Photos. First we had a Vignette, then a Warming filter, and finally we enhance the yes for some finishing touches.
A film border can be a great way to add a vintage look to your image. Whether you scanned your own film or found a stock photo, we’ll show you how to add it to any image.
Cropping your image is a great way to control the composition. Learn how to use Photoshop’s built in tools when cropping.
Learn your way around the 3D work space in Photoshop as we add a logo to the front of this car.
See how your design will look on products or packaging before you pay for it! Match perspective, color, and texture for accurate mock ups.
Want to work faster and more efficiently in Photoshop? We compiled a list of 6 Tips and Tricks that are sure to boost your Photoshop speed and efficiency!
Add Depth and movement to photos by adding Motion Blur to Backgrounds. This Simple Technique will make Action and sports photos more dynamic.
Learning keyboard shortcuts is the best way to work faster and more efficiently in Photoshop. In today’s episode, we explore 5 Keyboard Shortcuts that are sure to speed up your Workflow in Photoshop.
Before/After images are a great way to show off your editing work. Learn how to create a simple Animated Gif from any image in Photoshop!
Take birds from one image and add them to another with these quick and easy techniques.
Photoshop has an awesome tool for adding Fire to photos. We’ll show you how to work through the effect for adding realistic looking fire to your images.
Scars are a natural part of life, but they can also attract attention away from your subject. In today’s tutorial, we teach you a fast, easy way to remove scars, so you can create clear skin anytime you want!
Certain Color combinations will always look good together, the most simple color combination being complementary Colors. Learn how to identify and create complementary colors, then change the background of a photo to compliment the subject!
Apply Image is a very powerful Tool when used correctly in Photoshop. Learn how to use Apply Image to Color highlights and shadows separately in Photoshop!
Content-Aware fill is a simple way to Remove Objects from your images. Learn how to remove anything from a photo in a couple of simple steps!
Create a soft and dreamy look by adding a slight blur to the edges of a photo and adding a soft blur to the Light in a photo.
Learn how to create multiple versions of your photos and save disk space by using Virtual Copies in Lightroom – your clients will love you for it!
When it comes to removing people from photos, there are several Tools that will do the job. It is best to learn every tool so you can best choose the right one for the job. We teach you each Tool for removing people from their Backgrounds.
Layer Masks are one of the most important Tools in Photoshop. In short, they make part of a layer visible and part invisible. The main advantage to using Layer Masks is they can be changed at any time, meaning they will never destroy image pixels!
Be creative with your Logo placement! This tutorial will teach you how to put your Logo behind a person to add some depth to your designs.
Use your Phone and Adobe Capture to turn regular photos into repeatable patterns in Photoshop.