Helpful Screen Recordings of Various Photoshop Tips
Welcome to our new Video Photoshop Tips section at All Things Photography. The aim is to try and cover all of those little, but sometimes complicated Photoshop tutorials that somehow seem to elude you!
We would appreciate your input by letting us know what you want to see. The more requests that we get, the greater the chance that we will cover it for you as best we can.
So please feel free to contact us with your suggestions or just let us know what is bothering you about certain Photoshop processes.
Some food for thought and possible future Video Photoshop Tutorials:
- Isolating objects in Photoshop (see below)
- Correcting colour casts
- Straightening an image
- Adding a watermark
- Straightening walls
- Removing blemishes from a face using the healing tool
- Noise reduction
- Creating Montages
We will slowly but surely add to our Video Photoshop Tutorials section as and when we can and eventually build a huge library of useful tips and tutorials.
Isolating Objects in Photoshop (part 1)
Dealing With High Contrast Images in Photoshop (Dynamic Range)
Subtle Spot Colouring:
This is an old trick used by many digital photographers but is still relatively unknown amongst the buying public. It is good to learn as I still get many requests from Brides asking for this on some of their shots. Just don’t overdo it and try to make it look good.
Replacing Background in Photoshop:
Sometimes you may want to remove an ugly background from an image and either convert it to pure white or drop in a new image as the background. This is particularly useful for shooting and uploading stock photography.
We cover both techniques in this tutorial..
Erasing Objects in Photoshop:
Getting rid of unsightly objects in Photoshop can be a challenge but with the clone tool, healing brush and the new Content Aware tool, it is a breeze. We also show you how to do the same thing with Adobe Photoshop Elements 11.
Create Light in Photoshop:
Sometimes a photo needs that little bit extra to make it pop. In this tutorial, we show you how to create the effect of light coming from an otherwise dark house on a moody day in Winter..
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