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Photoshop » Basics — over 8 years ago
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New to Photoshop or upgraded from an earlier version? Check out our quick tour of all the features in Photoshop CS4's user interface, the most streamlined, efficient and user friendly Photoshop interface so far! Learn what's what, what's new and where it all is, including a look at the brand new Application Bar and Application Frame!
Photoshop » Photo Retouch — over 8 years ago
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Tired of the buildings in your photos looking like they're leaning backwards? That's a common perspective problem known as keystoning, but Photoshop's powerful Lens Correction filter, first introduced in Photoshop CS2, makes it easy to fix! We can even take care of a few other potential image problems along the way, all with the same filter!
Photoshop » Photo Effects — over 8 years ago
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Photoshop has been somewhat capable of creating panoramas for quite a while now, but it wasn't until Photoshop CS3 came along with its dramatically improved Photomerge command that its ability to stitch photos together really began to shine. Photoshop CS4 takes things even further with some additional new features, including the ability to remove vignetting, making it easier than ever to combine multiple photos into seamless cinematic panoramas!
Photoshop » Text Effects — over 8 years ago — reviewed, not listed
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Learn how to create an interesting effect by adding a texture to text in Photoshop, using nothing more than a photo for the texture, a layer mask, a simple image adjustment, and of course, some text! Includes a trick for pasting an image directly into a layer mask in Photoshop!
Photoshop » Photo Retouch — over 8 years ago
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The Curves image adjustment is widely considered to be the most powerful and versatile photo editing tool in the entire program, and while the basics of Curves may not have changed in Photoshop CS3, the Curves dialog box received a major upgrade with new features and some welcome improvements that make Curves even better!
Photoshop » Photo Retouch — over 8 years ago
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Photoshop's Curves adjustment can seem less like an image editing tool and more like something from a science lab, but in this tutorial, we compare it with the Levels adjustment to see just how simple Curves really is, and why Curves goes far beyond anything you could hope for with Levels!
Photoshop » Photo Retouch — over 8 years ago
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The Shadow/Highlight adjustment is one of the most popular and useful image editing tools in all of Photoshop thanks to its amazing ability to bring out hidden detail in the shadows and highlights of a photo. In this tutorial, we tap in to the real power of the Shadow/Highlight command by exploring its advanced options!
Photoshop » Photo Retouch — over 8 years ago — reviewed, not listed
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The first step in a good photo editing workflow is to correct any overall tonal problems in the image, brightening highlights, darkening shadows and adjusting the midtones. Photoshop's Levels adjustment not only makes tonal correction fast and easy, it's what the pros use for accurate, professional quality results!
Photoshop » Photo Retouch — over 8 years ago — reviewed, not listed
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Over the years, many unsuspecting photographers and photo retouchers have destroyed their images with the Brightness/Contrast command. Thankfully, those days are over! The improved Brightness/Contrast command in Photoshop CS3 works so well, it may be all you need to add life to dull, flat images, and it doesn't get much easier than this!
Photoshop » Photo Retouch — over 8 years ago — reviewed, not listed
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Histograms are one of the most valuable tools we have when editing or restoring images, and knowing how to read a histogram is an essential skill for anyone who's serious about the quality of their photos. Learn what histograms can tell us about our images and how to use them to easily spot potential problems.
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