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Newest Tutorials

Photoshop » Photo Effects — over 7 years ago
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This video tutorial is taken from Understanding Adobe Photoshop CS5: The Essential Techniques for Imaging Professionals by Rich Harrington. Rich discusses Refine Edges Command in the new Photoshop CS5.
Photoshop » Photo Effects — over 7 years ago
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Rich Harrington author of Understanding Adobe Photoshop explains a new Photoshop CS5 feature called Puppet Warp. This effect is used to flexibly distort and manipulate images.
Photoshop » Effects — almost 8 years ago
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If you're photographing multiple people you'll often find that the way light hits one person is different for other people in the photo depending on where they're positioned. In this week's video Matt shows a quick technique for evening out those skin tones and making people look more evenly lit.
Photoshop » Photo Effects — almost 8 years ago
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Storybook layouts are really popular these days. Whether they're for weddings or senior portraits, more and more photographers are delving into making creative layouts with their photos. Among all of the cool graphics we use with those layouts, tape is really popular. It gives the appearance that a photo was taped onto the page. In this video you'll see where you can get graphics like this, but more importantly, how to use them and how to take your layouts that one extra step toward realism.
Photoshop » Photo Effects — almost 8 years ago
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This question has been asked a million times (ok, maybe a bunch of times): What's the difference between Brightness and Exposure in Camera Raw? Matt shows us a little of what's going on behind the scenes with these two adjustments and how you can apply what you've learned to a photo.
Photoshop » Color — almost 8 years ago
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If you're a photographer you've probably seen that your camera, Photoshop, Lightroom, and even Camera Raw all have places to set your color mode (sRGB or Adobe RGB). In this video I'll help you figure out what the difference is, where you'll see that difference, and what mode is best to keep your photos in.
Photoshop » Photo Retouch — almost 8 years ago
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I've got lots of old photos from family members, and they're all plagued with some of the same problems. One of them is those tiny little dust specs and scratches all over the place. In this video we'll use a not-so-common filter in Photoshop to help take care of them in no time flat.
Photoshop » Photo Effects — almost 8 years ago
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Even if you don't shoot a pano in the camera, you can still have a panoramic photo with Photoshop. In this video we'll look at how to fake a panorama and how to build a template that not only allows us to really get a feeling for what the pano will look like, but also let us replace the photo with another one in just a few clicks.
Photoshop » Photo Effects — almost 8 years ago
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We're often drawn to symmetry in our photos, but many times what looks symmetrical in real life doesn't look that way when we take the photo. We'll look at some ways to enhance this in our photos and help make a photo look more like what we actually saw.
Flash » Animation — almost 8 years ago
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In this video, Adobe Certified Instructor Ruth Stryker describes a variety of approaches you can take for motion tweening text in Flash CS4.
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