The KelbyOne 20 Days of Christmas: Platypod Pro

For the next 20 days leading up to Christmas Scott Kelby and RC Concepcion of KelbyOne share with you the gear that every photographer would want to see on under their tree this year.

Where to Learn About All the New Features in Adobe Photoshop CC 2015.1

Adobe has released a ton of new updates for Adobe Creative Cloud users. Here are a couple places where you can learn more more about the new Photoshop CC features.

Five Things You Should Know About Lightroom’s Adjustment Brush

There are a few things you need to know that will help you get more comfortable with the Adjustment Brush.

Creating Custom Brushes in Photoshop

An excerpt from Photoshop Down & Dirty Tricks for Designers, vol. 2. In the next couple of techniques, we will look at brushes. While Photoshop boasts an impressive collection of brushes, you can also create your own, whether based on a graphic, photo, or even a video. Almost any image can be defined as a [...]

Keeping Your RAW Image Editable Using Smart Objects in Photoshop

Excerpt from Photoshop for Lightroom Users. You’re able to go back and re-edit your RAW image once you’re in Photoshop by taking it from Lightroom over to Photoshop as a smart object. Once you do that, you can re-edit it using Photoshop’s Camera Raw. (By the way, Camera Raw is built into Lightroom, Adobe just [...]

Creating the Tone-Mapped HDR Look in Photoshop

In this project, we’re going to create that heavily tone-mapped hyperreal look (this particular look isn’t for everybody, you’d need a different technique for a realistic HDR). This is a really quick and easy effect—just a few clicks and you’re done (great for people with attention spans like mine, who want it done now without [...]

Remove Large Distracting Objects in Photoshop

If I have a large distracting object in my image, the first thing I go looking for is another part of the image that I can copy-and-drag to cover that distracting object right up.

Resizing Parts of an Image with Photoshop’s Content-Aware Scaling

We’ve all run into situations where our image is a little smaller than the area where we need it to fit.

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