Here’s a video tutorial on creating a composite theme by using some silhouettes in the foreground of a base image. This example uses hiking, but the same idea could be applied with other sports and hobbies.

Photographer Chris Alvanas goes under the Filter menu and explores some of the things you can do with the Lighting Effects options.

Rick Sammon goes over a couple of techniques for using Photoshop to create black-and-white versions of your color images.

Photographer Rick Sammon opens up the Actions palette in Photoshop and starts experimenting with the many possibilities.

Adobe Photoshop CS3 is an exciting new release, and after working with it for a while, you realize just how comprehensive and deep of an upgrade it really is. Not only are there several great new features but there are significant improvements to existing features, as well. One area that has received both an upgrade [...]

In Photoshop, you have complete control over the colors in your image and you can get creative in the ways that you affect those colors. Rick Sammon shares a couple of color saturation techniques.

Rick Sammon explores some of the color and style options you can use when applying a sketch filter.

Rick Sammon guides you through a group of options for adjusting the tone of your photos in Photoshop.

The advantage of this method is that a producer or production assistant can gather all of the needed names and titles into a single text file (easily created with any word processor).

In this tutorial, I’ll go over how to define custom shapes for a copyright notice and save them into their own shape library so you can easily add them to your images.

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