You see color toning and film-look effects just about everywhere you look these days in fashion photography, and you can recreate this look using Photoshop’s built-in Color Lookup tables (they instantly remap the colors in your image to create some pretty cool color effects, inspired by the lookup tables used in movie making and video).
You’ve been able to add edge vignettes (where the outside edge around your image is darkened) for a while now, but the problem had always been your subject had to be right in the center, since it darkened evenly around the outside edges.
There are many ways to remove unwanted objects in Photoshop, and the method you choose depends on the job at hand. In this tutorial, Daniel covers using the Clone Stamp, Spot Healing Brush, and Patch tools, plus Content-Aware Fill to remove logos on a skater's shirt and helmet, as well as a distraction in the background.
Wanting to create a new logo for your company that really stands out (literally)?
Eyeglass Glare We’ve all had problems with eyeglass glare, right? Even the antiglare eyeglass lenses still cause problems. Well, there are a couple of …
In this tutorial, Daniel combines two photos and uses a displacement map, clipping mask, blend modes, adjustment layer, and brush to simulate a movie …
Our friends over at Wacom have reworked the popular Cintiq 24HD to accommodate 27″ of primetime creative pen real estate while maintaining the same foot print.
Last week, we saw this awesome reflection image by Michael Pistono go full-viral.. well, here is his write up about how he used Adobe PS to put it together.