Re-creating the Unbroken Movie Poster in Photoshop CC

In this tutorial, Daniel combines two photos and uses a displacement map, clipping mask, blend modes, adjustment layer, and brush to simulate a movie poster for Unbroken. He also shows you a few tips and shortcuts to help you work in Photoshop.

Lens Corrections in Adobe Lightroom

The Lens Corrections panel in Lightroom contains powerful features to correct lens distortion, chromatic aberration, and more. In this tutorial, Daniel explains how to correct distortion in a super wide-angle photo.

Getting Started with Adobe Premiere Pro

If you’re new to Premiere Pro, you’ll want to check out this tutorial from Daniel Bryant. He walks you through the basics of setting up a new project, importing video clips, editing your clips, and exporting the final video.

Exporting Video from Premiere Pro

There are many options and settings for exporting video files from Premiere Pro. Daniel explains the options and gives his recommendations for various projects to clear up some of the confusion.

Check Out Jay Maisel’s Interview Over at KelbyOne

Jay Maisel is an internationally acclaimed photographer who is equally gifted in his ability to distill the wisdom earned from decades of capturing light, color, and gesture through the lens of his camera.

PhotoSweeper

PhotoSweeper works with Aperture, iPhoto, and Adobe Lightroom libraries and image folders to find duplicates and look-alikes based on time interval or by comparing histograms or pixels.

Sigma 150–500mm f/5–6.3 APO DG OS HSM

Sigma continues to innovate with their 150–500mm f/5–6.3 APO DG OS HSM ultra-telephoto lens. While designed for full-frame sensors, it’s equally at home when used with smaller APS-C sensors. That’s a lot of flexibility for one lens.

Snagit 3

TechSmith has recently overhauled its screen-capture utility, Snagit, and I tested Snagit 3 on the Mac.

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