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Quick Tips: Master Fundamental Colors in Photoshop

by on July 23, 2014

Digital technology gives photographers a level of control over colour that the average film photographer could only dream about. Using Photoshop, it's possible to remove colour casts and adjust overall colour as well as working on specific tones and hues.

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How to Retouch and Airbrush Skin in Photoshop

by on March 11, 2013

Learn how to retouch skin professionally in Photoshop without making it look fake or blurry. In this Photoshop tutorial, you will learn how to reduce wrinkles and blemishes, airbrush skin naturally, dodge and burn, and more using all non-destructive editing techniques. Once you learn this, you can make everything from natural skin improvements to glamorous airbrushed skin used in advertising. To follow this tutorial, you’ll need Photoshop CS2 or newer.

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Quick Tip: Emphasize or Hide Skin Flaws With One Layer

by on January 22, 2013

Want to retouch skin quick and naturally? Learn how to do that using just the yellow channel in your photo. This technique can be used to emphasize skin detail for a dramatic look or reduce the appearance of wrinkles, freckles, and dark circles under the eyes.

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Amazing Landscapes using Adobe Camera Raw and Adobe Photoshop

by on November 5, 2010

How to vastly enhance landscape shots using Adobe Camera Raw (ACR) and then Photoshop. This tutorial will show step by step tips and tricks in order to get out the most out of your landscape pictures.

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HDR Tone Mapping with Layers in Photoshop

by on December 7, 2009

Create natural looking HDR tone mapped images in Photoshop with editable layers. This tutorial is an improved version of our Layered HDR Tone Mapping Photoshop tutorial from 2007. This new technique is capable of the same results but with a significantly smaller file size. We also added additional techniques to improve sharpness and contrast for a more realistic looking photo.

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