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Get photo editing techniques to help make your photos look better in just a few minutes. Chris Orwig shares insider tips for Photoshop, Lightroom, and more.
Get the most out of the new features and enhancements in Photoshop CC 2015.
Master the essentials of Photoshop CC and Camera Raw to make your images look their best. These tutorials cover photo editing, retouching, compositing, and much more.
Get the most up-to-date information on the latest features for photographers in Photoshop CC 2015.
Learn to leverage the photographer's toolset in Photoshop and enhance your images while retaining their natural character.
Sharpen your Photoshop compositing skills with this set of tutorials, each of which you can complete in about 10 minutes.
Learn how to use Adobe's mobile applications along with Photoshop and Lightroom CC to perform a variety of creative photography and design tasks on the go.
Learn the Photoshop masking and compositing techniques involved in creating a collage of multiple portraits.
Learn how to reach beyond the capabilities of your camera through a combination of smart shooting strategies and post-processing techniques. Learn how to focus stack images, create panoramas, and blend exposures for HDR photos.
Optimize your Wacom tablet for use with Adobe Photoshop and get finer control when drawing and painting.
Learn how to use Photoshop to replace the background in a vintage photo.
Learn how to create sports portraits that capture the prowess and competitive spirit of athletes, young and old, with sports photography tips from Robert Vanelli.
From lighting to posing to post-processing, learn how to create business portraits with a modern, professional look. Robert Vanelli shows how to light, shoot, and edit corporate headshots and environmental portraits.
Learn to use Photoshop to create cinemagraphs—still images that have moving components.
Get started in product photography. Learn about the gear, lighting, and post-processing techniques you need to shoot products of all kinds.
From photo shoot to Photoshop, see how to create a composite that shows an athlete in action.
Learn everything you need to know about Photoshop, in the order you need to know it, in this top-to-bottom overview of the world's most powerful image editing software, Adobe Photoshop CC.
Make Photoshop work better for you. Learn how to customize Photoshop settings, options, shortcuts, panels, tools, and workspaces and build Photoshop actions to automate tedious tasks.
Take your Photoshop skills to the next level. This installment of Deke's flagship Photoshop training series covers more advanced features and techniques: refining selections and masks, transforming and distorting subjects, working with blend modes, and more.
Take your first steps in photo editing. Get post-processing tips for Lightroom, Photoshop, and the Adobe mobile apps.
See how far Lightroom and Photoshop can take your landscape photography. Photographer Justin Reznick shares his favorite workflow and processing strategies for making landscape photos look their best.
Learn how to enhance and composite photos using Affinity Photo, the photo editing software for the Mac.
Learn how to use Photoshop compositing to add someone to a group photo.
Learn the techniques for compositing product photography in Photoshop, including swapping backgrounds and label art.
Learn the Photoshop techniques involved in recreating missing pieces of a vintage photo, from body parts to backgrounds.
Learn the best practices for a modern photo workflow featuring Lightroom and Photoshop CC, from capture and management to enhancement and output.
Learn to work with blend modes in Photoshop for more creative options and control over tonality and texture.
Master Photoshop's selection tools to gain precise results when compositing or performing advanced image alterations.
Learn the best techniques for a replacing the sky in a photo and obtaining realistic results with Photoshop.
Photographer and educator Jan Kabili shares weekly tips and techniques to help you work smarter with Photoshop, Lightroom, Instagram, and other post-processing tools.
Explore the features in Adobe Camera Raw for making selective adjustments to photos, from improving the tonality of specific areas to retouching flaws.
Master curves! Find out how to use the Curves panel in Photoshop to adjust tonality, make color corrections, produce creative effects, and more.
Dana Keller bridges the worlds of art and archival science by colorizing historical photographs—relying on research and Photoshop.
Katrin Eismann, teacher at the School of Visual Arts in NYC, shares some of her intoxicating early experiments with Photoshop and explains how she adapted her gonzo learning path into a career teaching the next generation of photographers and digital artists.
If you're not using Camera Raw, you're not getting the most from Photoshop CC. Learn how to master the features in Camera Raw 9 and improve the exposure, color, and quality of your photographs.
Learn the best techniques for recomposing a photo—moving the subjects while reconstructing the background and lighting for accuracy.
Photographer Chris Orwig explains his relationship to Photoshop and photography: from a second chance to a daily practice.
Photoshop principal project manager Bryan O'Neil Hughes shows how to transform color photographs into black and white with Lightroom and Photoshop.
Photoshop principal product manager Bryan O'Neil Hughes explores the art and science of raw-format processing in Photoshop CC and Lightroom 6.
Learn the creative and technical considerations involved in photographing with compositing in mind.
Explore exposure and dynamic range to understand how digital cameras capture images—and how to deal with tricky lighting scenarios.
Learn a variety of techniques for removing the texture from a scanned photo in Photoshop.
Learn how lens profiles can fix unwanted distortion and other problems in your photos and videos—and how to create new lens profiles of your own.
Learn how to train your eye to get better ink-jet prints—with less frustration, fewer reprints, and less waste of paper and ink—by spotting and correcting problems first in Photoshop.
Learn how to maximize what you can do with Photoshop adjustment layers and blend modes, by finding new uses for these great features.
Learn how to edit video and create slideshows with Photoshop CC.
Bert Monroy transforms a set of ordinary photographs into an extraordinary work of art featuring a labyrinth-like maze.
Learn how to use Photoshop to build 3D planets and spaceships and composite them into a dreamscape featuring a mysterious off-world mining colony.
Learn to use Photoshop to composite and blend images from many different sources into a dreamscape featuring a magic orb and an island guardian.
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