Dana Keller bridges the worlds of art and archival science by colorizing historical photographs—relying on research and Photoshop.
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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.
Photographer Chris Orwig explains his relationship to Photoshop and photography: from a second chance to a daily practice.
Follow along with fine art photographer Seán Duggan as he shoots in the Icelandic wilderness and then composites his photographs into new imaginary landscapes with Photoshop.
Explore the creative options and challenges presented by backlighting in photography.
Learn to shoot and post-process aerial photos and videos shot using a DJI Phantom Vision 2 quadcopter.
Quickly learn how to use Photoshop for everyday design tasks—combining text and artwork, replacing backgrounds, and more.
Get on-location tips and post-production techniques to speed up time and create compelling visual effects with time-lapse photography.
Deke McClelland offers a comprehensive sneak peek at the new features in Photoshop CS6.
Learn how to shoot and edit green screen footage and images.
Bryan O'Neil Hughes, senior product manager for Photoshop, demonstrates a variety of techniques for car photography and shares how he guides his images through Lightroom and Photoshop.
Shows how to create stunning imagery in Photoshop in the shortest time possible.
Provides in-depth training on Camera Raw 6, the CS5 component that enables photographers to open and manipulate images more flexibly and efficiently.
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