By Jeff Carlson | Tuesday, September 29, 2015
How many times have you heard someone say they need Photoshop to edit photos? Perhaps because it was first, or because talented artists have done amazing things with it over the years, Adobe Photoshop has become synonymous in many people’s minds with manipulating digital photos.
And yet, Photoshop is one of the biggest iceberg applications out there: Most people, even many experts, use only a small percentage of what Photoshop CC 2015 (the latest version) is capable of.
That’s why Adobe also sells Photoshop Elements, which has just been updated to version 14. Originally designed as a “Photoshop Lite,” Elements is now nearly as capable as its older sibling, especially for most general-purpose photo editing.
By Lauren Harmon | Monday, July 6, 2015
Learn how to infuse an entire composition with color and depth using multiple overlays—only in Photoshop CC 2015.
In this week’s quick episode of Deke’s Techniques, Deke shows how to double up your effects for more vibrant color and reflectivity.
By Lauren Harmon | Wednesday, April 15, 2015
Deke McClelland has been diving and shooting underwater photography for over 20 years. This year, he brought a GoPro HERO Black to Honduras, where he shot most of the images featured in his course, Enhancing Underwater Photographs in Photoshop.
This little camera doesn’t auto-adjust images on the go. But this is good news for videographers and photographers.
Without in-camera corrections, you have all the data you need to properly adjust the image in Camera Raw and Photoshop. And Deke shows you how in this week’s episode of Deke’s Techniques.
By Seán Duggan | Friday, April 3, 2015
I was in Iceland recently leading my Winter Landscapes & Auroras workshop and I had the good fortune to be there for a near total solar eclipse.
You can actually see the shape of the partially eclipsed sun in the lens flare on my friend’s parka.
In addition to taking close-up still shots like I did for the last eclipse, I also wanted to shoot a time lapse sequence that showed a wide view of how the landscape was transformed by the fading light as the sun was eclipsed, and then its gradual return to the full brightness of daylight.
By Lauren Harmon | Tuesday, February 24, 2015
This week Deke’s Techniques gets personal as Deke assembles images from an MRI scan of his own knee into a volumetric object or 3D volume in Photoshop CC!
By Lauren Harmon | Tuesday, November 11, 2014
New in Photoshop CC 2014.1, and created by the geniuses at Adobe’s Imagination Lab, the flame generator packs a lot of options and sliders into one little dialog box.
But if you know how to adjust them, you can create flaming type and illustrations quicker than ever before.
By Lauren Harmon | Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Learn how to revive a photo that has an inspired composition but lackluster color in this episode of Deke’s Techniques.
In this video, Deke uses a photo of his beautiful companion seated under a jaw-dropping red-rock arch.
The only problem? The color is a little dull.
However, using two passes of the Camera Raw filter, Deke is able to convert the image to black and white and then reinstate the color selectively, resulting in a cool, steely looking photograph, worthy of printing at a poster size.
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