In this new tutorial from Phlearn, Aaron Nace walks us through how to use content-aware scale tool in Photoshop to create an ad. He also works in some tips with the warp tool to get his composition just right. Check out the video above.
Photoshop’s content-aware tools have been pretty magical in a lot of ways since they were first introduced over six years ago. In the next Photoshop CC release just around the corner, we will have the ability to use content-aware cropping, which will save some space on the corners of our images as we level out the horizon of images. [Read more…]
In this latest video from Plhearn, Aaron Nace walks through a very useful process of how to fix an aged photo in Photoshop. He covers removing dust and scratches, fixing unnatural gradients and discoloration, as well as fixing a color cast. Check out the video above.
In this new video from Phlearn, Aaron Nace walks us through how to create light rays through clouds inside Photoshop.
He does this buy using the radial blur filter as a smart filter, along with some simple strokes from the brush tool. Pretty cool results. Check it out above.
In this video from Aaron Nace of Phlearn, he walks us through how to make hair color pop in Photoshop.
He uses a color balance adjustment layer to bring out the natural color and then creates a solid color adjustment layer to give the highlights a kick. Finally, he walks us through how to dodge and burn hair in order to get that extra pop.
Adobe has updated Bridge CC to version 6.2 and added some important user experience and asset management features to it. Key features in this update include: [Read more…]
In this video from Karl Taylor, he walks us through one of his tips using the mulitiply blend mode and masking around some details in Photoshop to add more drama to the sky in landscape images.
Photoshop’s automated alignment tools are quite impressive; however, they aren’t perfect. When auto-alignment fails to work the way you need it to, sometimes it just means you have to do the work yourself.
In this video from Ian Norman, he walks us through the process of processing Milky Way astrophotography images by manually aligning them in Photoshop in order to reduce noise and bring out more detail in the images.
If you are looking to improve your astrophotography images, Ian’s videos are worth a watch. Even if you are doing other types of image stacking, you can probably learn a thing or two from Ian’s workflow.