You can use a Hue & Saturation adjustment layer to first isolate the specific red areas that you are trying to correct and then adjust the hue to blend in with the surrounding skin areas.
In the above video from Phlearn, you can learn how to remove objects from you photos using the tools inside Photoshop like clone stamp and selection tools. It clocks in at 20 minutes; however, if you don’t know how to cleanly remove objects from an image (beyond just using Content Aware tools on simple portions of images), this is a great lesson.
Photoshop has presets available in a variety of locations – from Camera Raw to filters and adjustment layers. Not only can you apply presets to still images, you can also apply presets to videos. Check out the above video as Photoshop Principal Product Manager Bryan O’Neil Hughes demonstrates how to use presets with Photoshop.
Adobe Wordwide Design Evangelist Terry White is back with some more helpful tips. Last we saw 5 helpful tips about the Lightroom catalog. This time around, Terry is showing off 5 cool features that are worth knowing about Photoshop layers.
These are rather new features for the Photoshop CC crowd, so if you are using an older version, these tips probably don’t apply. Here’s a quick list of an overview of the tips from the video above: [Read more...]
In the above video, Photoshop Principal Product Manager Bryan O’Neil Hughes explains how to make the video experience less intimidating right inside of Photoshop CC.
In addition to working with video clips and trimming the footage, he shows how you can edit the color and effects of video using Photoshop’s tools instead of a video editing application. You can even edit video with the tools inside of Adobe Camera Raw.
The Clone Stamp Tool is a powerful tool in Photoshop; however, many of us never reach the full potential of what we can do with it. Phlearn has put together a great tutorial video (embedded above) that shows several ways to extend your use of the Clone Stamp Tool, particularly with the use of layers as you are working different areas of an image.