Photoshop

How to Easily Simulate a Tilt-Shift Effect Using Photoshop
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You might not know it, but even if you’ve never heard of tilt-shift photography you have probably seen a photograph that was captured in just such a way. A few years ago tilt-shift photos exploded into the mainstream with oddly miniaturized images of cities, cars, and even landscapes going completely viral seemingly overnight. Tilt-shift photography, […]

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How to Use Layers and Masks in Photoshop to Add Text to Your Photos
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Do you want to make a photo-card for your loved one? Or maybe a flyer for your business? Or add some personalized notes to your photos that turn your album into a scrapbook? If you ever tried to add text on your photos and ended up just covering up the image, this article is for […]

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Tips for Doing Digital Painting with the Mixer Brush in Photoshop
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If you have ever felt the need to be a bit more creative with your photos, then Photoshop contains a multitude of ways to make that happen. In fact, it offers such a variety of options it can be a bit overwhelming to figure out which one might be the right one for you in […]

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4 Incredible Photoshop Shortcuts in Six Minutes
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I’m a bit of a post-processing shortcut addict. I’m always looking for more efficient ways of getting through my workflow in programs like Adobe Lightroom, Adobe Photoshop, ON1 Photo RAW, etc. When I find a new shortcut, even if requires a bit of practice, I feel like I just leveled up. It’s weird, I know, […]

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How to Create Realistic Bokeh and Blur Effects using Photoshop
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Perhaps you want to creatively improve your image, already taken with a depth of field and bokeh or create this effect from scratch for a specific composition. In this article, you will learn how to work with new and old filters and their features, creatively apply textures, even create a bokeh texture from scratch. Also, […]

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How to Add a Rainbow to Your Images Using Photoshop
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A rainbow is a meteorological phenomenon that needs many specific conditions to come together in order to appear, which is why they are not that easy to come across. They are, however, a beautiful and evocative sight, and they are associated with different cultural and even religious meanings. For all these reasons you might want […]

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5 Must-Know Photoshop Retouching Tips and Tricks for Photographers
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Here are five quick tips for doing retouching in Photoshop that are essential to know. Learn them to do better retouching on your photos. #1 – Load Luminosity as a Selection In Photoshop you can use the luminosity of an image (the bright pixels) as selections. The easiest way to make a selection out of […]

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How to Know What to do and Where to Start with Photo Editing in Photoshop
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Do you struggle to know what to do with your images in post-processing? Do you know where to start with photo editing? Can you relate to this? Before and after photo editing. I recently received a message for help from another photographer, “I’m so frustrated with Photoshop. I don’t know what to do or where […]

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How to Create a Minimal Desktop Background Using Photoshop
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Ever seen those flowy, innocuous desktop backgrounds that to show up on default computer screens? That’s the exact image I thought of when I messing around with Photoshop for this tutorial. Though they aren’t exact, these simple gradients and shapes come together to spur on a little nostalgia. This project is pretty straightforward – but it […]

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