In this episode I will cover 7 steps you need to use to be more effective at toning inside of Adobe Photoshop. This videos is the last in the Photoshop for Photographer series.
The episode of Photoshop for Photographers I will show you how to read the Histogram in Adobe Camera Raw, turn on its clipping function and how to create an action for a non-destructive vignette.
In this episode of Photoshop for Photographers we take a look at the Contrast Blending modes.
I will continue our exploration of Blending Modes in Adobe Photoshop by looking at the color modes. I love the color blending modes and they are super helpful in basic toning and compositing.
In this episode of Photoshop for Photographers we are going to take a look at blending modes. More specifically the darken and multiply and lighten and screen blending modes.
In this episode I will show you me organization process for resizing, sharpening and saving files so you will know what they are if you ever have to reprint years later.
In this video I will cover the main files types used in photography, what are their differences and when to use them. Files types covered in this video are .jpg. png .tif .psd.
In this episode I will show you how to use the Blur Gallery and Gaussian Blur filter inside photoshop. I will also cover to use them as smart filter so they are non-destructive and editable at anytime.
In this episode of Photoshop for Photographers we will take a look at the history palette, snapshots and undo. All three of these options will let you go back in time when editing in Adobe Photoshop.
In this episode of Photoshop for Photographers I will show you how to add text or type to your images in Adobe Photoshop.