I’ll tell you right now that exploring what Photoshop has to offer is downright fun. What’s almost as good of a time as actually editing photos and graphics in this application, is learning how to manage and set up its interface. So with that in mind, I’m going to continue my series of that learning […]
Adobe Photoshop Tips, Tutorials & Techniques
The Adobe Photoshop section includes posts and articles that cover tips, tutorials and best practices for various areas of opening, editing and exporting photographs and graphics into and from Photoshop. Discussion includes how to effectively utilize this piece of photo editing software in post-processing to best arrive at the result you're looking for. Additional topics include how to work efficiently with all of Photoshop's tools and panels; color, clarity, size, type, filters, etc...for both print and the web.
Right behind creating something awesome in Photoshop is the ability to undo those aspects of things that aren’t so awesome. While good and proper Photoshop workflow minimizes the risk of having to go back and correct mistakes, mistakes do happen. That’s why it’s critical to understand the options available to you while working on photographs […]
In my last post, I covered how to go about customizing some of the colors in our Photoshop workspace as well as a bit of how to choose and utilize a few of the various preset workspaces Adobe has created for us. While that was, in my opinion, a well rounded and informative post, I […]
While much of working inside Photoshop is a lot of fun, the good times really begin when you start to customize your workspace. Customization gives Photoshop more of a personal feel and allows for more efficiency because you can create your own flow. In this post, I’ll discuss a few key aspects of how to […]
Who knew that we had so many ways to open a file in Photoshop? Well, I guess in the days of something called “workflow,” we better get used to doing the same task by using a variety of methods. To be clear though, and as you’ll learn throughout this post, we’re not actually performing the […]
Imagine for just a moment that every time you launched Photoshop and opened a picture, only three colors appeared. The colors are red, green and blue. That’s it. So, no matter how wonderful your camera is and no matter how vibrant and deep your colors show in real life and on your camera’s viewfinder, the […]