In previous versions of Lightroom, you were able to apply selective adjustments by using a Graduated Filter, as well as the Adjustment Brush. In Lightroom 5, a new Radial Filter has been added for even more selective adjustment goodness! If you were one of the many users who would have loved to create painless, customizable vignettes, life just got awesome!
Learn how to use blending mode “soft light” in Photoshop.
Shift+Ctrl+Alt+T is MAGIC. Hopefully you’ll get some use out of this, or be able to just have fun with it.
Adding a filter to your camera can completely change the look of your photos and in this video I try three filters that look the same but do very different things.
I use a polariser, Neutral Density and Infrared Filter before moving into Photoshop CS6 to process the best one into a moody mono image.
Most wedding photographers use Adobe Lightroom to manage and retouch their photos. But there are times when they need to switch to Photoshop for more control over their photos. In this tutorial, you will learn three of the most common effects used by wedding photographers. We’ll show you how to access and use the hidden split-toning presets in Read more »
Adobe Photoshop Video Tutorial : Learn how to retouch skin professionally in Photoshop without making it look fake or blurry. In this Photoshop tutorial, you will learn how to reduce wrinkles and blemishes, airbrush skin naturally, dodge and burn, and more using all non-destructive editing techniques. Once you learn this, you can make everything from natural skin improvements to glamorous airbrushed skin used in advertising. To follow this tutorial, you’ll need Photoshop CS2 or newer.
Use the power of Adjustment Layers and Blending Options to turn a bright daytime image, into a semi-realistic nighttime image. While these settings may not give you 100% perfect results, you can use the same techniques on your images with a bit of tweaking.
This tutorial should work on all current versions of Photoshop, including Photoshop CS4, CS5 and CS6.