Well, another week is wrapped up. I hope you were as productive as I tried to be. Today’s episode continues the conversation about Smart Filters in Photoshop with a selective blur technique using Radial Blur on a photo background. Enjoy!
After a crazy day with no power, it’s good to be back in the studio crankin’ out another episode of the show. Today, we continue to showcase the power of Smart Filters and go through a quick tutorial on Luminosity Sharpening in Photoshop.
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Here’s an afternoon post for everyone. This week we’ll talk some Photoshop. We’ll start off by looking at the Shadows/Highlights adjustment and how we can use it non-destructively with layers in Photoshop.
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Today’s tutorial is a fairly common issue that plagues new users of Lightroom. “Why are my images offline or missing?” Hope you find my walkthrough useful as I show you the right way & the wrong ways to manage photos in Lightroom.
Woo Hoo! TWO SHOWS. We’re on our way people. *grin*
In today’s episode I talk about Cyberlink’s PhotoDirector 2011. If you
signup for their beta program you can get a free license when their software is released this summer. Some are calling it a Lightroom clone, and I’ll be posting my thoughts next week.
Adobe recently updated their iPad apps for use with Photoshop. Eazel, Nav & Color Lava are three apps that can be used alongside Photoshop.
In today’s tutorial I demonstrate ten things beginners should know about Lightroom.