Thanks for stopping by everyone. I’ve skipped the tutorial today to share some holiday photos with you, and thank you for your continued patronage of this website. My YouTube channel has grown to over 2000+ subscribers, and traffic is strong here on the blog. I’m taking the rest of the month off to enjoy some family time, but I’ll be back in January 2011 with Tip Tuesday tutorials. Happy Holidays!!!
This week’s tip came from a viewer who wanted to know how they could quickly change a backdrop canvas color. Here’s my Tip Tueday video answer:
Before I get into today’s video tip, don’t forget the NAPP Giveaway contest starts today. Now it’s time for another high-speed retouching demonstration. Today, at a subscriber’s request I’m using Lightroom exclusively for this retouch. While it’s not a replacement for Photoshop, there are a number of adjustments that can be done without bringing in the heavy image artillery. Enjoy the video!
WOW. Where has the year gone? To kick off November you’ll find two new videos. Today’s tutorial demonstrates the Lighting Effects filter, something that appears to be missing if you’re running a Mac. That’s because to use some menu items & plugins on a Mac, you’ll need to run Photoshop CS5 in 32-bit mode. I’ve linked the main tutorial to the 64-bit to 32-bit conversion video using YouTube’s annotation feature. That way, if you want to jump between the lessons you can, otherwise you can watch each video in it’s entirety. Enjoy today’s lesson!