Paint inside any shape as a stencil

Paint inside any shape as a stencil.
The actual key to understanding Photoshop is the knowledge that it’s built to work like a digital stencil.
The photographer creates holes, then paints of edits inside those holes—those stencils. Amazingly, ANYTHING can be used as a stencil: any shape, any artwork, and other photo.
This is a marvelous trick for developing wonderfully creative images.
Check out this video to see how incredibly easy it is.

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The Ultimate Guide to Adobe Bridge

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VF Foto Magnetic Filters

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High ISO Noise Reduction

Shooting during the “Blue Hour” – after sunset, or before sunrise means setting up a tripod for the long exposure times you will need.  But, sometimes it’s not possible to set up a tripod; the location may be too crowded, there may be rules against setting up a tripod at your location, or maybe you just forgot to bring it along.

Here is a way to rescue the situation by shooting hand-held at really high ISO, with very little noise.

Top 5 Tools in Lightroom

Lightroom Classic has evolved over the last while to include a rich set of tools in the develop module.  Photoshop is still better at somethings than Lightroom, complex selections and masking, for example, but I find little reason to round trip to Photoshop for perhaps 95% of the work that I do.  Some of the more powerful features in the Lightroom Develop module are I think, under utilized or misunderstood. So, in the video here I’d like to show you some of these, in the hope that you will find them useful, as well.

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