The “History” feature

The “History” feature

The “History” feature in Adobe Photoshop is indispensable. However, as it stands, History has a horrible flaw. We can fix that flaw with a simple trick—one click—making Photoshop an even more robust image editor. Check out this video to see how incredibly easy it is....
Panoramas quickly and non-destructively

Panoramas quickly and non-destructively

Panoramas are a terrific work-around for very wide or very tall image subjects. Cell phone cameras have this feature built-in, but doesn’t generate either the full-quality of high resolution required for large prints like posters or billboards. Adobe Camera Raw and...

Batch Color Correction

Making your photographic color match the original product or subject precisely is a dedicated art form. It’s usually a tedious and complex task to be performed on every image individually. Rick Burress knows a secret: You can get precise color correction on every...

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...

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...
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