HOW TO REALLY USE CONTENT AWARE FILL

This step-by-step tutorial examines one of the new features of Photoshop CS 5, content aware fill – most demos simply show the process. I show you how to really take advantage of content aware fill in a practical way using a real world scenario. Learn how to “trick” content aware fill into using just what you want to replace an unwanted element to get predictable results. Along the way I show how to “lock” layer transparency, create a lighting effect with the gradient tool and use the type tool with Layer Styles…

-BPSOP Instructor: Lee Varis

Lee Teaches:

Photoshop Layers Fundamentals: Selections, Masks, and Adjustments

Lightroom Quickstart Vlog

Learn how to get up and running FAST in Lightroom!

-BPSOP Instructor – Holly Higbee-Jansen

Holly Teaches:

Lightroom Quick Start

iPhone Photography

Spring Has Sprung

Spring has SPRUNG in Las Vegas!! Watch & learn how to take visually compelling images. Bryan will reveal just how to compose your image to obtain the feel you’re seeking!

-BPSOP Founder – Bryan Peterson

Bryan Teaches:

Understanding Exposure & Your DSLR

Understanding Color, Seeing Color & Composing Color

Understanding Close-Up Photography

Mastering Nikon Flash Photography

The Art of Seeing

Noise

Learn how to create film grain or noise the right way through Photoshop Layers with BPSOP instructor Lee Varis!

I thought I’d revisit the Noise in an Overlay layer technique to update it with some advanced “tweaks.” Learn how to use the Noise filter effectively as well as save noise or other textures in “Patterns.” Finally, see how to create a rough stone texture using the Clouds filter.

-BPSOP Instructor: Lee Varis

Lee Teaches:

Photoshop Layers Fundamentals: Selections, Masks, and Adjustments

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