Practical Photoshop2 min lettiComputers
Craft A Painterly Figure
Open Photoshop, then go to File > New, set Background Contents to Black and click OK. Next, drag and drop the shape that you want to use. We used an outline of a dancer here, but you can find many other shapes and figures online. Resize the image wit
Practical Photoshop1 min lettiComputers
Learn Lightroom Today!
This issue, learn how to create and save custom layout templates in the Print Module If you’d like to watch the complete course now, get the app from the Apple App Store LIKE THIS? NOW AVAILABLE ON THE APPLE APP STORE BIT.LY/TYLRAPP BUY NOW! WATCH TH
Practical Photoshop4 min lettiComputers
Essentials
If you’re relatively new to editing in Photoshop, or you just don’t know where to begin, then this section is the best place to get started. Over the next 10 pages, you’ll find an overview of the different versions of Photoshop available; a breakdown
Practical Photoshop2 min lettiComputers
The Image-editing Workflow
The image-editing process begins as soon as you’ve transferred your photos from your memory card to your computer. 1 The first stage is to begin sifting through your pictures to discover which are the keepers. The image organizer that comes with Phot
Practical Photoshop1 min lettiComputers
The Basics Of Raw Processing
The latest version of the raw file processor included with Photoshop is so powerful that most photos can be processed entirely in the raw processor, with no need for further editing in Photoshop. And by making your adjustments in Adobe Camera Raw, ra
Practical Photoshop2 min lettiScience & Mathematics
Six Essential Layers For Photos
Photoshop has many types of layers and adjustment layers available, but there are six that you’ll find you need to use again and again. Learning how they should be used may seem a little daunting for beginners, but once you’ve got to grips with them,
Practical Photoshop1 min lettiComputers
14 Essential Keyboard Shortcuts
Reset the foreground and background colors to black and white Zoom in or out of the image Create a merged copy of all the layers in the layer stack Temporarily switch the current tool to the Hand tool, for moving around the image while zoomed in Swit
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Practical Photoshop
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Practical Photoshop1 min lettiInternet & Web
Editor’s Note
This issue, we take a look at some of our favorite tools and techniques for edits that are effective on most, if not all, of the images you open. Elsewhere you’ll find top techniques for moody monochrome portraits and automatic sky replacement, and y
Practical Photoshop4 min letti
7 Best-ever Image Edits
Profiles have been around for a couple of years now, and have changed the way many of us edit our photos. Available in Camera Raw or Lightroom’s Basic Panel, Profiles are simply starting points for further edits. There are some Profiles that are desi
Practical Photoshop3 min letti
Give Your Scene A Brand‑new Sky
In October Adobe released the latest version of Photoshop. One of Photoshop CC 2021’s headline features is the new Sky Replacement Tool, which uses machine learning to automatically recognize the sky in your outdoor photos, isolate it and drop in ano
Practical Photoshop2 min letti
BOLD AND BEAUTIFUL B&W
Black-and-white treatments and portraiture go hand in hand. But what’s the best way to strip out the color, and what other edits can we make to enhance a monochrome image? In this tutorial, we’ll explore a few techniques you can use to create stunnin
Practical Photoshop1 min letti
Liquid Motion
Here we’ll look at how to craft a colorful dancer image from a series of photos of paint. This involves both shooting skills and Photoshop techniques. First, we’ll get set up to shoot vibrant photos of paint by capturing the colors as they travel thr
Practical Photoshop2 min lettiScience & Mathematics
Paint Drops
A small fish tank like this is ideal, but any plastic or glass container will work. Ensure the glass is as clean as possible before you start filling the tank with water. You’ll need to refresh the water after every few shots, so this project is best
Practical Photoshop1 min lettiScience & Mathematics
Shooting Paint Abstracts
Acrylic paints work best for this project: they don’t mix with water, so they’ll stay clumped together when you drop them in the water. If the paints are too thick, try mixing them with a dash of white spirit. Experiment with the height at which you
Practical Photoshop1 min lettiComputers
Remove Jpeg Artifacts
This can be handy if you want to blow up low-quality JPEGs, such as images from the web or cache files. It fixes artifacts and smooths out transitions in low-quality JPEGs. Here the original image was saved at 1,000px wide at JPEG Quality 2. You can
Practical Photoshop3 min letti
Make Majestic Scenes With The Magic Wand
WATCH THE VIDEO https://bit.ly/35GDAgu The Magic Wand is one of Photoshop’s best selection tools, especially if you need to target an area of an image that is uniform in color or tone, like the backdrop to the bonsai tree image above. The tool works
Practical Photoshop4 min lettiScience & Mathematics
HDR In Monochrome
WATCH THE VIDEO https://bit.ly/35CFFtx High-dynamic-range photos are usually associated with bold colors and eye-popping images, and less so with black-and-white images. So if the colors are part of the draw of HDR, why use it in your mono shots? HDR
Practical Photoshop1 min lettiComputers
Learn Lightroom Today!
This issue, learn clever ways to sort and view your photos in the Library Module WATCH THE VIDEO https://bit.ly/2H9Amse If you’d like to watch the complete course now, get the app from the Apple App Store LIKE THIS? NOW AVAILABLE ON THE APPLE APP STO
Practical Photoshop4 min lettiComputers
Essentials
If you’re relatively new to editing in Photoshop, or you just don’t know where to begin, then this section is the best place to get started. Over the next 10 pages, you’ll find an overview of the different versions of Photoshop available; a breakdown
Practical Photoshop1 min lettiComputers
Editor’s Note
Over the years, the range of filter effects on offer in Photoshop has started to look rather stale and generic. But now, with the new Neural Filters in Photoshop CC 2021, things have become a lot more interesting. These AI-powered effects mark a bold
Practical Photoshop2 min lettiComputers
The Image-editing Workflow
The image-editing process begins as soon as you’ve transferred your photos from your memory card to your computer. 1 The first stage is to begin sifting through your pictures to discover which are the keepers. The image organizer that comes with Phot
Practical Photoshop1 min letti
Practical Photoshop
Editor James Paterson Art Editor Rosie Webber Production Editor Richard Hill Content Director Chris George Senior Art Editor Warren Brown Editor James Paterson james.paterson@futurenet.com Art Editor Rosie Webber Production Editor Richard Hill richar
Practical Photoshop1 min lettiComputers
The Basics Of Raw Processing
The latest version of the raw file processor included with Photoshop is so powerful that most photos can be processed entirely in the raw processor, with no need for further editing in Photoshop. And by making your adjustments in Adobe Camera Raw, ra
Practical Photoshop1 min lettiComputers
Neural Filters
Released in October 2020, Photoshop CC 2021 brings a raft of new features and updates. One of the most interesting is Neural Filters, which employ artificial intelligence to apply an effect or carry out a task. Each filter can analyze an image and ma
Practical Photoshop2 min lettiScience & Mathematics
Six Essential Layers For Photos
Photoshop has many types of layers and adjustment layers available, but there are six that you’ll find you need to use again and again. Learning how they should be used may seem a little daunting for beginners, but once you’ve got to grips with them,
Practical Photoshop1 min letti
How To Use Style Transfer
As the name suggests, Style Transfer lets you mimic the style of a piece of artwork. There are over 50 preset artworks to choose from, including famous works by Van Gogh, Degas and Gauguin. Choose a preset and the style of the art will be transferred
Practical Photoshop1 min lettiComputers
14 Essential Keyboard Shortcuts
Reset the foreground and background colors to black and white Zoom in or out of the image Create a merged copy of all the layers in the layer stack Temporarily switch the current tool to the Hand tool, for moving around the image while zoomed in Swit
Practical Photoshop1 min letti
The Best Of Style Transfer
Katsushika Hokusai’s famous painting ‘Under the Wave off Kanagawa’ (sometimes known as ‘The Great Wave’) is a nice choice for landscapes and outdoor scenes like this. This white and red flower gives a pleasingly bold result. Note too how the car has
Practical Photoshop1 min lettiTechnology & Engineering
Skin Smoothing
This is the only other fully featured Neural FIlter besides Style Transfer, although more are expected soon. Skin Smoothing automatically detects faces and smooths the skin for you. You can control the amount of blur and smoothness to fine-tune the e
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