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When You Should Use Photoshop Over Lightroom

When You Should Use Photoshop Over Lightroom

While Lightroom is generally used for cataloging, global edits, and basic local edits and Photoshop is used for more advanced post-processing, there is a definite overlap between the features and capabilities of the two applications. This great video details when you should use Photoshop versus when you can afford to stay in Lightroom.

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An Even Faster Way to Remove Harsh Shadows Using Photoshop

An Even Faster Way to Remove Harsh Shadows Using Photoshop

Last year, Unmesh Dinda of PiXimperfect produced an excellent tutorial on how to remove harsh shadows from an image using Photoshop. In this new video, he reveals a much faster way to achieve equally good results.

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How to Color Grade a Photo Using Gradient Maps in Photoshop

How to Color Grade a Photo Using Gradient Maps in Photoshop

Color grading is one of the best places to have fun stylizing a photo and to add a recognizable personal touch to your images. This fantastic video will show you a quick, powerful, and versatile method for color grading your photos by using gradient maps in Photoshop.

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How I Created This Victorian Horror Composite in Photoshop

How I Created This Victorian Horror Composite in Photoshop

In this video walkthrough, watch as I show you how I created this photo manipulation horror composite portrait image in Photoshop.

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Adobe Photoshop for iPad Gains Curves and Apple Pencil Pressure Support

Adobe Photoshop for iPad Gains Curves and Apple Pencil Pressure Support

Adobe surprised everyone with a Photoshop for iPad announcement when they said it was “full Photoshop.” Creatives were elated, but then later disappointed when that apparently meant the algorithms were the same as on desktop (good news), but the features were not (not so good). Major features such as Curves were not even available at launch, but today, at least some of that has changed.

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Check Out This Fantastic Bundle of Portrait Retouching Classes From Sony Artisan Chris Orwig

Check Out This Fantastic Bundle of Portrait Retouching Classes From Sony Artisan Chris Orwig

Last week, I sat down to do four portrait retouching courses from Chris Orwig. This enormous bundle of informative and accessible tutorials is packed with easily digested information. My confidence when it comes to editing portraits is now significantly higher.

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A Complete Guide to Frequency Separation, Dodging and Burning, and Color Grading in Photoshop

A Complete Guide to Frequency Separation, Dodging and Burning, and Color Grading in Photoshop

Retouching a portrait in Photoshop often takes the use of a wide variety of techniques, all of which you must have a good grasp of to create a professional image. This fantastic video will show you how to use frequency separation, dodging and burning, color grading, and more to retouch a portrait in Photoshop.

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Is the Surface Book 3 a Macbook Pro Killer?

Is the Surface Book 3 a Macbook Pro Killer?

The newly announced Microsoft Surface Book 3 is reportedly their most powerful laptop ever. So could it be good enough to destroy the competition? Namely, the new Apple Macbook Pro 2020. Photographers and creatives alike love Apple products for editing workflows, but could this be the beginning of the end for Apple’s domination of the creative market?

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Why Do We Fill With 50 Percent Grey When Dodging and Burning in Photoshop? Are We Doing It Wrong?

Why Do We Fill With 50 Percent Grey When Dodging and Burning in Photoshop? Are We Doing It Wrong?

Creating a soft light layer and filling it with 50% gray has been a tried and tested Photoshop technique for as long as anyone can remember. However, why do we do this for dodging and burning, and is there a better way of working? This short video asks some surprising questions.

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