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Mobile Pixel-Pushing With the Wacom One

Mobile Pixel-Pushing With the Wacom One

When working in Photoshop from home or on the road, the new Wacom One tablet can be a super helpful tool that matches up especially well with your laptop, giving you not only the control you get with a stylus and tablet but an additional screen as well.

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Make Your Images More Effective With Carefully Crafted Vignettes

Make Your Images More Effective With Carefully Crafted Vignettes

An image with flat light can come across as forgettable and boring. Make your images more powerful and effective by shaping the light and guiding the eyes of the viewer to where you want them.

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The Power of Selective Color Adjustments in Photoshop

The Power of Selective Color Adjustments in Photoshop

When you hear about selective color, you probably think of aesthetically questionable decisions involving a partially black and white image, but that is not what we are talking about in this case. The selective color adjustment layer is one of the most powerful to ways to make highly precise adjustments to color in Photoshop, and this excellent video tutorial will show you what you can accomplish with it.

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How to Focus Stack an Image and Prepare It for Exposure Blending

How to Focus Stack an Image and Prepare It for Exposure Blending

As you advance in landscape photography, you’ll likely come across techniques such as exposure blending or focus stacking. But what if you want to do both?

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The Client Wants to Buy Their Favorite Image From the Photoshoot, but It Is Not Sharp. What Do You Do?

The Client Wants to Buy Their Favorite Image From the Photoshoot, but It Is Not Sharp. What Do You Do?

It’s a very mixed feeling: you are happy they like the shot, but you are also disappointed that it’s not sharp. I’m going to share my way of dealing with the situation, but I am also curious about your way of handling the problem.

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How to Use Photoshop’s Divide Blend Mode and a Free Math Lesson That Will Blow Your Mind

How to Use Photoshop’s Divide Blend Mode and a Free Math Lesson That Will Blow Your Mind

Given Photoshop’s complexity, it can be incredibly refreshing when someone comes along and explains not only how a certain tool works but also how to use it. This fantastic video from PiXimperfect runs you through how to use the Divide blend mode in Photoshop and packs in a free math lesson which will help you to understand why it does what it does.

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Why We Should All Be Grateful for Adobe

Why We Should All Be Grateful for Adobe

You can not go on any photography-related blog these days without seeing some kind of negative post about Adobe, or an Adobe article without a comments section of people with their pitchforks and lanterns out.

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How to Convert an Image to Black and White Using Photoshop

How to Convert an Image to Black and White Using Photoshop

Creating a successful black and white image takes a lot more than simply pulling all of the saturation out of a color photo. This excellent video tutorial will show you what you need to know to create more effective black and white images using Photoshop.

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How I Used Photoshop to Edit This Cozy, Time-Blended Photo

How I Used Photoshop to Edit This Cozy, Time-Blended Photo

It’s amazing how a few simple insights can open up whole new vistas of possibility in your work. Here’s how a combination of camera work and composite editing were used to create an image of a cozy mountain-scape.

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