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Photoshop’s skewing feature is a great way to realistically add an image to a billboard, a wall or just about anything. Combining smart objects enables you to place the image once and swap out images at a later time keeping the same skew perspective. Give it a try!

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I can’t imagine jumping into the industry as the son of Joel Grimes, a rather well known portrait photographer and educator. But I have to applaud him, he’s making quite a name for himself as he jumps head first into the videographer roll. Meet Aaron Grimes, videographer. Aaron and his father were commissioned by the […]

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Editor’s Note: This is an opinionated review of a product by two writers for the site — Mykii Liu and Rich Harrington.  Between them they’ve owned every iPhone.  While they don’t have secret access before the rest of the world (but they’d like to) they have pored over specs, keynotes, videos, and more.  Let the advice ensue. […]

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In this quick tutorial, I show you three methods of correcting underexposed images in Photoshop, using Camera Raw, and Adjustment Layers. Follow Howard on Twitter This Post Sponsored by: LensRentals.com Be a kid in a camera store. Rent lenses, cameras, lighting and more from the original and best online photographic and video equipment rental company.  Use PHOTOFOCUS10 in […]

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Most users will either use Curves a lot or they won’t use it at all. The Curves interface is more complex than Levels, which scares away many users. While Levels gives you three control points (highlights, midtones, and shadows), the Curves adjustment allows for up to 16 control points. This can significantly open up more […]

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In celebration of back to school season, we’ve lowered the price on all our books.

Photoshop User Magazine just gave our new Lightroom book a perfect 5-star review.

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New users often have a hard time when color correcting or enhancing images. They generally lose sight of the goal: making the image look better and while still being believable. Many users go “too far” in their quest to fix images. If the image starts to look fake or too altered, it will be distracting. […]

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