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We are thrilled to have another fun yet informative Google+ Hangout with some industry pros who want to tackle and throw down some pretty cool Photoshop Lightroom tips and tricks. Wednesday, October 30 at 10:00AM PST Join me with special guests Rob Sylvan, Levi Sim and Gerard Murphy for tutorials, some “battle of the best […]

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LayerMasks

There are many ways to use layer masks to blend images together. Let me show you how to create layer masks using gradients in Adobe Photoshop. The technique is easy and can be used for both technical and artistic looks. This works with all versions of Photoshop that have layers. Want all our Photoshop tips? […]

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InCamEffects

Let Scott and Rich show you how to use in-camera effects to get dramatic images quickly.  Some may call it cheating, but we’re all for different ways to get different results. You can check out the whole class here and get a free trial membership here. Disclaimer: This is just one way to achieve an effect. ______ This […]

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addingamask

Do you need to delete pixels or make part of an image transparent?  There’s a better way that’s nondestructive and gives you perfect transparency and future editability.  Learn how to use a Layer Mask on any image.  Do you want to add a layer mask to an image. Join Instructor Richard Harrington as he demonstrates […]

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porsche

Watch Scott shoot a great detail shot of a beautiful car.  He’s using a wide-angle lens on a micro four-thirds body. You can check out the whole class here and get a free trial membership here. Disclaimer: This is just one way to achieve this style of shot. ______ This Post Sponsored by: lynda.com Learn photography anytime, anywhere, and […]

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blurbit

Want to take complete control over your depth of field? Check out the Lens Blur effect in Photoshop which let’s you draw depth of field and get a realistic effect with both bokeh and grain.

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thbuap

Photoshop offers a cool tool to work backwards in time.  The Photoshop History Brush lets you combine multiple states of an image.  The technique is incredibly useful and powerful. Give me two minutes and I’ll show you a how to take complete control over your post processing. Can’t see the video?  Click Here. Disclaimer: This is just […]

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