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How to swap faces in Photoshop

When working with kids, pets or adults who have eyes that blink, inevitably at some point you are going to take a perfect photo that is ruined by that one person who just cannot look at the camera at the

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How to use the Brush tool in Photoshop

Perhaps you have never really used the Brush tool or indeed Photoshop. Or, maybe you’ve used the Brush tool, but don’t know much about how to use it to its full potential. Today’s video will give you a brief introduction

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How to add neon signs to your images

Here is a really quick and easy way to add neon signs to your images using Adobe Photoshop, using the shape tool and outer glow. Don’t forget you can make you sign any color by using the Hue/ Saturation adjustment

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How to use the Brush tool in Photoshop

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Neon look signs

How to add neon signs to your images

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Selective color in Premiere Pro

You can perform selective coloring in Premiere Pro. If you want to change the color of an object in your video, simply use the Lumetri Color panel. Select the clip and open the Hue Saturation Curves section of the panel.

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