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Focus On Your Subject By Using Layers
How to create snow in Photoshop
Add Hanging Letters on an Image using Photoshop
Photoshop Luminance Masks
Saving A Photoshop Look Up Table
Get to know the Photoshop interface, part two
Taming Interior Reflections
Multiple Layer Styles in Photoshop CC 2015
Photoshop CC 2015 Top 5 Features
Perfect Pose for an Infant with Photoshop’s Quick and Easy Masking Tools
Targeted Color Adjustments in Photoshop
Adding Winter Snow to a Sunny Photo

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Get to know the Photoshop interface, part two

Understanding Photoshop is a biweekly column that takes an in-depth look at how digital photographs are built and manipulated. It is a college-level course in plain english for free at Photofocus. To learn more see this article. Don’t skip column

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Taming Unwanted Reflections

Taming Interior Reflections

Photographing interiors means dealing with tons of reflective surfaces just waiting to spoil the fun. These little mirrors are everywhere bringing unwanted reflections into what would be an otherwise inviting inside space. The answer is simple. Show those offensive mirrored

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Multiple Layer Styles in Photoshop CC 2015

Editor’s Note: Photoshop CC (2015) recently released. For complete details, see this Photoshop CC (2015) FAQ. Photoshop CC 2015 now allows you to add multiple of the same layer style to a single layer. Add multiple drop shadows, strokes, overlays,

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Photoshop CC 2015 Top 5 Features

Editor’s Note: Photoshop CC (2015) released today. We’ll have ongoing coverage of new features… but here’s a quick video about the top 5 features for all users. For complete details, see this Photoshop CC (2015) FAQ. Photoshop CC 2015 is

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Quick Photo Composition in Photoshop

In this video, you’ll learn how to quickly turn a plain photo shoot into a fantastic one. This technique uses the Quick Selection Tool, Refine Edge, and Adjustment Layers. Disclaimer: This is only one way to composite a photo in

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Simple Background Magic for Photos

I want to share a simple way to apply a “texture” to a plain or seamless background. A texture is an image of almost anything that can be appropriately ghosted back adding a “texture” to the background. I use images

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Blur Your Background Elements in Photoshop

In this tutorial, learn how to easily blur the background behind your transparent elements in Photoshop. This is perfect when designing website mockups! [youtube=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5rxiGCUHtTQ] Disclaimer: This is just one way to blur elements in Photoshop. For more tutorials go to

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Colorize a Black and White Photo in Photoshop

Take a ‘boring’ black and white photo, and give it some color in Photoshop! This tutorial covers selection methods, Adjustment Layers, and Layer Masks, all of which will help you in your photo editing. [youtube=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r68BN6Mx6es] Disclaimer: This is just one

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Photographing the Arctic: What I learned

As a self-proclaimed lover of winter, snow and the crisp cold air that comes with it, heading to the Arctic was a bucket list item. I’ve always been fascinated by the polar regions and I am beyond fortunate to have

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On Photography: Ron Sherman, 1942-present

On Photography: Ron Sherman, 1942-present

“My first ‘f8 and be there’ opportunity was when I saw smoke from a fire on the horizon, grabbed my camera, and was first on the scene at a major gasoline fire in Doraville [Georgia] in 1972.” -Ron Sherman Ron

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