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Using a Levels Adjustment to Remove a Color Cast in Photoshop
If you shoot under mixed lighting or with the wrong white balance preset, you can get a nasty color cast...
Comparing Photoshop to Film Photography
Our colleagues at lynda.com have been running a great series of videos commemorating Photoshop's 25th anniversary. In this mini-documentary they...
My Photoshop Story | Brooke Shaden, Fine Art Photographer
Some photographers are driven to capture the world as it is; Brooke Shaden wants to capture the world as it...
Learning Pixelmator: The Painting Tools
With advanced brushes and complete gradient tools, the painting options inside of Pixelmator are very useful. Inside you'll find a...
Learning Pixelmator: Sharpening Images
Sometimes your camera's sensor softens your digital images, and they need a bit of sharpening. Pixelmator can help. Learn how...
Learning Pixelmator: Formatting & Stylizing Text
We've been exploring Pixelmator over the last several months. It's an alternative to tools like Photoshop. Continuing our look, let's...
Learning Pixelmator: The Retouching Tools
We're always looking out for new tools to try and enhance our digital photos. In this tutorial I'll show you...
Learning Pixelmator: Adding Layer and Clipping Masks
With the use of layers and clipping masks in Pixelmator, you can precisely control how images are composited. Learn how...
A Free Class on Stop Motion Animation
Our partners over at lynda.com have unlocked 12 classes as part of their 12 Days of Learning. This is a...
Using Battery Powered Lights
Lighting options that don't require electric power cords are always welcome. In this tutorial I'll explore some benefits and workflows...
Learning Pixelmator: Remove Blemishes in a Photo
Editor's Note: Pixelmator is a popular photo editing package available on the Mac platform only. In the coming months we'll...
Learning Pixelmator: Adjusting Color & Exposure
Editor's Note: Pixelmator is a popular photo editing package available on the Mac platform only. In the coming months we'll...

Comparing Photoshop to Film Photography

Our colleagues at lynda.com have been running a great series of videos commemorating Photoshop’s 25th anniversary. In this mini-documentary they head into a traditional darkroom with photographer Konrad Eek. Watch Konrad Eek work up a print using only darkroom techniques.

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Learning Pixelmator: The Painting Tools

With advanced brushes and complete gradient tools, the painting options inside of Pixelmator are very useful. Inside you’ll find a wide array of tools for painting and drawing. These can also be used to create hand-painted masks of dodging and

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Learning Pixelmator: Sharpening Images

Sometimes your camera’s sensor softens your digital images, and they need a bit of sharpening. Pixelmator can help. Learn how to sharpen images in Pixelmator in this tutorial. This tutorial is a single movie from the Up and Running with

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Learning Pixelmator: Formatting & Stylizing Text

We’ve been exploring Pixelmator over the last several months. It’s an alternative to tools like Photoshop. Continuing our look, let’s explore text. Let me show you how to edit and style text in Pixelmator. You’ll learn both design and editorial

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Learning Pixelmator: The Retouching Tools

We’re always looking out for new tools to try and enhance our digital photos. In this tutorial I’ll show you how to use Pixelmator to improve images and remove blemishes. This tutorial is a single movie from the Up and

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A Free Class on Stop Motion Animation

Our partners over at lynda.com have unlocked 12 classes as part of their 12 Days of Learning. This is a chance to take 12 free classes without needing to sign up for a trial. My recommendations is that you try

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Using Battery Powered Lights

Lighting options that don’t require electric power cords are always welcome. In this tutorial I’ll explore some benefits and workflows when using battery-powered lights on a video set. These constant lights can also be adapted for use on a photo

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Learning Pixelmator: Remove Blemishes in a Photo

Editor’s Note: Pixelmator is a popular photo editing package available on the Mac platform only. In the coming months we’ll continue to provide you coverage of new tools and more software packages. Using Pixelmator’s Repair tool, you can easily remove

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Learning Pixelmator: Adjusting Color & Exposure

Editor’s Note: Pixelmator is a popular photo editing package available on the Mac platform only. In the coming months we’ll continue to provide you coverage of new tools and more software packages. Whether its white balance or color cast, getting

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Learning Pixelmator: The Painting Tools

With advanced brushes and complete gradient tools, the painting options inside of Pixelmator are very useful. Inside you’ll find a wide array of tools for painting and drawing. These can also be used to create hand-painted masks of dodging and

Read More

Learning Pixelmator: Sharpening Images

Sometimes your camera’s sensor softens your digital images, and they need a bit of sharpening. Pixelmator can help. Learn how to sharpen images in Pixelmator in this tutorial. This tutorial is a single movie from the Up and Running with

Read More

Learning Pixelmator: Formatting & Stylizing Text

We’ve been exploring Pixelmator over the last several months. It’s an alternative to tools like Photoshop. Continuing our look, let’s explore text. Let me show you how to edit and style text in Pixelmator. You’ll learn both design and editorial

Read More

Learning Pixelmator: The Retouching Tools

We’re always looking out for new tools to try and enhance our digital photos. In this tutorial I’ll show you how to use Pixelmator to improve images and remove blemishes. This tutorial is a single movie from the Up and

Read More

A Free Class on Stop Motion Animation

Our partners over at lynda.com have unlocked 12 classes as part of their 12 Days of Learning. This is a chance to take 12 free classes without needing to sign up for a trial. My recommendations is that you try

Read More

Using Battery Powered Lights

Lighting options that don’t require electric power cords are always welcome. In this tutorial I’ll explore some benefits and workflows when using battery-powered lights on a video set. These constant lights can also be adapted for use on a photo

Read More

Learning Pixelmator: Remove Blemishes in a Photo

Editor’s Note: Pixelmator is a popular photo editing package available on the Mac platform only. In the coming months we’ll continue to provide you coverage of new tools and more software packages. Using Pixelmator’s Repair tool, you can easily remove

Read More

Learning Pixelmator: Adjusting Color & Exposure

Editor’s Note: Pixelmator is a popular photo editing package available on the Mac platform only. In the coming months we’ll continue to provide you coverage of new tools and more software packages. Whether its white balance or color cast, getting

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The Challenges of Shooting with Fast Prime Lenses

Prime lenses have plenty of benefits, but they also have their challenges. Learn about some of these drawbacks and challenges in this tutorial. Watch the follow-up movies within this series at . [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tiB3CulUGiE] This specific tutorial is from the Video

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Using Three-Axis Moves for Motion Timelapse

This brief tutorial showcases how you can use the three axes of motion in your time-lapse shoots. Watch more at. You can catch Keith Kiska along with Rich Harrington and Ron Risman for a workshop on Timelapse photography in the

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