Category Archive: Tutorial

Aug 21 2014

Photoshop CC 2014 Hot Key Hacks!

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Photoshop Hot Key Hacks! Have you ever made a funny shape with your fingers, like an elephant or a dog, and plopped them on the key board while in Photoshop to see what kind of effect it has.  Some Hot Keys make you feel like your hand is turning into a claw-like object of mass …

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Aug 15 2014

Topaz ReMask 4: A Closer Look

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Another Look at Topaz ReMask 4   After the recent Topaz ReMask 4 tutorial, I have received many requests to do a follow-up.  The original ReMask 4 tutorial was focused on one photo with no sky replacement or subject/background swapping.  It focused mainly on making one photo better through a series of specific selections.  While …

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Aug 08 2014

Topaz Clarity an Advanced Look

Topaz Webinar Follow-Up I love doing Webinars with Topaz Labs, they really are the highlight of my month in many cases.  I tend to cram a lot of information into one session.  I don’t do this because I want to confuse people, I do it because I want there to be as much information as …

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Jul 25 2014

How To Make a Custom Preset in Topaz ReStyle

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Custom Presets with ReStyle Topaz ReStyle is such a powerful program!  It has limitless potential for photo toning.  However, my only problem is that there may be too many choices! The first time I hopped in ReStyle I spent hours in there just clicking on random presets.  It was fun, but time consuming to find …

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Jun 27 2014

What’s New in Adobe Camera Raw 8.5 | The Graduated Filter

What’s new in Adobe Camera Raw 8.5?   Among all the chaos of the Photoshop CC 2014 update did you notice that Camera Raw received some awesome new features? What changed in ACR 8.5: New RAW profiles A new Preview button that toggles the adjustments on and off in any panel!  LOVE THIS! The ability …

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Jun 13 2014

Processing Multiple Images in Adobe Camera Raw

It can be difficult to handle the HDR process, especially with so many brackets running around your hard drive.  I have found the most efficient way to manage the chaos is with a very efficient filing system and the power of batch processing.  Batch processing allows you to use the same settings for multiple images …

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