Category Archive: Tutorial

Sep 18 2014

Topaz Impression

Finally an ACCURATE Paint Filter Program! I have used many Painting Filters in Photoshop.  I have also used many paint filter programs.  There was always something I did not like about them though.  I could always tell a Filter was applied to get the look.  If I looked closely I could see repeating patterns and …

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Sep 12 2014

Batch Processing in Photomatix Pro 5.0

Want to make your HDR process more efficient? As you may know by now, I am an efficiency and workflow nut!  I love a strong post processing Workflow and like nothing more than to save some time wherever I can.  I recently went to Colorado National Monument on my way to Vegas and I shot …

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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


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


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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