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Ted’s Photoshop Tips: CREATE A PERFECT BACKGROUND

Create a Perfect background in Photoshop 

You may have an excellent photo with a messy background. In this tutorial, I show you how to create a perfect backdrop for images in Photoshop. 

 

I have a perfect portrait in this example, but sadly, the background ruined the picture. So, I picked up a photo for my backdrop and opened both images as layers in Photoshop. The New Photoshop AI makes the job effortless!

Here are the steps:

1 Minute Photoshop Tip

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-Activate the Portrait Layer

-Go to the SELECT menu, and from the dropdown, pick SUBJECT

 -Click on the MASK tool, and the job is done!

Create a Perfect Background in Photoshop

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Ted’s Photoshop Tips: PHOTOSHOP CONTENT-AWARE FILL

Clean Up Your Pictures Using Photoshop Content-Aware Fill

 

You often have an almost perfect photo if there wasn’t that distractive object in your image!

 

This video shows you how to clean up your pictures using the Photoshop Content-Aware Fill and quickly remove those disturbing elements.

1 MINUTE PHOTOSHOP TIP 

 

This video shows you how to clean up your pictures using the Photoshop Content-Aware Fill and quickly remove those disturbing elements.

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  • Open photo in Photoshop
  • Select the Laso tool to make a loose selection around the object
  • Go to EDIT and select the CONTENT-AWARE FILL
  • Check the preview and make any tweaking if needed
  • Click APPLY and then OK to finish the job 

 

Now you have your perfect picture without any distractive elements.

Photoshop Content-Aware Fill

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Ted’s Photoshop Tips: PHOTOSHOP NIGHTSCAPE

Create Photoshop Nightscape: Sky Replacement

Photoshop recently added the Sky Replacement tool and updated the sky scenes with amazing nightscapes.  

 

There are times that we love a picture, but the sky is dull. The Photoshop Sky Replacement is a fantastic asset for creating excellent photos. 

1 MINUTE PHOTOSHOP TIP

Here is how to create a nightscape in Photoshop:

  • Open the picture in Photoshop
  • Go to the EDIT tab, and select the “Sky Replacement.”
  • Let Photoshop does its magic.
  • Choose the sky that you want to use. 
  • Wait for Adobe AI to make its magic.
  • Tweak the adjustment sliders to your liking.
  • All done!

Create Photoshop Night Sky

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Ted’s Photoshop Tips: PHOTOSHOP NEURAL FILTERS

Photoshop Neural Filters: Landscape Mixer

Photoshop Neural Filters provide many tools for manipulating photos to extreme levels. In this video, I showed the power of the Landscape Mixer Filter.

 

There are times that we have a landscape photo and wish it was a little more dramatic. For sure, you can do everything from scratch in Photoshop, but the Landscape Mixer offers strong starting points that you can use.

1 Minute Photoshop Tip

Photoshop Neural Filters:

The Landscape Mixer tool provides an easy way to apply the visual effects and modify them to your taste.

Here is how:

  • Open the picture in Photoshop
  • Go to the FILTER tab, and select the “Neural Filters.”
  • Click on the LANDSCAPE MIXER tab to turn it on.
  • Choose the theme that you are after. In this case, I picked the Sunrise theme.
  • Wait for Adobe AI to make its magic.
  • Tweak the adjustment sliders to your liking.
  • All done!

Photoshop Neural Filters: Landscape Mixer

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Ted’s Photoshop Tips: SKIN SMOOTHING

Photoshop Skin Smoothing using Neural Filters.

We have been using many different techniques for skin smoothing, and it can be a time-consuming retouch.

1 MINUTE PHOTOSHOP TIP

Here is how:

  • Open the picture in Photoshop
  • Go to the FILTER tab, and select the “Neural Filters.”
  • Click on the SKIN SMOOTHING tab to turn it on.
  • Wait for Adobe AI to make its magic.
  • Tweak the BLUR and SMOOTH sliders to your liking.
  • All done!

Photoshop Skin Smoothing Tip

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Ted’s Photoshop Tips: ADD SMILES TO FACES

Add Smiles to Faces using Photoshop Neural Filter.

You took a perfect portrait, but you wish the model had smiled. No worries! You can add smiles to faces using Photoshop Neutral Filters.

1 MINUTE PHOTOSHOP TIP

For instance, while editing the image, a photographer can check if the flash fired and if the White Balance matched the light source.

The relatively new Smart Portrait allows you to tweak portraits to your liking.

In this example, I created a perfect portrait by adding a smile and some minor tweaks. Here is how:

  • Open the picture in Photoshop
  • Go to the FILTER tab, and select the “Neural Filters.”
  • Click on the SMAT PORTRAIT tab. (You need to download it for the first time.)
  • Adjust the Happiness slider to add a smile to the face
  • Tweak the FACIAL AGE, HAIR THICKNESS and EYE DIRECTION to your liking.
  • All done!

Add Smiles to Faces

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Quick Camera Tip: SWITCH TO RAW

Are you ready to Switch to RAW?

 

I am sure you have heard that shooting in Raw Format is the best before. It is true. However, there are many facts that you need to consider before switching to Raw.

If you choose to shoot in RAW, you can enlarge photos beyond the sensor’s resolution of your camera, and the scene of the image will contain high contrast. However, the image will not be ready for display (in print or digitally) right out of the camera. Raw files need post-processing, so you need to make them compatible with printers or displays.
If you are ready to do post-processing, by all means, start shooting in raw and enjoy the benefits.

Switch to Raw

Shooting in raw format
By shooting in Raw format, photographer can capture and maintain more data.

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Ted’s Photoshop Tips: PHOTOSHOP REMOVING COLOUR CAST

Photoshop Removing Colour Cast Tip

Have you ever tried to remove a colour cast from a photo?

It is challenging and time-consuming. Thanks to the new Photoshop Neural Filter, Adobe Sensi makes the job easy.

1 MINUTE PHOTOSHOP TIP

  • Open the picture in Photoshop.
  • Go to Filter > Neural Filters.
  • Select the COLORIZE option.
  • Let Photoshop removes the colour cast!

Photoshop Removing Colour Cast Tip

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