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Photoshop Bootcamp 101 is an 18 hour (3 hour workshop in each session) course. This group of hands-on workshops is specifically designed to help enthusiastic digital photographers understand the technical aspects of digital photography editing software (such as Photoshop Elements ...More Info...
Creating a water drop in Photoshop is very easy and simple. But creating raindrops is different. It needs more advanced techniques. In this Photoshop tutorial I will show you how to create raindrops and add a different look to some of your images. Credit for this tutorial goes to Howard Pinsky who gave me the insight of doing this tutorial. I modified his ...More Info...
We all know how important it is to shoot portraits against a nice backdrop. But we may not always have access to different colours or patterns for backdrops. Thanks to digital capture and editing processes, we can create our very own customized backdrop in Photoshop Elements or CC in no time. For those of you who haven’t yet worked out how ...More Info...
Did you know that Photoshop is not a non-destructive software? What does that mean to you?
That means, if you do not have the right workflow, you can make irreversible changes to your original image. Stay tuned for our upcoming Photoshop Editing Bootcamp to learn more about workflow in Photoshop.
In this tip I am going to show you How to remove the background safely by using Layers and Masking.