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Replace selective colour in Photoshop

Replace Selective Colour in Photoshop

Have you ever wanted to replace a certain colour in your picture without affecting the other colours? For example you took a photo of your backyard in the middle of summer and you want to make the grass in your picture greener. Or may be you want to know how your living room will look if you changed the paint and want to experiment with different paint colours to match the furniture! In this tutorial ...

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New Photoshop Workshop

All About the Layers

A New Photoshop workshop for Beginners to Advanced Users 

Photoshop has many powerful tools for photographers. Layers and Mask are effective and important features in Photoshop because they allow you to retouch your digital images non-destructively. Mastering Layers and Masking will change your Photoshop workflow!

Pre-requisite:

Must have basic computer skills, either Mac or PC. Students are required to bring their own laptops already installed with Adobe Photoshop or Photoshop Elements. (Trial versions of Photoshop ...

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Photoshop Layers more in depth

Photoshop Layers more in Depth 

Photoshop Layers is a powerful tool when you learn the uses and workflow of this amazing tool.

Here is an example that you can do almost all of your editing non-destructivly by using Photoshop Layers. In this photo I like how the leaves are composed and backlit.

But I don’t care about the background as it is too distractive and sky in this photo is just a white spot which is distractive as well. So I decided to ...

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Photoshop Non-Destructive Sharpening

Photoshop Non Destructive Sharpening 

How to use Photoshop Non Destructive Sharpening Layer

Photo Tip Friday March 27

Sharpening a picture in Photoshop can be very tricky. It requires you to adjust the Amount of sharpening, the Radius and Threshold of the image to achieve the right amount of sharpening. Unfortunately, if you apply the Sharpening directly to the photo and save it you will permanently change the pixels. If, after you print the photo, you realize there ...

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