Retouching can be a complicated and involved process that requires numerous tweaks to arrive at a final, satisfactory outcome. If you need to annotate an image with a number of corrections, then the Notes tool can be an invaluable aid…
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Photoshop is fine when you already know what you want to do, but Photoshop plug-ins can give you an instant insight into how your image can look with different effects applied. That’s where Photoshop plug-ins like Tiffen Dfx 3.0 are so valuable, or Nik Color Efex Pro 4.
We delve into the world of Photoshop’s Filters and Layer Styles to show that perfection isn’t always all it’s cracked up to be!
Learn how to recreate the distortion of a photographer’s fisheye lens by using the Photoshop’s nifty Spherize filter.
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Each month Practical Photoshop sets you a task to create something in Photoshop. This month’s Challenge is inspired by traditional darkroom techniques. Take a look at the image above for an example of what we’re looking for, and read our five top tips below to help you get started.
Give your subjects a rough and ready makeover and learn to control the Dodge and Burn tools with this excellent non-destructive technique.
Use the Refine Edge controls to perfect selections and get rid of unwanted bits of background colour.
We are pleased to announce that we have a winner for our Photoshop workshop competition! Phil Blewett is the lucky winner who will be going along to Glyn’s creative compositing Photoshop workshop.