The Channel Mixer in Photoshop is often overlooked. But in the hands of someone who knows what to do with it, it can be awesome….IF you can figure out a way of reliably getting what you want. I’ll show you how to tame it in part one of this two part series.
The Selective Color Adjustment gives you all kinds of power over your photo. Learn how to use it!
Take the mystery out of the Curves tool in Photoshop. Its the most powerful single editing tool there is. Understanding it makes all the difference.
Sometimes technique and technical matters get in the way of vision. I had to make a mountain out of a molehill using Free Transform in Photoshop.
Here’s my take on Palette Effects by Blake Rudis. Is it the best photo finishing tool ever? This panel is…well…check this out and see for yourself.
The way you dodge and burn your photos can mean the difference between a “good” photograph and a “great” photograph. It’s really that important! Using a pressure sensitive tablet and the right brushes makes the job easier and much more fun. I get a lot of questions about setting up those kinds of brushes in Photoshop. This video should demystify that for you.
I’ve seen so many people box themselves in while editing their RAW files. Applying finishing techniques In Lightroom or another RAW editor before bringing the file into Photoshop is a mistake. There is a proper way to prepare your photos that will give you maximum flexibility in your creative edit. There are two things that […]