Replace a Sky Using Photoshop

Replace a Sky Using Photoshop
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This in-depth tutorial gives you a step-by-step tutorial using Adobe Photoshop and shows you how to edit a white sky into a beautiful blue day. The process takes a few steps and uses a gradient and second layer but works very well and is very easy to...
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How to Create a YouTube Profile Background [In-Depth]

How to Create a YouTube Profile Background [In-Depth]
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A step-by-step in depth tutorial showing you how to create a background for your YouTube profile using Adobe Photoshop CS4. Image Credits: © Photographer: Rochakred | Agency:...
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Eyes that Pop [In-Depth]

Eyes that Pop [In-Depth]
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An in-depth tutorial in Adobe Photoshop CS4 covering how to make 'eyes that pop'. This tutorial shows you the step-by-step process to achieving bright, vivid eyes in your portraits. Tools Used: Burn, Hue / Saturation, Layers, Layer Mask, Curves Image Credits: Yuri Arcurs | Dreamstime.com © Photographer: Yuri_arcurs | Agency:...
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How-To Move a Layer to a New Image

How-To Move a Layer to a New Image
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A quick 60-second tutorial showing you how to move a layer from one image to another layer within Adobe Photoshop...
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Photoshop Tutorial: Chroma Key Isolated – How to Isolate An Image

Photoshop Tutorial: Chroma Key Isolated – How to Isolate An Image
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An in-depth Adobe Photoshop CS4 tutorial showing you how to isolate an image which is shot over a chrome key or green screen background. Having an image shot over a green screen makes the task of isolation very simple. Once the object or person is isolated it is a simple task to put then on top of a new image to create a new composition. Image Credits: © Photographer: Leaf | Agency: Dreamstime.com © Photographer: Disorderly | Agency:...
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Hair Makeover

Hair Makeover
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An in-depth tutorial showing you how to create a hair make-over using Adobe Photoshop...
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Creating a Border with Rounded Corners

Creating a Border with Rounded Corners
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A quick Adobe Photoshop tutorial showing you how to create an image border with rounded corners. I chose to use the 'Canvas Size' tool for this so that the size of the actual image wasn't reduced at...
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How-to Resize an Image For Printing – Adobe Photoshop Beginner Tutorial [60 Seconds]

How-to Resize an Image For Printing – Adobe Photoshop Beginner Tutorial [60 Seconds]
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A 60-second tutorial giving you a step-by-step guide to resizing your image for print. This Adobe Photoshop CS4 tutorial talks about DPI, image size and resizing...
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How to Update Camera Firmware – Canon 5D Mark II

How to Update Camera Firmware – Canon 5D Mark II
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A comprehensive tutorial showing you how to update the firmware on your camera. This tutorials shows you the step-by-step process to downloading, unzipping, and installing firmware on your DSLR. The latest Canon 5D Mark II firmware can be found...
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How-To Remove the Grids and Guides in Photoshop

How-To Remove the Grids and Guides in Photoshop
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A quick 60 second tutorial explaining how to remove the grids and guides in Adobe Photoshop. The process is simple if you know where to look. You can remove the grids and guides by either using the menu or using shortcuts. The shortcut to remove the guides is : Ctrl + ; The shortcut to remove the grid is : Ctrl + ' Image Credits: Copyright: Tyler Olson - SimpleFoto - Lifestyle Stock...
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