High Pass Filter – Photoshop Editing Technique [In-Depth]

High Pass Filter – Photoshop Editing Technique [In-Depth]
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A step-by-step walk-through showing you how to edit a photo using Adobe Photoshop CS4 and a High-Pass filter technique. Image Credits © Photographer: Leaf | Agency:...
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How-To Create Smoke Texture with Text

How-To Create Smoke Texture with Text
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An in-depth Adobe Photoshop CS5 Tutorial covering how to create smoke flowing out of text.  The tutorial is just over 15 minutes of detailed instruction walking you through every step needed to create the image...
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Selective Desaturation with Adobe Photoshop

Selective Desaturation with Adobe Photoshop
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This in-depth tutorial shows you the steps involved in desaturating a portion of your image, often called selective desaturation or selective color.  The color photo of a boy is desaturated with the christmas bow kept as a bright red. If you wish to use the image used in this tutorial, it is available at the stock photo site, Shutterstock.com: Little Boy with Red...
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How To Flip an Image or Layer

How To Flip an Image or Layer
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This is another 60 second Adobe Photoshop CS4 tutorial quickly showing you how to flip a layer or image. It's a simple process, you just need to know where to find it in the...
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How-To Make a Custom Brush from a Smoke Texture

How-To Make a Custom Brush from a Smoke Texture
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A quick, in-depth Adobe Photoshop CS5 tutorial showing you how to create a custom brush using texture from a smoke...
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How to Create a Resize Action [In-Depth]

How to Create a Resize Action [In-Depth]
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A step-by-step in depth tutorial showing you how to create an action which can resize a group of images. Actions are useful for mass editing folders of images with very little...
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How-to Batch Resize and Resave a Group of Images

How-to Batch Resize and Resave a Group of Images
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If you have a folder of images you need to resize or save in a different format it can be a lot of work processing them one at a time. Using this simple technique you can quickly (and easily) batch process a large number of images and save them in a variety of...
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Creating an Action to Whiten Teeth

Creating an Action to Whiten Teeth
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An in-depth Adobe Photoshop tutorial showing you how to whiten teeth. With this tutorial I chose to go through the steps fairly quickly. I have explained and zoomed into everything i did, but the flow is the tutorial is quite quick. I wanted to create an efficient tutorial to watch while you were following along and creating your own action. You will probably need to pause the video when you are learning the...
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11 Ways to Zoom in / out and Get Around Your Image

11 Ways to Zoom in / out and Get Around Your Image
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Getting around your image efficiently is critical to working quickly in Photoshop.  Here are a number of smart shortcuts you can use for zooming in, out and panning around the image - allowing you to get around your image faster and speed up your workflow. Image Credits: Olly @ Shutterstock.com | Beautiful Woman on Pier...
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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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