Article By Jimmy McIntyre Thank you to Phlearn for this concise tutorial, demonstrating the difference between Flow and Opacity in Photoshop. In digital blending I believe it is best to keep Flow at 100% while only changing the Opacity. Otherwise, if you're brushing through a luminosity mask selection and you go [...]
The Pen Tool is one of the most important selection tools in Photoshop. And at the same time, it is also the tool many people struggle to use. With the Pen Tool we can make extremely precise selections of almost any object. Although it can provide us with accurate selections, it can be a time [...]
Most photographers have felt the frustration of having their images stolen. As we all know, adding a watermark isn't a fool-proof way of avoiding this problem, but it may act as a deterrent to would-be thieves. In this video, Joseph Brewster shows us how to create an action which will quickly and easily apply your [...]
As we'd expect from a Lynda.com tutorial, this video is clear, concise and contains an excellent breakdown of different sharpening filters. Aimed more at beginners to Photoshop, you'll learn how to use the Unsharp Mask tool, Smart Sharpen, and even how to sharpen your images in Adobe Camera RAW!
In this week's Photoshop Secrets tutorials, we learn how to very quickly and easily remove stubborn Chromatic Aberration in Photoshop. If you find that Adobe Camera RAW or Lightroom couldn't remove CA in your images, simply duplicate your image, go to Filter>Blur>Gaussian Blur, choose a radius of around 20, and press OK. Change [...]
We often publish intermediate to advanced Photoshop tutorials on Shutter Evolve, assuming our readers have been long-time PS users. To compensate for this, and give beginners to Photoshop some valuable starting points, we present to you this excellent tutorial from Terry White. There's some very useful information in here for those who've been putting off [...]
Today we have three great tutorials showing you how to achieve a cinematic effect in Photoshop. Even if that isn't the style of processing you go for, you will learn some very useful colour control techniques that will definitely be useful to in the future.
Panoramas form the backbone of many photographers' workflows, especially vertical panoramas in tight compositions. Knowing how to shoot and process them in Photoshop (or other 3rd party software), will give you significantly more options later on down the line. I've found 2 videos on youtube that offer shooting and processing advice for creating panoramas in [...]
We all know how important colour control is in our images. And fortunately we have at our disposal the incredible power of Photoshop and Adobe Camera (or Lightroom) to gain complete colour-control. Ranging from colour correction, to colour enhancement, the tutorials below demonstrate some of the finest colour management techniques in Photoshop and ACR. This [...]
Our DSLRs are monumental pieces of machinery. Mastering it requires a little bit of time and patience. This great video by B&H will give you a solid grounding of 15 hugely important features within your DSLR. And as a bonus, I've included a wonderful video I saw a couple of years ago by the ever-charismatic, [...]