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Photoshop: Aligning & Merging Images

Following on from the other post regarding "Photomerge" one of the things I did not show you was how you would edit the images if they are not quite right.  For example the photomerge...


Photoshop: Watermarking & Copyright

With all your hard work the last thing you want is someone coming along and stealing your work saying that it was thier own. Although your using Photoshop you can still get around...


Photoshop: Layer Mask Vectors

Following the very successful "Layer Masks" video I upload late last year, I thought I should expand on this avenue further. So here we are layer masks with vectors. Using vectors give the user...


Photoshop: Hand Drawing A Picture

This video is a little bit out there with things you want to do with Photoshop. This video will explain part of the reasons (not all!) why you use "Paths". I was challenged a...


Photoshop: Vibrance

Using adjusments in photoshop will make either a markedly better or worse change to your image. As there are so many options available in PhotoShop we are going to just takle two of...


Photoshop: History Brush

Okay, this is a weird concept to understand to start with but after a couple of attempts makes a whole lot of sense! The history brush is a way to retain all the changes you...


Photoshop: Clone Stamp And Heal Brush

When you get down to altering your images it is important to work out the differences between certain tools. In this video we shall tackle the differences between the "Clone Stamp" and the...


Photoshop: Perspective Edits In 3D

Photoshop make creating perspective editing a joy rather than a hassle! "In perspective" editing is the ability to transform images without you having to worry about altering the size of brush, colour or anything else...


Photoshop: Undestructive Editing

So how do we manipulate images in Photoshop? ...well hang on a second, what you need to be is be very careful, as any changes to the image are destructive to the base image....

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