Move Things in Photos with Content Aware

Move Things in Photos with Content Aware

In this latest tutorial we're going to take a look at a little known (but super powerful) tool in Photoshop called the Content Aware Move tool. It's one of those features that requires a certain photo to work with, but once you know the formula, it can actually come...

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Printing is Like Playing Monopoly

Printing is Like Playing Monopoly

If you saw the headline for the article you're probably thinking "Wow! Matt has really lost it these days". But bear with me and if you make it to the end, I have a very rewarding assignment for you. I recently released a course called "The Perfect Print" and it's all...

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ON1 360 Desktop Mobile Overview

ON1 360 Desktop Mobile Overview

Hi all. ON1 just released their latest update (which is free for all current ON1 2020 owners). This latest updated includes the brand new ON1 360. Basically, 360 is the "cloud" technology that allows you to sync photos from the desktop version of ON1 to your phone or...

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What’s New in Photoshop (June 2020 Update)

What’s New in Photoshop (June 2020 Update)

Adobe just released an update to Photoshop 2020. And while there aren't a ton of new features, if you're in to making selections of people/hair, you're going to be amazed at the Select Subject improvements that were made in the latest version. In addition, Adobe gave...

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What’s New in Lightroom Classic (June 2020 Update)

What’s New in Lightroom Classic (June 2020 Update)

It's that time again. Every few months Adobe does what they call a "dot" update to many of their products and Lightroom is usually one of them. These aren't the BIG updates that come every fall, but they usually sneak a cool feature or two in to them and this release...

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10 Photoshop Tips You Need to Know

Photoshop is such a powerful program. But along with that power comes some complexity, and that really holds true when you find out all of the little tips and tricks we have available in such a big program. In today's video, I'm sharing 10 Photoshop Tips and Tricks...

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Do You Really Need the Histogram?

Do You Really Need the Histogram?

In just about every live class I do, I'll get asked why I don't use the Histogram to edit with in Lightroom. It's not that I don't feel the information in the histogram is useful. Some (not all) of it is. But it's more about the fact that the information that is...

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Picking the Right Photos for Texture Blending

Picking the Right Photos for Texture Blending

As I get ready to release my Wildlife Texture Blending course next week, I wanted to get you thinking about what types of photos work well for this type of technique.  Much like many Photoshop techniques, your success can depend on the photo you choose. Replacing a...

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Get the Most from Adobe #10: Adobe Fonts

Get the Most from Adobe #10: Adobe Fonts

I don't promise many things but I bet the first 45 seconds of this video shows you a feature in Photoshop you never knew was there (okay, I only bet this to most of you...) 🙂 Also, continuing with the "How to get the most from Adobe" series, we're going to take a...

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Get the Most From Adobe #8: Adobe Capture

Get the Most From Adobe #8: Adobe Capture

You may (or may not have) noticed that in each of these "Get the Most" videos I'm flip flopping between a photography feature and an overall creative feature. This time around we're going to take a look at Adobe Capture. This is yes another app you get for free as...

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Get the Most From Adobe #7: Use AI to Search Photos

Get the Most From Adobe #7: Use AI to Search Photos

In the next video in the "Get the Most From Adobe" series, we'll take a look at some pretty amazing technology. The only catch is this only works in the "cloud" version of Lightroom (Not Classic), or either of the apps on your phone/tablet. Essentially, Adobe's AI...

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