Adding Space Between “Stuff” in Photoshop

Adding Space Between “Stuff” in Photoshop

Happy Friday everyone! Most of my tutorials come from actual things that I do to my photos. Well, the other day I took my camera out for a walk on the "Osprey Trail" at a place called Honeymoon Island near my home. When I got back, I liked the way this branch actually...

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Wide Angle Photoshop Tip

Wide Angle Photoshop Tip

Hi everyone! In this tutorial we'll take a look at some wide angle tips when it comes to shooting as well as some Photoshop techniques you can do to enhance your photos and actually add more impact if you're using a wide angle lens. https://youtu.be/MkDYpeBhP9Q

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2021 Calendar Templates for Lightroom, Photoshop and ON1

2021 Calendar Templates for Lightroom, Photoshop and ON1

Well, it’s that time of year again. Each year I’ve shared some calendar templates for Lightroom. This year, those of you that use ON1 Photo will be excited to know that ON1 has enabled a feature in the past couple of years that will allow them to work with ON1 as...

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What’s New in ON1 Photo Raw 2021

In this video we'll take a look at some of the new features in ON1 Photo Raw 2021. This year they've added Color Range masking, new AI Portrait tools, Full screen mode and a new healing brush. If you want to download or have any questions about ON1, please visit their...

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Solved! Sky Replacement AND Auto Reflection Tip

In my previous video on Advanced Sky Replacement I had mentioned that Photoshop doesn't do the reflection. Then one of my readers had a great idea and guess what... it worked! In this video, I'll show you a quick easy tip to get Photoshop to also replace the...

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Advanced Sky Replacement with Photoshop 2021

Photoshop's new Sky Replacement feature has been getting a lot of great feedback. In this tutorial we'll take a deeper look at all of the settings in Photoshop 2021's brand new Sky Replacement tool (including how to create a reflection). Free Sky Sample Pack:...

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How Less Can Really Be More

While creating my new Texture packs, I had a thought to share that has come up a few times lately. It has to do with the old saying that less is more. When it comes to photography and photo editing, we'll find that thought can weave its way into a number of areas....

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Seascape Start to Finish Edit in Lightroom

Hey everyone! This week I have a full start to finish edit for you of a seascape photo I took a while back. It all starts in Lightroom Classic, and most of the work is done there. But I do jump to Photoshop at the end for a quick adjustment too. Enjoy!...

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Why I Use a Pressure Sensitive Tablet for Editing Photos

Why I Use a Pressure Sensitive Tablet for Editing Photos

A popular question I hear all the time is whether or not I use a tablet. And it's always followed up by why? I think the answer is usually a surprise to people, because I have a very specific reason for using a tablet - so I figured I'd talk a little about it in this...

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