How to Remove Spots in Photoshop CC | Photoshop Quick Tip

How to Remove Spots in Photoshop CC | Photoshop Quick Tip Welcome back! When you are out there, fighting with the seasons trying to take the best image you can, you most likely find yourself in the situation where you have to change the lens. If this happens, then dust can land on your sensor – worst case! If this happens, you will see dark dots on your images; on all of them. It might also be that dirt just lands on your lens – same scenario. In any case, such dirt on images is not pleasant and we need…

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How to Create a Sunset Effect in Photoshop – Example: Irish Sunset | Photoshop Tutorial

How to Create a Sunset Effect in Photoshop – Example: Irish Sunset | Photoshop Tutorial Welcome back! Once more, today is a day to create some magic. We all know how it can be to be on a little photo trip over the day, with the weather just not playing along! It is around early afternoon, everything is gray, and there is no time to wait around for the sunset in the hope that things will clear up. Well, today’s image is a perfect example for one of these days. I went to the south of Ireland some time ago, and…

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How to Create a Dark Vignette in Photoshop | Photoshop Quick Tip

3 Ways on How to Create a Dark Vignette in Photoshop | Photoshop Quick Tip Welcome back! Today I want to show Photoshop beginners three techniques to darken the edges of an image, or how to create a vignette. This is great whenever you wish to place attention on the center of the image rather than having everything equally lit. You will see this being done in many images, especially landscape images – have a look next time you look at some, hehe. So, let’s get started. Option One – Create a Vignette using the Camera Raw Filter (0:15 min) The…

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How to Change Blending Modes Fast in Photoshop | Photoshop Quick Tip

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How to Change Blending Modes Fast in Photoshop | Photoshop Quick Tip Welcome back! Today, I will share a neat trick that I realised not many people are using! To change blending modes fast in Photoshop can be useful for many situations – such as testing which blend mode to use. However, the problem is that changing the blending mode can take forever if you just want to go through them all quickly to see which one looks best for your image. Rejoice, there is a super simple solution for the guys that are in a hurry such as myself. For…

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How to Fix an Underexposed Photo in Photoshop – Example: Sunsets Center | Photoshop Tutorial

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How to Fix an Underexposed Photo in Photoshop – Example: Sunsets Center | Photoshop Tutorial Welcome back! Today’s image is all about working with underexposed images in Photoshop. Before we jump in and I tell you how to fix an underexposed Photo in Photoshop, let me tell you how the image came to be. Some of my friends and I recently spent some time in Utah, and of course, we visited all the national parks we could during our stay. One of them was the Arches National Park, a truly amazing place for a photographer. After spending the whole day…

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How to Post Process Landscape Images in Photoshop – Example: The Arches Entrance | Photoshop Tutorial

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How to Post Process Landscape Images in Photoshop – Example: The Arches Entrance | Photoshop Tutorial Welcome back! Today, I will take you with me to the entrance area of the Arches National Park in Utah. Why not going in? Well, there is no particular reason, but a great photography story. When my friends and I started the hike through the park, it was quite overcast – which is not a problem, I do like dramatic skies as you may know. But the more time we spent in the park, the more I thought about how great it would be…

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How to Process Photos in Photoshop – Example: The Canals of Venice I | Photoshop Tutorial

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How to Process Photos in Photoshop – Example: The Canals of Venice I | Photoshop Tutorial Welcome back! Today, I will take you to beautiful Venice, Italy. I only had the chance to spend a weekend there, but it turned out to be a weekend packed with chances for awesome images. The great thing about going there around the end of January is that the city is relatively empty during that time, making it great fun to walk through all the tiny streets and overlook the vast number of even smaller canals. The downside was the temperature – it was…

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How to Create a Sunset in Photoshop – Example: Path to Tomorrow | Photoshop Tutorial

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How to Create a Sunset in Photoshop – Example: Path to Tomorrow | Photoshop Tutorial Welcome back! Today, I will take you with me to an area close to the Arches National Park in Utah, United States. The park itself is “made” out of tons of amazing stone structures – which I will show you later, hehe. Today, it is all about an area that is really close to the park – one where there is nothing else than bushes and rocks. The view is incredible, especially because there is this strange color combination made of green of the ground…

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How to Edit Landscape Images in Photoshop – Bryce Canyons Guardian | Photoshop Tutorial

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How to Edit Landscape Images in Photoshop – Bryce Canyons Guardian | Photoshop Tutorial Welcome back! Recently, I have spent some months in beautiful Utah, United States. Being there has been an awesome experience – there are so many national parks accumulated in this place that it can never get boring. A camera freak like myself has no other choice than to take the camera and get out of the house as often as possible. One of my many stops was Bryce Canyon, a national park for lazy people. While, usually, one has to hike a lot to get to the…

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How to use Photoshop to Edit Your Landscape Images – Example: Rocks and Bushes | Photoshop Tutorial

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How to use Photoshop to Edit Your Landscape Images – Example: Rocks and Bushes | Photoshop Tutorial Welcome back! This image was taken in Utah, USA. I have spent some months there and can say that the landscape is just something else. Apart from its amazing national parks, it also has a lot of nothing. I do not mean this in any bad way, I mean there are extremely wide bush landscapes that have only that: bushes and rocks. In itself, I find that quite amazing and it reminds me on Ireland, where you also have tons of wide grassland…

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