I’m sure you’ve taken a picture that needed sharpening at least once in your life. We all have. If a photo is slightly out of focus or if there’s a tiny bit of movement, you can usually make it look better by sharpening it in post-processing. If it’s too blurry though, I’m afraid you’re out […]
The Adobe Photoshop section includes posts and articles that cover tips, tutorials, and best practices for various areas of opening, editing, and exporting photographs and graphics into and from Photoshop. Discussion includes how to effectively utilize this piece of photo editing software in post-processing to best arrive at the result you're looking for. Additional topics include how to work efficiently with all of Photoshop's tools and panels; color, clarity, size, type, filters, etc...for both print and the web.
Using the Zoom & Hand Tools in Adobe Photoshop
The funny thing about Photoshop is that just when you get the hang of using a tool a certain way, you learn that there are about a hundred other ways to use the same tool. I’ll admit, it can be overwhelming at times. The trick is to flip through the various methods of using something […]
Using the Content Aware Patch Tool in Photoshop
Have you ever wanted to make an object in a photograph disappear? I sure have. I’ve gotten rid of balls, people, cars, plants – you name it. Back in the old days, trying to remove objects in Adobe Photoshop was cumbersome and challenging. Today though – not so much. Actually, if the object you’d like […]
How to Straighten a Photo in Photoshop
How many times have to taken a picture of a sunset, building, or something else that was supposed to be level, but wasn’t? We’ve all been there. I can’t even count how many times my photos have come out crooked. I can tell you one thing though, fixing a crooked image in Adobe Photoshop is […]