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Five tips for creating cyberpunk artwork

For all those who are reading the title of this article and thinking to themselves, “What the crap is Cyberpunk?” … Well, according to the dictionary it is, “A genre of science fiction set in a lawless subculture of an oppressive society dominated by computer technology.” Just think “Blade Runner” and you’ve got the gist […] The post Five tips for creating cyberpunk artwork appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Cyber Monday, Photography, Photoshop, Tutorials, Editing, Adobe Photoshop, Photoshop Tutorial, Robert Cornelius, Photoshop Education


Learn how to PhotoShop like a pro with a $11 online course from Udemy

Whether you’re into graphic design as a hobby, you’re a photographer, you’re an aspiring graphic designer, or you want to learn 2D game development, these $12 Udemy online courses teach you everything you need to know to become a PhotoShop master in no time. The post Learn how to PhotoShop like a pro with a $11 online course from Udemy appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Deals, Photography, Photoshop, Trends, Online Courses, Udemy, Graphic Design Courses


Learn how to PhotoShop like a pro with a $12 online course from Udemy

Whether you’re into graphic design as a hobby, you’re a photographer, you’re an aspiring graphic designer, or you want to learn 2D game development, these $12 Udemy online courses teach you everything you need to know to become a PhotoShop master in no time. The post Learn how to PhotoShop like a pro with a $12 online course from Udemy appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Deals, Photography, Photoshop, Trends, Online Courses, Udemy, Graphic Design Courses


How to simulate large aperture depth of field outdoors in Photoshop with depth maps

Recently we showed you a tutorial from Unmesh at PiXImperfect on using the Irix Blur tool in Photoshop to simulate a shallow depth of field in the studio. That technique can also be applied to headshots on location, too, but when you’ve got varying degrees of depth throughout your scene, with multiple planes at different levels […] The post How to simulate large aperture depth of field outdoors in Photoshop with depth maps appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Photoshop, Tutorials, Depth of Field, Colin Smith, PhotoshopCAFE, Fake Bokeh


Nvidia releases new Creator Ready Drivers boasting improved performance in Adobe desktop apps

Nvidia unveiled their new Creator Ready Drivers (CRD) for the Titan, RTX 20, GTX 10 and GTX 16 series graphics cards at GTC 2019 last week and now they’re ready to download. Nvidia claims they offer increased performance while offering greater stability with the apps that many photographers, video editors and other creatives use on a […] The post Nvidia releases new Creator Ready Drivers boasting improved performance in Adobe desktop apps appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Photoshop, Nvidia, Drivers, Gpu, Lightroom, Premiere Pro, GTC, CRD


The easy way to create colour grade LUTs in Photoshop for your videos

Lookup Tables (LUTs) are a wonderful feature of most video editing software. They’re sort of like presets that allow you to get a consistent look across multiple clips that when edited together form a sequence. They allow you to remap one set of colours and brightnesses to another. Generally, there are two different types of […] The post The easy way to create colour grade LUTs in Photoshop for your videos appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Photoshop, Tutorials, Luts, Premiere Pro, Nathaniel Dodson, Tutvid, 3D LUTs


The March 2019 Issue of Photoshop User Magazine Is Now Available!

The   is now live on the KelbyOne site and KelbyOne Mags for iOS and Android. In this issue, learn how to bring your imagination to life through photography and Photoshop, plus using the Hue sliders to make your landscape images shine, creating eye-opening portraits in seconds with Face-Aware Liquify, making better selections with Quick Mask mode, and so much more! Check out all the latest magazine articles with our Search Articles feature on the website. We hope you enjoy this issue! ...
Tags: Photography, Featured, Photoshop, KelbyOne, Photoshop User Magazine, Lightroom Magazine Not


The February 2019 Issue of Photoshop User Magazine Is Now Available!

The   is now live on the KelbyOne site and KelbyOne Mags for iOS and Android. This is the unofficial portrait retouching and special effects issue! In this issue, learn quick-and-easy color-correcting techniques that will make your portraits pleasing to the eye, plus how to create a sports design, a puzzle reveal portrait, a cinematic effect, a double exposure, and so much more! This issue’s cover is by KelbyOne Pro member Kelly Robitaille who is the latest winner of her own solo show, T...
Tags: Photography, Featured, Photoshop, Kelly, KelbyOne, Lightroom Magazine, Photoshop User Magazine, Kelly Robitaille, KelbyOne Pro


How to quickly remove flare in Photoshop without cloning

To shoot directly into the sun is both challenging and fun. Challenging because it can be difficult to control the light and, not least, our images are very often marred by sunflare. One simple way of avoiding flare is to shoot an extra exposure with one finger or more obscuring the sun. Admittedly, it happens […] The post How to quickly remove flare in Photoshop without cloning appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Photoshop, Tutorials, Adobe Photoshop, Photoshop Tutorial, Lens Flare, Flare, Photoshop Tips, Ole Henrik Skjelstad


Celebrities posed with their younger selves

Ard Gelinck poses celebrities with their younger selves. Fantastic. More on Instagram at: photo_time_traveling (via Kottke)
Tags: Photos, Post, Photography, Celebrities, News, Photoshop, Age, Shoop, Ard Gelinck


Here’s how to make a background transparent in Photoshop

Photoshop has no shortage of tools for selecting an object and removing a background, but knowing when to use which tool can be a bit confusing. Here are the basic steps for putting Photoshop's select and mask tools to work for you. The post Here’s how to make a background transparent in Photoshop appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, Photoshop, Trends, How-to, Computing, Background, Transparent, Photoshop Tutorial


Six things that will raise your image editing to the next level

When you are taking a photo, it’s always good to achieve as much as you can in-camera. However, we’re not always in the position to do it, and sour photos often call for at least a little enhancement in post. In this video, Jamie Windsor suggests six things that will raise this post-processing part to […] The post Six things that will raise your image editing to the next level appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Image Editing, Photography, Photoshop, Tutorials, Editing, Lightroom, Photo Editing, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Lightroom, Jamie Windsor


These are the five signs that you’re over-editing your landscape photos

When editing your photos, one of the important things to know is when to stop. But while you know that too much editing will ruin your images rather than enhance them, the question remains: when do you know that you’ve gone overboard? In this video, Mark Denney talks about editing landscape photos and shares with […] The post These are the five signs that you’re over-editing your landscape photos appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Image Editing, Photography, Photoshop, Tutorials, Editing, Mistakes, Mistake, Lightroom, Landscape Photography, Photo Editing, Photo Editing Tips, Mark Denney, Photo Editing Mistakes


Triple processing of a single RAW file

Please note that this tutorial is meant for advanced users of Photoshop who are well familiar with layers, masks and luminosity masks. Occasionally when examining a raw file I get a reasonably clear idea on how I would like the end result to be. In this instance I had an inner picture of trees glowing […] The post Triple processing of a single RAW file appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Image Editing, Photography, Photoshop, Tutorials, Lightroom, Photo Editing, Post Processing, Adobe Lightroom, Ole Henrik Skjelstad, Postprocessing


The January Issue of Photoshop User Magazine Is Now AvailableI

The  (the official magazine for KelbyOne Pro members) is now live on the KelbyOne site and KelbyOne Mags for iOS and Android. In this issue, learn how harmonizing the color and composition in your landscape images can bring your photographs to life. Plus, building depth maps in Photoshop to create 2.5D looks, restoring and colorizing old photos, making family photos epic, exploring duotones, and so much more! KelbyOne Pro members have access to more than 70 back issues of Photoshop User magaz...
Tags: Photography, Featured, Photoshop, KelbyOne, Lightroom Magazine, Photoshop User Magazine


The January Issue of Photoshop User Magazine Is Now Available!

The  (the official magazine for KelbyOne Pro members) is now live on the KelbyOne site and KelbyOne Mags for iOS and Android. In this issue, learn how harmonizing the color and composition in your landscape images can bring your photographs to life. Plus, building depth maps in Photoshop to create 2.5D looks, restoring and colorizing old photos, making family photos epic, exploring duotones, and so much more! KelbyOne Pro members have access to more than 70 back issues of Photoshop User magaz...
Tags: Photography, Featured, Photoshop, KelbyOne, Lightroom Magazine, Photoshop User Magazine


13 tips for working with Photoshop curves in 2 minutes

Curves are one of the most valuable and powerful tools contained within Photoshop. Many of us have been using them for years. But do we know all of the tricks when it comes to working with them? Probably not. This short video from Julieanne Kost at Adobe shows us 13 quick tips for working with Photoshop’s Curves […] The post 13 tips for working with Photoshop curves in 2 minutes appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Adobe, Photoshop, Tutorials, Tips And Tricks, Adobe Photoshop, Curves, Julieanne Kost


Going From Lightroom to Photoshop for Focus Stacking

Happy Monday, everybody — I’m just back from a workshop trip to Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada (details over on my blog, with BTS photos — I was a student in the workshop, not the instructor). Anyway, one thing we did a lot of was “Focus Stacking” to expand our depth of field, so the objects directly in front of us would be in focus, and the middle ground would be in focus and the mountains in the distance would all be in perfect focus. All of this, way sharper than you’d get from just s...
Tags: Photography, Featured, Photoshop, Library, Lightroom, Banff National Park, Alberta Canada, Lightroom Tips, Lightroom Classic


How to get Photoshop for free

Want some of the perks of Adobe Photoshop without having to pay the hefty price tag? Here's our guide on how to get Photoshop CS2 completely free of charge — no strings attached. The post How to get Photoshop for free appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, Adobe, Photoshop, Trends, Computing, Photoshop CS2


How I created five distinct fantasy scenes in this historic old hotel

Last summer I got to create a series of editorial images for Grays Court in York. The hotel is well known for its history and has won many awards. Kings and queens of England have graced that building and you can feel it when you are walking through the rooms. The brief was to keep […] The post How I created five distinct fantasy scenes in this historic old hotel appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, England, Photoshop, Fantasy, Tutorials, Tutorial, York, Composite, Photomanipulation, Speed Edit


President Trump Posts Altered Photos to Facebook and Instagram That Make Him Look Thinner

President Donald Trump’s social media accounts are filled with vile racism, idiotic xenophobia, and inaccurate statistics. And now we can add another category to the list: fake photos.Read more...
Tags: Facebook, Apps, Science, Craigslist, Instagram, Crowdfunding, Photoshop, Fat, Mcdonalds, Donald Trump, Fake, Gofundme, Facetune, Fakes, Donald Trump Jr, Ronny Jackson


Photoshop fail gives Aussie leader two left feet in official portrait

The Aussie prime minister doesn't have two left feet, despite an official photograph of the leader and his family suggesting otherwise. It was, of course, a Photoshop fail, and the embarrassing snafu was soon trending on Twitter. The post Photoshop fail gives Aussie leader two left feet in official portrait appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, News, Photoshop, Australia, Trends, Social Media, Photoshop Fail


How to get Photoshop for free

Want some of the perks of Adobe Photoshop without having to pay the hefty price tag? Here's our guide on how to get Photoshop CS2 completely free of charge — no strings attached. The post How to get Photoshop for free appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, Adobe, Photoshop, Trends, How-to, Computing, How To Get Photoshop For Free, Photoshop CS2


Sigma releases Photoshop plugin to add X3F raw import

Sigma has announced a new plugin which adds X3F import support into Adobe Photoshop CC. Sigma camera users have been mostly limited to using Sigma’s own Sigma Photo Pro software to process their camera’s X3F raw files. A few cameras are supported natively by Adobe Camera RAW, but their recent cameras are not. Now, though, […] The post Sigma releases Photoshop plugin to add X3F raw import appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Photoshop, Plugin, Sigma, Camera Raw, Raw Files, X3F


Quickly Remove the Background in Images Without Photoshop by Using This AI Tool

Removing the background in an image typically involves knowing how to use photo-editing software or enlisting the help of someone else who does. Now there’s another solution: using AI.Read more...
Tags: Photography, Photoshop, Lifehacks, Photo Editing


Use This AI Tool to Quickly Remove the Background in Images Without Photoshop 

Removing the background in an image typically involves knowing how to use photo-editing software or enlisting the help of someone else who does. Now there’s another solution: using AI.Read more...
Tags: Photography, Photoshop, Lifehacks, Photo Editing


You can now use your Loupedeck+ with Adobe Photoshop CC 2019

Well, folks. You wanted it. You got it. Loupedeck has today announced the first integration with the Loupdeck+ and Adobe Photoshop CC 2019. Today’s announcement extends the Loupedeck+’s compatibility with Adobe suite adding to Lightroom Classic CC and Adobe Premiere Pro CC. Loupedeck says that the decision to integrate the Loupedeck+ into Photoshop was based […] The post You can now use your Loupedeck+ with Adobe Photoshop CC 2019 appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Photoshop, Workflow, Lightroom, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Cc, Loupedeck, Loupdeck, Adobe Premiere Pro CC Loupedeck


The November/December Issue of Photoshop User Magazine Is Now Available

The   (the official magazine for KelbyOne Pro members) is now live on the KelbyOne site and KelbyOne Mags for iOS and Android. This issue features “Scott Kelby’s 13th Annual Gonzo Holiday Gear Guide.” After 13 years of doing his Gonzo Holiday Gear Guide, Scott knows what photographers want, so if you’re looking for the perfect gift for the photographer on your holiday list, look no further. This issue also covers the new Frame tool, creating textures in the new Content-Aware Fill workspace, a b...
Tags: Photography, Featured, Photoshop, Scott, Scott Kelby, KelbyOne, Photoshop User Magazine, Lightroom Magazine Not


Odd Photoshop Bug Affecting (some) Lightroom Classic Users

This is not a typical post for me, but I’ve been getting so many emails from people (only Windows users so far) who are having this problem when sending a photo from Lightroom Classic to the latest version of Photoshop (20.0.1) that I need to share the situation in case it helps others (I added a bonus tip at the end for both Win and Mac users just in case it is also helpful). Issue The problem is that people are finding certain actions are missing, notably menu options grayed out (see below) ...
Tags: Photography, Featured, News, Photoshop, Bug, Photoshop Cc, Lightroom Classic, CMD Ctrl Shift E


Can a browser based Photoshop clone compete with Photoshop? I took PHOTOPEA for a high end retouching test

A few days ago I’ve heard about a browser-based Photoshop clone. Of course, I had to test it – not only because I love these crazy projects, but also because of my background as web developer some years ago. So I visited photopea.com and enjoyed what I saw: An in-browser Photoshop clone. A bit simplified but […] The post Can a browser based Photoshop clone compete with Photoshop? I took PHOTOPEA for a high end retouching test appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Reviews, Photography, Photoshop, Adobe Photoshop, Photopea



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