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The best way to answer ‘Do you Photoshop your pictures?’

Last night, I did an ‘Ask Me Anything’ session on Instagram Stories and someone asked the question: ‘Do You Photoshop Your Pictures?’ My reaction was the same one most photographers have: “Yes, just like 99% of photographers out there, I do some post-production on my pictures. Even in the film days, photographers like Richard Avedon and Irving Penn edited […] The post The best way to answer ‘Do you Photoshop your pictures?’ appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Image Editing, Photography, Photoshop, Inspiration, Editing, Photo Editing, Irving Penn, Richard Avedon, Instagram Stories, Michael Comeau


How to change the colour of anything in Photoshop using Gradient Maps

Most of us have used Gradient Maps in Photoshop at some point. Most commonly to aid in black and white conversions. They offer a lot of control and power for black and white conversions and lets us get some nice contrast and done that there regular Black & White adjustment layer doesn’t. But did you […] The post How to change the colour of anything in Photoshop using Gradient Maps appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Photoshop, Tutorials, Tutorial, Sean Tucker, Colour Matching, Gradient Map


Inspired by CVS, Olay Will No Longer Photoshop Its Beauty Ads - and It's a BIG Deal

UPDATE: More than two years after CVS made the game-changing announcement that the retailer would no longer showcase any retouched beauty imagery in stores or otherwise, it seems Olay is following suit. Starting now through 2021, the brand will begin introducing an "Olay Skin Promise" logo on all skincare ads across print, digital, TV, and social media, signifying that the image has not been Photoshopped. "We recognize that there are many conflicting expectations for women and it has always bee...
Tags: Photoshop, Beauty, Cvs, CVS Pharmacy, Mark, Beauty News, Beauty Shopping, Olay, Drugstore Beauty, Foulkes, CVS Health Helena Foulkes, Christopher D Heiert


Today is Photoshop’s 30th birthday – Here’s a reminder of what Version 1 looked like

Photoshop has become so intertwined with many of our lives as photographers that it’s difficult to imagine life without it. For those younger photographers, there was never a time when it didn’t exist. But Photoshop today celebrates its 30th birthday from that initial Version 1 release. So, we thought now would be a good time […] The post Today is Photoshop’s 30th birthday – Here’s a reminder of what Version 1 looked like appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Adobe, Photoshop, Anniversary, Adobe Photoshop


The February 2020 Issue of Photoshop User Magazine Is Now Available!

The February 2020 issue of Photoshop User is now live on the KelbyOne site and KelbyOne Mags for iOS and Android. In this issue, learn how to master the contrast adjustment layers in Photoshop, plus using the new Gradients panel, creating spotlight effects with realistic shadows, retouching auroras, creating a stretched pixel effect, and so much more! Check out all the latest magazine articles with our Search Articles feature on the website. This issue’s cover image is by JR Maddox. S...
Tags: Photography, Featured, Photoshop, KelbyOne, Dave Williams, Photoshop User Magazine, Lightroom Magazine Not, JR Maddox Sadly JR, KelbyOne Pro Plus


Madoka Magica Fan Alters Collab Illustration for Maximum Yuri

An illustration created for a Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magica collaboration was altered by one yuri-admiring fan, as they spotted and used an obvious detail to their advantage that will have some wondering if the illustration was drawn the way it was on purpose. A collaboration was announced between the Madoka Magica franchise and the store […]
Tags: Photoshop, Marketing, Illustration, Artists, Anime, Yuri, Madoka Magica, Puella Magi Madoka Magica, Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magica, Madoka Magica Fan Alters Collab Illustration


Do You Know These 10 Photoshop Selection Tools?

When it comes to localized image editing, Photoshop is probably a photographer’s best choice among different post-processing software. The beauty and power of this platform lies within the gazillions... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Photography, Photoshop


The Knockout Method is my New Favourite Photoshop Technique

No matter how long you have been a Photoshop user, there are always new tips and tricks to learn! I recently came across a new technique that has transformed the way I work. This method doesn’t use any new tools, in fact I’m pretty sure the feature has been a part of Photoshop for over a decade, yet I only discovered it recently. The feature is an Advanced Blending option within the Layer Styles window named ‘Knockout’. As its name suggests, it ‘knocks-out’ the contents of a particular layer fro...
Tags: Design, Photoshop, Tutorials, Deep, Knockout, Photoshop Tips, Knockout Text Effect, Photoshop Knockout, Photoshop Knockout Effect, Photoshop Knockout Text Effect, Photoshop Techniques


Here is why your photos change colour when you export from Photoshop and how to fix it

Several times a day I see people posting online that they’ve exported images from Photoshop and the final JPG looks nothing like what they thought it would. They’re actually not the wrong colours, you’re just outputting them in a different colour space. In this video, Unmesh at PiXimperfect explains what colour profiles are,  how they […] The post Here is why your photos change colour when you export from Photoshop and how to fix it appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Photoshop, Tutorials, Color Space, Gamut, PiXimperfect, Unmesh Dinda


Video Tutorial: How To Create a Retro Cereal Box Design with a Mascot Character

In today’s video tutorial, I’m going to take you through the process of creating a mascot character to go within a retro cereal box design, using a mixture of Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop. We will begin in Illustrator to draw the character, using simplified shapes based on the old mid-century style of cartoons and mascot designs with basic hand-drawn strokes and limited colours. We’ll then move over to Photoshop to construct the retro cereal box design, where I’ll show you some useful t...
Tags: Videos, Video, Design, Photoshop, Retro, Character, Illustrator, Photoshop Tutorial, Video Tutorial, Spoon Graphics YouTube Channel, Illustrator Tutorial, Corner Store, Character Design, Mascot, Retro Design, Mascot Design


Artist offers to removes your ex from photos for $10, gets flooded by requests

An artist recently posted a tweet offering to remove people’s exes from their photos for $10. It seems that she totally hit the spot: she got so many requests that she can’t seem to keep up with the demand. The tweet was posted by young artist @hexappeaI, who also added a “before and after” example. […] The post Artist offers to removes your ex from photos for $10, gets flooded by requests appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Photoshop, Inspiration, Adobe Photoshop, remove objects in Photoshop, Remove People


McDonald’s Toys Sporting an Anal Accident

A collaboration between McDonald’s and Sanrio has led to Happy Meals in Japan possessing special toys of various Sanrio characters, though, one customer ran into a rather comical misprint for one of the toys… The character known as Pom Pom Purin was discovered as the toy for seiyuu Kana Nanaumi’s Happy Meal, except Kana found […]
Tags: Japan, Photoshop, Marketing, Mcdonald's, Anime, Sanrio, McDonald, Happy Meals, Oshiri, Image Gallery, Kana, Character Design, McDonald 's Toys Sporting, Pom Pom Purin


How to quickly clean up and retouch a messy studio floor in Photoshop

In an ideal world, studio floors and walls would all be pristine and perfect. But in the real world, even freshly painted and cleaned ones don’t stay that way for very long. They pick up dust and dirt, get smudges, scuffs and scratches, and we end up having to either clean and repaint them more […] The post How to quickly clean up and retouch a messy studio floor in Photoshop appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Photoshop, Tutorials, Retouching, Robert Harris, Frequency Separation, Optical Noise


Asking the Tough Questions: Here's What All the 2020 Democrats Would Look Like If They Had No Eyebrows

No one wants to believe that a person without eyebrows can’t be elected as president. But there are certain political realities we have to face in the run-up to the 2020 presidential elections.Read more...
Tags: Politics, Science, Photoshop, Elizabeth Warren, Joe Biden, Democrats, Amy Klobuchar, Bernie Sanders, Democratic Party, Tom Steyer, Mike Bloomberg, Tulsi Gabbard, Pete Buttigieg, 2020 Election, Andrew Yang, Look Upon My Works Ye Mighty And No Hair


Video Tutorial: Easily Create Fake Window Reflections in Photoshop

For today’s video tutorial I have a really quick and easy Photoshop process to add realistic glass reflections to an image, to make it appear as if a portrait photograph has been taken through a window. By using Photoshop to create this photo style, you can capture the effect of shooting through glass without even having to go outside! ► Portrait photo – https://unsplash.com/photos/5kCxJs_W4Fs ► Street photo – https://unsplash.com/photos/4x__1a8HluQ Check out Envato Elements for Unlimited Do...
Tags: Videos, Video, Design, Photoshop, Photoshop Tutorial, Video Tutorial, Spoon Graphics YouTube Channel, Fake Window Reflections Photoshop, Window Reflections, Window Reflections Photoshop


If you’re confused by curve and levels in Photoshop you need to watch this beginner’s guide

Two of the most commonly used adjustment layers within Photoshop are arguably the Curves and Levels adjustment layers. But if you’re new to Photoshop and you’ve never used them before, you might feel a little intimidated by them. Or perhaps you’re used to the basics of them, but don’t really understand their full power. In […] The post If you’re confused by curve and levels in Photoshop you need to watch this beginner’s guide appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Photoshop, Tutorials, Levels, Curves, Aaron Nace, Phlearn


The January 2020 Issue of Photoshop User Magazine Is Now Available!

The January 2020 issue of Photoshop User is now live on the KelbyOne site and KelbyOne Mags for iOS and Android. In this issue, join Terry White as he takes us on an in-depth tour of Photoshop on the iPad, plus using Adobe Fresco, a simple way to create a pencil sketch effect, the new game-changing Object Selection tool, adding a mountainous reflection to ski goggles, and so much more. Check out all the latest magazine articles with our Search Articles feature on the website. We hope you enjo...
Tags: Photography, Featured, Photoshop, Terry White, KelbyOne, Photoshop User Magazine, Lightroom Magazine Not, Kirk Marsh


You can now buy the $599 Opte to photoshop your skin in real life

Opte Precision Skincare System, a skincare device by P&G Ventures, lets you photoshop your skin in real life with a personalized handheld inkjet printer.
Tags: News, Photoshop, Trends, Beauty, Smart Home, G Ventures, Opte, CES 2020, Opte Precision Skincare System, Skincare System


Fate/Grand Order Las Vegas Nude Filter Does Not Gamble

Unrivaled nude filter artist An Nin Doufu has successfully nudified the entire CM for Fate/Grand Order‘s long concluded Las Vegas event, meeting the expectations of their diehard fans as all the Fate girls have their glorious bodies exposed (but still likely failing to compare to past works). The original CM, for those unable to remember: […]
Tags: Games, Photoshop, Las Vegas, Anime, Comparison, Oppai, H, Exhibitionism, Fate/Grand Order, Nude Filter, Nin Doufu


Video: Realistic Shallow Depth of Field Effect Using Depth Maps

In today’s Photoshop video tutorial I’m going to show you a useful technique for adding a realistic shallow depth of field effect to your photos. We’ll use a Depth Map to indicate which areas need to be blurred and by how much. This method gives you complete control over the effect, which makes it ideal for all kinds of photographs, no matter the perspective, or complexity of the background. By defining the sections of the image in grayscale tones, you can blur some areas more than others. ►...
Tags: Videos, Video, Design, Photoshop, Photoshop Tutorial, Video Tutorial, Spoon Graphics YouTube Channel, Cameron Stewart, Trillium Lake, Blur Background Photoshop, Blur Background Photoshop Tutorial, Shallow Depth Of Field, Shallow Depth Of Field Photoshop


Video Tutorial: Photoshop Floating Glass Sphere Effect

In today’s Photoshop tutorial I show you a few simple steps to create a surreal glass sphere floating within a photograph. This cool effect is perfect for creating interesting album covers, or just to transform your landscape photos into abstract art pieces. All it takes is a few relatively simple Photoshop tools, a couple of filters, and a touch of shading, making it a pretty easy effect you can create in minutes. ► Road Between Mountains Photo – https://spoon.graphics/2YEPMsT Check out Env...
Tags: Videos, Video, Design, Photoshop, Photoshop Tutorial, Video Tutorial, Spoon Graphics YouTube Channel, Glass Sphere, Photoshop Glass Ball, Photoshop Glass Ball Tutorial, Photoshop Glass Sphere


Adobe adds Select Subject feature to Photoshop on iPad

When Adobe launched Photoshop for iPad, the users were not really pleased with the existing features. Adobe was quick to announce the roadmap of future updates, and the company is fast to deliver them, too. The first update has just brought the AI-powered Select Subject feature to Photoshop on iPad, and there are a few […] The post Adobe adds Select Subject feature to Photoshop on iPad appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Ios, Ipad, Photography, News, Adobe, Photoshop, Ipad Pro, Adobe Photoshop, Apple iPad Pro


Photoshop for iPad gains ‘Select Subject’ feature

Adobe’s Photoshop on the iPad got off to a rocky start that doesn’t seem to have left fans of the desktop version very happy, but the company looks intent on incorporating user feedback and releasing meaningful feature updates on a timely basis. Like today, for instance, it’s adding ‘Select Subject’ to the iPad version of Photoshop, which is a feature that should make working with photos and compositions on the Apple tablet much, much easier and more flexible. Select Subject is a new feature ...
Tags: Apple, Ipad, TC, Apps, Adobe, Photoshop, Tech, Artificial Intelligence, Software, Tablet Computers, Machine Learning, Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Wand, Adobe Lightroom, Adobe Creative Cloud


Photoshop for iPad gets one-tap selections, takes baby step toward desktop power

As promised, Select Subject has arrived on Photoshop for iPad. Adobe's latest iPad OS Photoshop update brings a one-tap selection tool as well as speed improvements to Cloud documents.
Tags: Mobile, Photography, News, Adobe, Photoshop, Trends, Computing, Photo Editing, Adobe Sensei, Photoshop For Ipad


What's Your Favorite Photoshop Trick?

God I love content-aware fill. At Lifehacker I frequently want to illustrate a post with an image that’s not wide enough (like above). So I throw it into Photoshop, I expand the canvas size, I select the new blank parts on the sides, and I hit my cmd+option+F—my custom shortcut for Edit > Content-Aware Fill.Read more...
Tags: Photography, Photoshop, Keyboard Shortcuts, Lifehacks, Photo Editing


30 Viral Fakes That Defined the 2010s

The decade of the 2010s saw the rise of social media and the proliferation of digital tools that allow people to alter photos and videos. When you put those two forces together, you get a lot of fake images circulating. And these were the ones that helped define the past 10 years.Read more...
Tags: Facebook, Twitter, Politics, Science, Instagram, Photoshop, Donald Trump, Fake, Fakes, Viral Photos, Fake Quotes, President Trump, Viral Images


How To Create an Illustrated Cartoon Effect from a Photo in Adobe Photoshop

It takes some real skill to draw realistic characters and portraits, but there’s a shortcut you can take by processing a photograph with various filters in Photoshop to give it a cartoon-like illustrated effect. In today’s tutorial I’ll show you a cocktail of adjustments that mimic the outlines, colours, and shading of a digitally painted image automatically, without the need to trace, paint or draw by hand. This effect can be applied to any image to transform a real photograph into an illu...
Tags: Design, Photoshop, Tutorials, Photoshop Tutorial, Cartoon Effect, Illustration Effect, Painting Effect, Photoshop Cartoon Effect, Photoshop Painting Effect, Daniel Dash, Edge Fidelity


Video: How to Create a Rustic Wooden Sign Effect in Photoshop

In today’s Adobe Photoshop video tutorial I’m going to show you a useful technique for applying a design to a textured background, such as wood. This is great for creating rustic wooden signs, or any other effect where your design looks like it has been painted on a surface and distressed from years of weathering. ► Wood Board Structure texture – https://spoon.graphics/33uMGIJ ► Download my FREE Meat Cut Illustrations – http://spoon.graphics/1VmSPky ► Activate the Gastromond Font – https://s...
Tags: Videos, Video, Design, Photoshop, Adobe Photoshop, Photoshop Tutorial, Video Tutorial, Spoon Graphics YouTube Channel, Photoshop Wooden Sign, Wooden Sign, Wooden Sign Photoshop, Corner Store Font


Adobe releases roadmap of new features for Photoshop on iPad

Adobe’s Photoshop for iPad was finally launched earlier this month, but the users were… well, not exactly thrilled by the existing features. Adobe admitted that the app needs improvements, announcing that some features were yet to come. And now, the roadmap of the upcoming features has been revealed so you know what to expect from […] The post Adobe releases roadmap of new features for Photoshop on iPad appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Ios, Ipad, Photography, News, Adobe, Photoshop, Ipad Pro, Adobe Photoshop, Apple iPad Pro


To edit or not? How far should you take your post processing?

How much we edit our photos, or whether we should even do it at all, is a conversation that I see some up almost daily on social media. I say conversation, it often turns into quite the heated debate. In this video, Sean Tucker shares some of his thoughts on the history of editing and […] The post To edit or not? How far should you take your post processing? appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Photoshop, Editing, Post Processing, Retouching, Sean Tucker