Channel Masking to Extract Complex Subjects in Photoshop

Watch this quick and detailed tutorial on how to use Photoshop’s powerful channel masking features to isolate complex elements from a background.

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How to Replace Backgrounds with Content-Aware Fill

Replacing or removing background elements have always been one of the first tricks Photoshop users want to learn, and with every release of Adobe Photoshop, this task is made simpler and simpler.

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Double Exposure Tutorial with Photoshop

Merging two photos in one, especially when done with a creative flair, can produce highly captivating art work. Check out this tutorial on how to do it in Photoshop.

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Eye-Popping Color Correction and Toning with Color Efex Pro

Flew Designs shares this advanced post-processing technique using Nik’s Color Efex Pro 4 and Photoshop to get this eye-popping creation. K/div>

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Finishing a Portrait with Nik Color Efex Pro

Photoshop can do a whole lot to make an image pop and look “finished”. However, unless you have a lot of skill and time, you’ll have to resort to carefully planned action sets to get the look right. In comes products like Nik Color Efex Pro that allows photographers to make subtle or extreme tweaks […]

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Moving Elements in Photoshop Easily with Content-Aware Move

Ever since Photoshop came up with content-aware features, only a small percentage of users actually learn how to use this amazing upgrade. Howard Pinsky shows you how Photoshop can pretty much move, heal, and patch surroundings of a moved object automatically.

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Conditional Photoshop Action for Branding and Watermarks

Most people probably still do watermarking manually. Some might be advanced enough to learn about creating actions to automate things. But do you know how to make Photoshop know whether your image is a portrait or landscape oriented image and apply the watermark and branding properly and consistently? Howard Pinsky shares this great tutorial.

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Fix Video Screw-Ups In Post

While it’s always best to make sure things go perfectly when the shot or sequence is taken, the world never cooperates 100% of the time. Sometimes, you just don’t have the liberty to reshoot whether it’s because of timing, cost, or other issues. This is where the magic of modern-day post-processing comes in. Check out […]

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