A time-lapse on a piece of art with my kiddos looking stoic and over-important. Made it for my wife for Mother's Day to replace an old piece we had hanging up in the basement.
In this episode, I cover how smart objects can save you editing time and speed up your workflow.
In this episode, I cover the difference between healing, patching, and cloning, and how they relate to the size of your edits.
In this episode, I cover the concept of how black and white control almost all photo edits you make in Photoshop, and how to make the most of that knowledge.
In this episode, I cover the concept of when to use levels and curves when editing the lighting in an image, and how to use existing light data to make more accurate adjustments.
In this episode, I cover the concept of blurring and feathering edits as a means to work quicker, and hide common edits in Photoshop.
In this episode, I cover the concept of non-destructive editing, and why it's essential to use when making Photoshop edits.
In this tutorial I cover how to use layer masks to up the realism in your fake shadows.
In this tutorial I cover how to use existing channels to quickly make selections in Photoshop.