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Friday, May 6, 2016

#Photoshop: How to Use the ‘Blend If’ Tools

Many handy Photoshop tools are either overlooked, misunderstood, or simply unknown, often because they lie tucked away as part of a larger palette or dialog box. The ‘Blend If’ slider is just one of those tools—incredibly easy to use and particularly helpful if you have dodge and burn as part of your workflow. Whether you’re new to Photoshop or an old hand, this tutorial from Photoshop master Aaron Nace will shed light on one of the lesser known tools in Photoshop.

#Photoshop: How to Use the ‘Blend If’ Tools


#Photoshop: How to Airbrush Skin With Frequency Separation - Tutorial

Professional retouchers use a lot of techniques to retouch skin. In this tutorial, you’ll learn one of the most basic retouching techniques called frequency separation. It’s used as a quick way to…

#Photoshop: How to Airbrush Skin With Frequency Separation - Tutorial


About truth - Über die Wahrheit

The truth is like Pamela Anderson. You cannot watch it from all sides.

Die Wahrheit ist wie Dolly Buster. Man kann sie nicht von allen Seiten gleichzeitig betrachten.

Song of the day: I like your pretty eyes,...

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#Photoshop: Faking motion in a Photograph

Basically, we are going to cut out the car and put it on a new layer. Ill show you quick select and refine edge, as well as how to do it with the pen tool, by making paths. Then we blur the background with a motion Blur. We then blend the 2 layers together to add the appearance of motion. A little extra work is done to fix the windows. I show you how to darken the windows, so the lack of driver isn’t a problem. I also show how to make the windows transparent, but still having the appearance of glass. Finally, we need to spin the wheels. I cover 2 ways of doing it. We do the traditional way that works on all versions of Photoshop.

#Photoshop: Faking motion in a Photograph


#Photography: 12 Tips For Indoor Natural Light Photography

Harsh shadows and weird skin tones are common problems. In this article, you’ll learn how to improve your indoor photography. Working with natural light indoors can be a little tricky. These beginn…

#Photography: 12 Tips For Indoor Natural Light Photography