Category Photoshop Training

Photoshop for Photographers – Episode 20: Background Swap For Beginners

by Anthony Morganti

In this episode of Photoshop For Photographers I demonstrate how replace the background on an image of lions taken at the zoo.


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Photoshop For Photographers – Episode 19: Process a Scanned Negative

by Anthony Morganti

In this episode of Photoshop For Photographers I demonstrate how to process a scanned negative into a positive using Photoshop.

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Photoshop For Photographers – Episode 18: Adding a Border to an Image

by Anthony Morganti

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This is the 18th episode of Photoshop For Photographers.

There are many ways to add a border to an image with Photoshop. In this video, I demonstrate how I prefer to do it on two different images with a slight variation between the two.

 

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Conventional vs Digital Watermarks Pt 2

by Anthony Morganti

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In this video, Anthony Morganti demonstrates how to create a Photoshop action that applies the Digimarc digital watermark then he creates a “Droplet” which allows the action to be called from Lightroom thereby applying the watermark automatically.

For more information about Digimarc digital watermarks, visit this website:

http://www.digimarc.com/products/guardian/images

*Anthony has no affiliation with Digimarc and is not being paid or compensated by them in any manner.

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Conventional vs Digital Watermarks Pt 1

by Anthony Morganti

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In this video, Anthony Morganti explains the difference between conventional and digital watermarks as well as the advantages and disadvantages of both.

Anthony goes on to demo the Digimarc digital watermarking system.

For more information about Digimarc digital watermarks, visit this website:

http://www.digimarc.com/products/guardian/images

*Anthony has no affiliation with Digimarc and is not being paid or compensated by them in any manner.

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Photoshop For Photographers – Episode 17: Repair That Smudgy Sky

by Anthony Morganti

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***Image courtesy and copyright of Christina Kostova***

Often when an image is heavily processed, such as in the HDR process or any processing that greatly increases saturation and contrast, areas of the image, particularly in the sky, will become smudged gray, maybe black or even glow white. In this episode of Photoshop For Photographers I demonstrate two methods on how you might go about fixing that problem.

 

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Photoshop For Photographers – Episode 16: High Detail Grunge

by Anthony Morganti

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A very popular technique for portraiture, particularly for male models, is what is commonly called the grunge look. In this video, I demonstrate how to create the grunge look in Photoshop.

 

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Photoshop for Photographers – Episode 15: Curly Hair Composite

by Anthony Morganti

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In a previous episode of Photoshop for Photographers I did a composite using the Quick Selection Tool. In that video, the model had relatively straight, combed hair. Unfortunately, the Quick Selection Tool is relatively worthless if you’re trying to composite a model with curly hair or flyaway hair. In this video, I demonstrate a method to composite such a model, in this case a model with curly hair, by using a Photoshop selection process called, “Color Range”.

 

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Photoshop For Photographers – Episode 14: Tilt Shift Effect

by Anthony Morganti

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Tilt shift lenses are often used by architectural photographers because they have controls on them that can correct for any geometric distortions induced by the lens. They’re often used by portrait photographers as well in their environmental and lifestyle shots to put more emphasis on the subject. Finally, landscape photographers often use them to control blur createvly because the blur of the tilt shift effect can make an expansive landscape appear to be a miniature model shot with a macro lens.

 

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Photoshop For Photographers – Episode 13: Create a Panorama

by Anthony Morganti

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Many of you may recall that I created a panorama in Episode 19 of my Learn Lightroom 5 Video series but in this video, I do it slightly different. In the Lightroom Video, after Photoshop created the Panorama, I had to crop away a large part of the image, in this video, I demonstrate an alternative way with minimal cropping.

 

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