This week, we will show you how to save an image for the web using Photoshop. While the settings we are recommending are meant for displaying your photographs at high quality, the same work flow can be used for everyday use.
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Here is another great tutorial by Sean Armenta, this time showing how to touch up skin using only the Healing Brush, Patch Tool & Clone Tool.
Adobe has introduced subscriptions to their Creative Suites programs, allowing you to pay on a monthly or yearly basis. This could be a convenient option for someone working on a short term project. Subscriptions include updates to future releases, as well as online support should you need it.
If you thought you were good at photo editing, think again. Erik Johansson has an incredible portfolio featuring photographs he has edited into surrealistic scenes. All his artwork is created using photographs and Photoshop; there is no 3D used. I’d find it hard to believe anyone could look at these photos and not be inspired.
While you may not need to correct lens distortion on every photograph you take, it is definitely a powerful tool when you need it. The following tutorial will show you use the Lens Correction filter in Photoshop.