Photoshop artist and educator John Reuter has created this Photoshop podcast geared towards the fine art photographers and teachers who are beginning to embrace Photoshop as part of their personal work and teaching curriculum. Less focused on singular tips or tricks it rather attempts to instill a more comprehensive approach to image making and manipulation that relies on Photoshop as its core. To John, Photoshop is as much a printmaking program as it is a photography program. The emphasis is to encourage the viewers to explore their creative impulses through Photoshop technique and develop a more personal vision. These episodes are generally longer than many Photoshop podcasts but the goal is to provide the equivalent of a classroom experience with a more thorough examination of the topics. To see examples of the images John creates and the workshops he offers in Photoshop at the International Center of Photography, Maine Photographic Workshops, Palm Beach Photographic Centre and Santa Fe Workshops please visit www.johnreuter.com. To post comments on the episodes visit http:/johnreuter.libsyn.com.
Rank #1: Project Composite, Part One: Hand Coloring.
I am back after a one-month hiatus. I received many e-mails asking if I was going to continue producing Creative Photoshop and the answer is definitely “yes?. Life sometimes intervenes and my day job as Director of the Polaroid 20x24 Studio has required quite a bit of my attention lately. We are trying to insure that it survives further into the digital age. Even though I am completely digital in my own work, I feel a responsibility to make sure this superbly analog technology continues.These episodes often take four to six hours to produce and I won’t put one up unless I feel it meets the standards of the previous ones. So I really appreciate the e-mails but I want you to know that it is great to get feedback all of the time, not just when I disappear.These labors of love are best supported with the knowledge that you are indeed listening and enjoying the work. That said let us turn our attention to this weeks episode, “Project Composite, Part One, Hand Coloring?. We are going to re-create my current signature image for the Podcast, and Image titled “Highlights?. We will begin by hand coloring the figure, using Paths, Selections, Layers, Adjustment Layers, and Blend Modes. It is many of the topics covered in previous episodes but now with specific image goals employed. I hope you enjoy it.
Rank #2: Project Composite, Part Two: Background Blending.
In this episode we continue with our project on image composite. Last week we added color to an antique portrait in preparation to bringing it into a new composition. This week we blend two backgrounds together with the Blend If sliders in Layer Styles. This is a strategy I often use when beginning a composite. We will then bring the portrait into this blended background and make adjustments based on this new context. I always wait to refine a hand colored image until I know where it is going to reside. Finally we will use Layer Styles Blending to integrate the portrait into the new background.
Imaging expert and award-winning author Deke McClelland presents his list of the top 40 features in Photoshop. Some are tools, others are commands, still others are conceptual. All are invaluable. Learn this 40 feature and you'll know Photoshop. Special bonus content: Deke's Photoshop CS5 Top 5, which covers the best new features in Photoshop CS5 in just five easy-to-watch videos!
Rank #1: Photoshop Feature #4: Navigation.
Photoshop lets you modify your view of an image using a variety of tools, commands, and options. But you don’t need a single one of them. Learn a few shortcuts and you’ll be working at maximum efficiency in no time.
Rank #2: Photoshop Feature #7: Undo, History, and Revert.
The safety-net trio of Undo, History, and Revert protect the intrepid image editor from unexpected disasters. But they also let you toggle operations, compare before-and-after images, and move back and forth through time.
Photoshop Tips and Tricks for the high end user.
Rank #1: 004 Sharpening Adjustment Layers.
How to non-destructively sharpen layers without Smart Filters.For Photoshop v6 to v9.Use an action to create an adjustment layer that can sharpen or blur an image. Additional filters can be used on the adjustment layer mask to refine the sharpening effect.
Rank #2: 007 Adjustment Layer Inspector.
Abandon all hope, ye who enter here.For Photoshop v6 to Present.This tool generates interactive UI that allows users to compare Adjustment Layers and Modes. Though there have been previous versions of this file, going back as early as 2002, this final format was created in 2003, and has recently been updated to work properly in 16bit mode.
Some quick and dirty tutorials on Photoshop Elements
Rank #1: Objects as Layers.
Just a quick and dirty tutorial to introduce the concept of merging the images from different files into a single file as layers
Rank #2: Quick Paint Bucket Tutorial.
Quick Paint Bucket Tutorial
Photoshop Retouching Tutorials
Rank #1: Lasso, Polygonal Lasso, Magnetic Lasso | Photoshop Beginner’s Tutorial.
The purpose of making a selection, is so that you can make changes within a limited, and controlled area.There are a variety of tools you should consider when making selections in your image. There are several that will allow you make direct selections by drawing them, and a few that let you make your selections based on color.I will preface this by saying that make generic selections like this might create what is called a Layer Mask, none of the techniques I am going to talk about are ones that I would teach to my students. they are simplistic, and will not yield optimal results. The reason I am talking about them with you now, is because they are an easy way to get you to your end goals. While they are not the best, they are simply the easiest for you to get started with.Related posts: Selective Color | Photoshop Basic Tutorial Levels | Photoshop Basic Tutorial Camera Raw Local Adjustments Tutorial
Rank #2: Rulers and Guides | Photoshop Beginner’s Tutorial.
When working in Photoshop, while most of it is creative, sometimes you will want to be as accurate as you possibly can. Rulers and guides come in handy because they help you create specific points in your image that you may want to refer to at a later point in time.Related posts: Selective Color | Photoshop Basic Tutorial Levels | Photoshop Basic Tutorial Camera Raw Local Adjustments Tutorial
Seit 2007 ist der Photoshop- und Lightroom Instructor Frank schon Erfolgreich auf Sendung. Nach einer kreativen Pause geht es jetzt ab April 2016 wieder im 2-Wochen Turnus weiter!Killertipps und gelüftete Geheimnisse in sinnvollen Projekten für Adobe Photoshop in HD Qualität.Neben den Einsteigertutorials welche die Arbeit mit Adobe Photoshop erklären sind auch komplexe Projekte mit bis zu 90 Minuten Laufzeit verfügbar. Regelmässig werden neue Tipps und Tricks zu Photoshop veröffentlicht.Hier kann jeder seine Fähigkeiten in der Bildbearbeitung mit Adobe Photoshop durch die Videotutorials Schritt für Schritt perfektionieren.Weitere Ressourcen findest du auf photoshopexperts.de
Rank #1: Der Matrix Effekt und mein nächster Workshop findet, im Dezember 2016, auf Mallorca statt.
Wie man den Effekt aus der gleichnamigen Trilogie mit Keanu Reeves herstellt zeige ich in diesem Video. Ausserdem ist ein neuer Workshop geplant. Am 03.12.2016 findet der \"Akt-Fotoworkshop mit Low-Budget Equipment\" auf Mallorca statt. Wer Interesse hat, sollte jetzt unter https://photoshopexperts.de buchen, denn die Plätze sind begrenzt und schnell vergeben. Viel Spaß beim Pixel schieben!Frank
Rank #2: Einstellungsebene Farbton / Sättigung mit denPipetten Farben zaubern.
Hey, schön das Ihr wieder dabei seid. Lange habt ihr nichts von euch hören lassen ;-). Um so schöner ist das Wiedersehen und ich erkläre in diesem Beitrag, wie man mit den Pipetten und dem Farbbereich in der Einstellungsebene für Farbton/Sättigung mit Farben zaubert. Damit das gleich zum mitmachen taugt, könnt ihr euch das Bild aus dem Quicktipp bei unsplash.com herunterladen. Hier ist der Link: https://hd.unsplash.com/photo-1438170453045-def8dc71416fJetzt aber viel Spaß. Ich freu mich auf euch :-)Euer Frank
Luisa Winters is one of the most recognized and respected members of the Adobe Trainers Community. She has authored countless tutorials and articles on Adobe techniques. Her areas of expertise include: After Effects, Premiere Pro, Photoshop, Encore, Flash, Captivate, SoundBooth.
Rank #1: After Effects CS4 – Filmstrip Effect – Adobe InDesign Users Group Meeting – Part 2.
This podcast is the recording of Luisa’s presentation at the InDesign Users Group on June 23rd 2009. This is a live presentation. There are 7 podcasts showing this presentation. This is Part 2 Adobe After Effects CS4 – Creating a FilmStrip Effect
Rank #2: After Effects CS4 – Creating a Butterfly – Adobe InDesign Users Group Meeting – Part 7.
This podcast is the recording of Luisa’s presentation at the InDesign Users Group on June 23rd 2009. This is a live presentation. There are 7 podcasts showing this presentation. This is Part 7 Adobe After Effects CS4 – Creating a Butterfly
How do photographers correct or enhance their images? What methods can be used to reduce the amount of noise in photographs?The rise in popularity in photo sharing sites like Facebook, Instagram and Flickr has led to a huge increase in the number of consumers buying digital cameras, taking photographs on their phones, and uploading them to the internet but what are the best techniques to enhance your images after they’ve been taken.Covering everything from how to crop an image, to using the Histogram tool or explaining resolution, this collection of tutorials will help develop your ability to create and share digital images you are proud of whether you’re new to digital photography or want to improve your existing skills. The material in this collection relates to the short course T189 Digital photography: creating and sharing better images which is being replaced by the new NAL TG089 that is being offered in collaboration with the RPS (Royal Photographic Society )
Rank #1: Workflow.
How to integrate Lightroom into your own workflow
Rank #2: Quick tips.
Some of the quick keys you might use to make Lightroom easier to use.
A podcast for graphic designers using InDesign who want to tap into the power of Adobe's page-layout powerhouse to accomplish big tasks easily and free up their time to concentrate on designing.
Rank #1: The InDesigner - Episode 50 (VIDEO).
Inspired by a question from a podcast subscriber about creating a text frame that looks like a folder tab, and with the help of a technique suggested by another subscriber, this episode builds on the potential of Paragraph Rules revealed in Episode 49. By combining Paragraph Rules with First Baseline Offset options, a fully-editable, single-object tab-topped text frame is easy. But it gets easier and more interesting when Object Styles and Effects are added to the mix.
Rank #2: The InDesigner - Episode 49 (VIDEO).
Most of us are familiar with the two types of Paragraph Rules, but in InDesign, despite their names, a Rule Above can easily appear below your text, and a Rule Below can just as easily appear above it. This ability to bend the rules, so to speak, can produce some very interesting and flexible type effects that don't require drawing extra frames, grouping anything or relying on anchored objects. This episode covers the rules of paragraph rules (and a bit about underlining) to showcase how flexible and versatile they can be.
Welcome to the Adobe Photoshop Lightroom podcast and tutorial series. This podcast series is designed to give you access to the real story behind Lightroom. Not only do we take you behind the scenes with the engineers on the Lightroom team so you can hear their personal thinking on the program, but we also interview industry leaders and artists to gain their insight into the art and craft of digital photography. Your input has helped make Lightroom great, so keep it coming. Thanks very much, and always remember Rule #5.George Jardine, Pro Photography Evangelist, Adobe Systems, Inc.
Rank #1: Podcast #47: Catherine Hall.
This podcast was recorded on Wednesday November 21st, 2007 at Catherine's family home in Lafayette, Calfornia. Catherine sits down with George to have a conversation about how her personal work inspires her wedding photography, about her personal approach to working with people, and how working with people from many different socio-economic backgrounds makes it all worthwhile.The views and opinions of the participants in this podcast are their own, and do not reflect or represent those of Adobe Systems.
Rank #2: Podcast #45: Tutorial - The Lightroom Catalog - Part 1.
In this tutorial I outline the basics of where Lightroom stores your previews and metadata, how Lightroom links to your source files, and how all that relates to your operating system. I also show you how to integrate Lightroom with Bridge's browser-based workflow, so that both raw processors can be synchronized to the same set of XMP metadata.Note that this "video" podcast includes screen capture and graphics that are optimized for viewing on your computer, so I highly recommend downloading the large version (1024 x 768) from my iDisk rather than watching it on an iPod. It can also be viewed by downloading it directly into iTunes (if you are accessing it by subscribing via the Music Store), or by copying it into iTunes on either a Mac or a PC (if you've downloaded the iPod version from my iDisk). Once copied into iTunes, it can be transferred to a Video iPod, and viewed that way as well.Finally, it's possible that only the audio track will be heard on devices other than Apple Video iPods (depending upon their MPEG4 compatibility), and the photographs will not be seen.The free Quicktime player for Macintosh or Windows can be downloaded from:http://www.apple.com/quicktime/download/
Tips & Tricks Photography Magazine is dedicated to encourage its readers to learn, share and explore their creative nature in photography.To access each issue, click on the title of the post, it's linked to the PDF issue.We are up for suggestions, questions, or articles to share with our readers, so if you have any feedback or ideas please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
LightSource is a lighting and photography podcast that introduces photographers to studio lighting and digital photography techniques and equipment.
Rank #1: E003 Beginner Lighting Options.
In this episode of LightSource, Bill and Ed discuss entry level lighting options and the advantages and disadvantages of each setup. Continue Reading →
Rank #2: E008 Single Light Studio Setups.
This episode of LightSource finds hosts Bill and Ed discussing the use of a single light in the studio. Continue Reading →
Welcome to the Adobe Creative Suite Podcast with tips and tutorials by Terry White. Learn how to unlock the power and potential of the Creative Suite with the visual examples here. I will try to cover all the products evenly, but I do have a passion for InDesign and Photoshop.
Rank #1: How To Get Started With Lightroom CC - 10 Things Beginners Want to Know How to Do.
In this episode of Adobe Creative Cloud TV, Terry White shows how to get started with Adobe Lightroom CC by focusing on the 10 things beginners want to know how to do. Learn how to import and manage your images, learn how to edit them non-destructively on the desktop, mobile and web and learn how to output them to share with others. Take advantage of new workflows.
Rank #2: How To Get Started with Photoshop CS6 - 10 Things Beginners Want to Know How to Do.
In this episode I'll show Photoshop Beginners the 10 things they want to learn how to do first. Photoshop offers a ton of capabilities, but if you're just starting out there are some things that you're probably wanting to know how to do right off the bat.
Hosted by photographer Jordan Younce, the Sleeklens Photography Podcast is for anyone who wants to learn tips for capturing better photos, getting more professional edits, and learning different tips and tricks along the way. We will talk about everything from tips on camera settings, lighting, composition, shooting in difficult situations, Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop editing tips, smartphone photography and even interview some really great photographers so you can learn from the pros! We will also answer your questions on the show! Please remember to subscribe to get the latest episodes as soon as they are released.
Rank #1: Message For Beginning Photographers - Sleeklens Photography Podcast.
In this episode of the Sleeklens Podcast, we share a message for all of the beginners out there who may be struggling to learn photography.As a Thank You for listening, us the coupon code: "sleeklenspodcast" to get 10% off anything in your cart from our storeOur Social Media Channels: Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/SleeklensTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/SleeklensInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/sleeklensPinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/sleeklens/
Rank #2: Back to Basics: The Exposure Triangle.
In this episode of the Sleeklens Photography Podcast, we will cover the basics for every beginning photographer, the exposure triangle.Beginner Photography Course: https://sleeklens.com/product/complete-course-beginner-photography/NEW August RAW Edit Contest: https://sleeklens.com/raw-photo-edit-contest-august-2018/As a Thank You for listening, us the coupon code: "sleeklenspodcast" to get 10% off anything in your cart from our storeOur Social Media Channels:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SleeklensTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/SleeklensInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/sleeklensPinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/sleeklens/
The Grid is a live talk-show about photography, Photoshop and other industry-related topics. Each week features a different guest (in-studio or online) and viewers are encouraged to chime in on the Liveblog here on KelbyTV.com or via Twitter by adding #TheGridLive to their tweets.
Rank #1: The Grid - Do We Really Know What Makes a Good Photo? Clifford Pickett and Erik Kuna - Episode 405.
We spend a lot of time here at KelbyOne talking about what makes a photo good, but do we REALLY know? Sometimes a photo checks off all the markers for a good photo, but it just doesn't measure up. Every once in a while you get a photo that doesn't quite follow the rules - but it excels above and beyond our expectations. Today's episode will be hosted by Erik Kuna and guest Clifford Pickett. Do yourself a favor and check out Clifford's work - it's AWESOME. Join us this afternoon for what will surely be an exciting conversation! This Week's Sponsors: Wacom | mpix | B&H Photo | KelbyOne | Peachpit | Squarespace | Expo Imaging | Intel | Athentech
Rank #2: The Grid - Social Media Do's and Don'ts with Erik Kuna and Unmesh Dinda - Episode 385.
Join Unmesh Dinda and Erik Kuna on The Grid for a crash course in social media techniques. Do you want to take your photography business to the next level? Social media is a tool to gain new clients, discover opportunities, develop partnerships. Erik and Unmesh will also uncover the social media slip-ups you'll want to avoid at all costs! If you're on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or YouTube with your photography content - or you want to be, this segment is for you!This Week's Sponsors: Wacom | mpix | B&H Photo | KelbyOne | Peachpit | Squarespace | Expo Imaging | Intel | Athentech