In this week’s free video lesson, we’re going to Learn what the Assign Profile and Convert to Profile choices do in Photoshop and when you might want to use each. These are essential when working with Color Profiles in Photoshop and allow you to better manage color between documents. Enjoy!
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Today is day 1 of the Lightroom Virtual Summit and you can sign up for your FREE pass by clicking the link below. Every single training session is designed to take your Lightroom knowledge and skill to the next level – regardless of whether you’re just starting out, or have years of experience. I’ll be teaching alongside many other amazing fellow Lightroom experts and we’re excited to see you there!
This week’s free video focuses on the blending mode of layer groups in Photoshop. When you create a Group (which looks like a folder), its blending mode at the top of the Layers Panel always defaults to Pass Through. Why is that considered normal instead of Normal mode and when might I want to change it? The answer has to do with how blending modes, blending sliders, RGB checkboxes and more affect the contents of what is below the group.
This week’s free video lesson covers a feature found inside Photoshop’s Blending Options settings within the Layer Style dialog. The Knockout Deep & Shallow settings allow you to make one layer knock a hole in underlying layers. The most basic use for it is to have text knock a hole through something. We’ll take it much further than that and show you how to use it when converting to black and white and how to gain more control over adjustment layers.
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In this week’s free video lesson, we’re going to learn a bunch of creative effects you can apply using three simple checkboxes. My favorite use is to light an object from three different angles and then combine the three images into a colorful result. I find that most Photoshop users don’t even know what these checkboxes do! Let’s dive in and find out.
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I know I’m late to this party, but I have finally joined Instagram as an educator, Photoshop expert and photographer. I’m not new to the platform, as I have accounts for my vintage service station images and the yoga photo series I share with my wife. Those are very specific though. I wanted a place to share new images, tips, news and what’s going on with me in general. Connect with me there by clicking the link below.
This week’s free video lesson will show you how to learn more from histograms. The colors that appear in Lightroom, ACR and Photoshop’s histograms can be useful to detect color casts, determine if detail is being lost and to know more about the colors that make up an image. In the video, I start by blindly interpreting a bunch of histograms while I cannot see the image that it represents (but you can). I then explain how basic color works and how that relates to the colors that appear in the histogram. Enjoy and be sure to subscribe to my channel so you don’t miss future videos!
The Photoshop Virtual Summit is live this week and it’s free to watch! Starting today, the event will be an amazing five days of practical training by the world’s leading Photoshop experts, myself included. Click below to get your free pass, and I’ll see you there!
After 20+ years of teaching at events all over the world, I’m happy announce that I’ve cleared by calendar and I’ll be turning my focus to helping a select group of individuals in what I call Masters Academy.
In the academy, I’ll produce a new video lesson every week that takes you beyond what I’ve taught in all my books and seminars. Then you can ask questions, share your results and ask for constructive criticism from a group of hundreds of other dedicated Photoshop and Lightroom users that are in the academy. I even have a way to allow you to watch some of the videos for free if you’re not a member.