Course Category: Photoshop

  • Ps Foundations Sharpening

    by Blake
    8 Lessonsin

    415 learners taking this course

    Photoshop Foundations:  Sharpening Sharpening in your workflow is a necessary task, especially if you shoot RAW!  Your camera processes JPEGs without you really knowing it.  It applies Noise Reduction, Contrast & Color Adjustments, and Sharpening.  You may have noticed that JPEG images are much sharper right off the sensor, but that doesn’t mean JPEG is […]

  • Ps Foundations Noise Reduction

    by Blake
    8 Lessonsin

    410 learners taking this course

    Photoshop Foundations:  Noise Reduction Noise Reduction is a very subjective topic in Photography.  Some like the noise obliterated, blown to plastic smithereens.  Others like it subtle if any at all.  Either way,  no matter how you look at it, Noise Reduction is essential, especially on high ISO images. In this course, I am going to […]

  • Photoshop Foundations - Cleanup Tools

    by Blake
    10 Lessonsin ,

    392 learners taking this course

    Photoshop Foundations:  Cleanup Tools Did you know that 4 out of every 5 images that I see during the critique sessions require some form of image “cleanup”?  Either there are distractions that are keeping the viewer from enjoying the piece or there are tiny dust spots that will annoy the trained eye.  Either way, these distractions […]

  • Ps Foundations - Smart Objects

    by Blake
    7 Lessonsin

    384 learners taking this course

    Photoshop Foundations:  Smart Objects For years I avoided Smart Objects and any educational material that revolved around them.  I thought they were too complex and time-consuming to be valuable for photographers.  As with just about everything, time will have its way with you and guide you to wisdom.  More and more frequently I find myself using Smart […]

  • PS Foundations Cataloging

    by Blake
    8 Lessonsin ,

    445 learners taking this course

    Photoshop Foundations:  Cataloging Cataloging your photos may be the most important part of your photographic workflow.  If your cataloging system is broken, you will lose images, have a poor backup system, and may be less inclined to post produce your images.   An effective catalog system accounts for your images from the moment you put your […]

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