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How to remove the sky behind the trees
 

How to remove the sky behind the trees

 Basics  19th October 2012 | Author: NikMan

You will learn a very simple way to remove the background sky behind the trees and their leads in Photoshop.

Content aware moving of objects in Photoshop CS6
 

Content aware moving of objects in Photoshop CS6

 Basics  28th April 2012 | Author: NikMan

The new Adobe Photoshop CS6 comes with quite a few new features one of more impressive ones is Content aware move tool.

Open images as Photoshop layers
 

Open images as Photoshop layers

 Basics  19th September 2011 | Author: mat

If you want to open more images at once and you want them in the same Photoshop document as layers, then keep reading.

How to create an object reflection in Photoshop
 

How to create an object reflection in Photoshop

 Basics  5th February 2012 | Author: mat

You have probably seen numerous of object reflections on web pages and magazines. Let me show you how to do that.

Selective colors with History Brush
 

Selective colors with History Brush

 Basics  21st October 2011 | Author: mat

There are quite a few ways to achieve the selective colors on black and white effect, let's learn how to create one using the History Brush.

Difference between Opacity and Fill
 

Difference between Opacity and Fill

 Basics  17th October 2011 | Author: mat

If you're Photoshop beginner there's a big chance you at some point you were wondering about the difference between Fill and Opacity.

Straighten a picture using Photoshop
 

Straighten a picture using Photoshop

 Basics  15th September 2011 | Author: mat

Let's learn how to make the horizons and crooked pictures in general straight and there for in most cases more appealing.

Cropping images in Photoshop
 

Cropping images in Photoshop

 Basics  19th September 2011 | Author: mat

If you're not satisfied with the crop you made with you camera or just want to get rid of some part of the picture, no biggie,  you can custom crop it.

How to use Perspective Crop Tool in Photoshop CS6
 

How to use Perspective Crop Tool in Photoshop CS6

 Basics  7th May 2012 | Author: NikMan

With the new version of Photoshop, you also get a new cropping tool called Perspective Crop Tool which will change the perspective on a image. Check it out, it really is a cool tool.

Change default resample image option in Photoshop
 

Change default resample image option in Photoshop

 Basics  3rd July 2012 | Author: mat

If you are mostly using only one resample image option when resizing images, then you can change the default option to the option you are using the most.

Create picture inside of a picture using Photoshop
 

Create picture inside of a picture using Photoshop

 Basics  18th December 2012 | Author: banana

In this simple Photoshop tutorial we will create an image that will look like there is a photo inside of a photo and add some radial blur for the more dynamic effect.

Crop images to change their perspective in Photoshop
 

Crop images to change their perspective in Photoshop

 Basics  21st June 2012 | Author: mat

In Photoshop CS6, the new version of Photoshop, you can use special cropping tool and you are done, but that doesn't mean you cannot achieve the same result with older versions. 

Adding notes in Photoshop
 

Adding notes in Photoshop

 Basics  15th September 2011 | Author: mat

Photoshop has a cool and handy feature where you can stick a note anywhere on the picture you like.

Image sharpening in Photoshop CC
 

Image sharpening in Photoshop CC

 Basics  14th September 2013 | Author: mat

The newest Photoshop release CC comes with an advanced tool for making blurry pictures sharper. Let's me show you how to use it.

How to use guide lines in Photoshop
 

How to use guide lines in Photoshop

 Basics  9th July 2012 | Author: mat

In my opinion one of the guidelines are one of the best and most useful features Photoshop has to offer, let me walk you through the basics.

How to use content aware scaling the right way
 

How to use content aware scaling the right way

 Basics  5th September 2012 | Author: NikMan

We already published a similar tutorial, but this time we will find out how to resize images while the selected areas stay the same.

 
   
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