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Making Snow in Photoshop

03.12.2015

Making Snow in Photoshop

This week now that winter is upon us, on-hand Photoshop Guru Eric Renno, from tutorial site Tip Squirrel demonstrates how to achieve a snow effect in Photoshop. The base image for this tutorial is ‘Kids having fun on a sleigh ride in winter‘ Adding snow in Photoshop can be done really easily with a brush, layers and the odd […]

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Basic Colour Correction With Premiere Pro CC

26.11.2015

Basic Colour Correction With Premiere Pro CC

This week, on-hand Photoshop Guru Eric Renno, from the site Tip Squirrel demonstrates how to colour correct in Adobe Premiere Pro CC. Getting the right white balance in your video footage can make a huge difference and if you want your stock to sell well it’s a good idea to make sure it’s as good as it […]

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Adding Fireworks with Photoshop Mix

13.11.2015

Adding Fireworks with Photoshop Mix

This week, on-hand Photoshop Guru Eric Renno, from tutorial site Tip Squirrel demonstrates new Adobe mobile app Photoshop Mix.  In this tutorial I’m using a couple of images from Fotolia. For details on how to search and license images, see this post. The base image is: Los Angeles At Night The fireworks are: Beautiful Fireworks Over Sky Open […]

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Retouching A Facial Expression in Photoshop Fix

26.10.2015

Retouching A Facial Expression in Photoshop Fix

This week, on-hand Photoshop Guru Eric Renno, from tutorial site Tip Squirrel demonstrates new Adobe mobile app Photoshop Fix.  Adobe have released a host of mobile apps of late, one of them being Photoshop Fix. I’m sure we’ll explore more of this great app in the future but in this post we’ll take a look at how we […]

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Draw Blood With A Photoshop Brush

15.10.2015

Draw Blood With A Photoshop Brush

This week, on-hand Photoshop Guru Eric Renno, aka Tip Squirrel demonstrates how to draw blood with Photoshop. If you wish to recreate the effect using the same image you can find it here to download. In this post we’ll look at settings to make a brush for drawing on blood or a wound for your Halloween photos. The […]

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Summer to Fall

06.10.2015

Summer to Fall

This week, on-hand Photoshop Guru Eric Renno, aka Tip Squirrel demonstrates how to change seasons in Adobe Photoshop or Lightroom.  For this example I’ll be working in Adobe Photoshop Camera Raw, but everything can be done in Photoshop Lightroom in the Develop Module also. The image I’m using should you wish to recreate it yourself can be […]

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Making A Photoshop Brush

18.09.2015

Making A Photoshop Brush

This week, on-hand Photoshop Guru Eric Renno, aka Tip Squirrel demonstrates how to make a Photoshop brush.  Last time we looked at adding a ‘sparkle’ to an image to make it look like it was shining. In this post we’ll take a look at making our own brush to use on your images. Photoshop brushes are all […]

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Add A Sparkle in Photoshop

10.09.2015

Add A Sparkle in Photoshop

This week, on-hand Photoshop Guru Eric Renno, aka Tip Squirrel demonstrates how to add sparkle to images in Photoshop.  After taking your photograph you may want to add a little sparkle to a reflective edge, there’s a few ways to do this in Photoshop but did you know there’s already a brush to do it? For this example […]

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Save Masks to Channels in Photoshop

01.09.2015

Save Masks to Channels in Photoshop

This week, on-hand Photoshop Guru Eric Renno, aka Tip Squirrel demonstrates how to save masks to channels in Photoshop.  Over the last few posts we’ve looked at several of the Blur Gallery settings including Tilt Shift, Path Blur, Iris Blur and Field Blur. In all these cases there’s been a check box we haven’t used, so […]

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Field Blur

26.08.2015

Field Blur

This week, on-hand Photoshop Guru Eric Renno, aka Tip Squirrel demonstrates how to use Field Blur in Photoshop.  Last time we took a look at Photoshop’s Iris Blur to draw attention to areas of the image, in this post let’s have a look at the similar, yet different, Field Blur: Work Smart In this post I’m using this image: […]

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Iris Blur

29.07.2015

Iris Blur

This week, on-hand Photoshop Guru Eric Renno, aka Tip Squirrel demonstrates how to use Iris Blur in Photoshop.  Adding blur to an image can help to give your image some depth, and draw interest to certain aspects of the composition. Photoshop CC has some great new blurs in the Blur Gallery, we already looked at the […]

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13.07.2015

This week, on-hand Photoshop Guru Eric Renno, aka Tip Squirrel demonstrates a quick Gaussian Blur tip for creating a soft glow in Photoshop Gaussian was a brilliant mathematician and developed an algorithm that works amazingly well for creating blurs. I would be happy to explain the algorithm, however: 1. I don’t really have the space here and […]

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The Blur Gallery – Path Blur

06.07.2015

The Blur Gallery – Path Blur

This week, on-hand Photoshop Guru Eric Renno, aka Tip Squirrel guides us through ‘Blur’ in Photoshop as part of a mini-series on the subject.  In this mini series we’ll be taking a look at Blur, the nemesis of all photographers but there’s times when adding it can really make a difference. Let’s kick off the series […]

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Photoshop Displacement Maps

17.06.2015

Photoshop Displacement Maps

This week our on-hand Photoshop expert Eric Renno, aka Tip Squirrel explores ‘Photoshop Displacement Maps’. Over to you Eric…. When you want to add two or more images together quite often you’ll want to contort one to the shape of the other. This can be done with ease in Photoshop using the Displacement Map filter. Its […]

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26.05.2015

This week our on-hand Photoshop expert Eric Renno, aka Tip Squirrel explains how to use ‘Colour Match Layers’ to get better Photoshop composites. Over to you Eric…. When you’re combining images to make a composite image you’ll often find that the layer colours don’t match. There’s several ways to correct this but this is my […]

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Using Upright In Lightroom and Adobe Camera Raw

11.05.2015

Using Upright In Lightroom and Adobe Camera Raw

This week, on-hand Photoshop Guru Eric Renno, aka Tip Squirrel guides us through how to use ‘Upright’ in Lightroom and Adobe Camera Raw.  Often when we take images of structures we get this effect that makes it look like it’s falling backwards. In Lightroom 5 and later and Adobe Camera Raw (ACR) 8 and later there’s […]

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