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    Masterclass: Creative still life photographs

    | Photo Editing, Photoshop | 15/01/2014 13:06pm
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    Looking to unleash your creativity? Try combining photos and textures for artistic effect. Here, we show you some great still-life techniques to get you started.

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    Create a snowflake from a lobster!

    | Photo Editing, Photoshop | 10/12/2013 14:18pm
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    By using Photoshop’s Step and repeat command, you’ll find it easy to create a wintry symmetrical pattern from the most unlikeliest of sources!

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    Photoshop tutorial: Make Raw adjustments to your landscape shots

    | Photo Editing, Photoshop | 07/06/2013 10:22am
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    Watch our step by step video and learn how to make Raw adjustments in Photoshop to correct your landscape shots

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    Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5 Public Beta Now Available

    | News, Photoshop | 16/04/2013 05:03am
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    Adobe today announces the availability of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5 beta for Windows and Mac

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    Unsharp Mask: how to sharpen photos for a crisper finish

    | Photo Editing, Photoshop | 03/01/2013 09:00am
    Unsharp Mask: how to sharpen photos for a crisper finish

    The Photoshop Unsharp Mask filter gets its name from a traditional darkroom process used to sharpen an image. The Unsharp Mask filter in Photoshop works by increasing the contrast around the edges in an image, which makes them look crisper and sharper.

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    Photoshop Presets: the best way to make a black and white preset

    | Photo Editing, Photoshop | 29/12/2012 09:00am
    Photoshop Presets: the best way to make a black and white preset

    You know the saying about not putting the cart before the horse? Rather than deliberately making a range of Photoshop presets, a more organic approach is probably best. The more presets you have, the more time goes into trying out different Photoshop effects one after another. Below we’ll show you a simple way of doing this.

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    Photoshop Lens Blur: take precise control over depth of field post-shoot

    | Photo Editing, Photoshop | 08/11/2012 12:00pm
    Photoshop Lens Blur: take precise control over depth of field post-shoot

    Learn how to use the Photoshop Lens Blur filter to control your depth of field after you’ve taken your picture.

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    Digital Grids: make an image out of letters and numbers

    | Photo Editing, Photoshop | 21/10/2012 09:00am
    Digital Grids: make an image out of letters and numbers

    Creating images as digital grids is more complex than just overlaying some numbers – but the results can be impressive. FInd out how it’s done in our latest tutorial.

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    Photoshop’s High Pass filter: how to sharpen and soften portraits

    | Photo Editing, Photoshop | 19/10/2012 09:00am
    Photoshop's High Pass filter: how to sharpen and soften portraits

    The Photoshop High Pass filter can be used to both sharpen and soften an image. This is particularly useful for portraits, where the subtle Photoshop effects help your subject stand out, but the High Pass filter is useful in a number of different photo editing situations (which we’ll explain later).

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    How to add reflections to pictures of water drops

    | Photo Editing, Photoshop | 06/10/2012 10:00am
    How to add reflections of flowers into water drops

    Photoshop effects are often used to correct problems, but in this tutorial we’ll show you how you can use it for more creative endeavours as we improve a macro shot’s content and composition. In the start image, we can see a hint of the petals’ reflection in a water droplet.

    In theory, we could have positioned our camera to try to fill the droplet with background flowers, or even waited until the other droplets got larger to add more interest. In practice, we can take control over these elements more quickly and effectively using Photoshop to create reflections in pictures of water drops.

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