Photoshop For Digital Photographers
By Michael Rather - The Digital Photography Connection
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Quick tips and time saving techniques for today?s digital photographer. Adobe Photoshop is an extremely comprehensive graphics design and image editing program. So much so that it tends to dissuade photographers from using it. Well fear no more, this podcast gives today?s digital photographers the details and knowledge on how to simply and effectively use Photoshop in their everyday workflow without having to learn the entire Photoshop application. Speed up your workflow and immediately produce captivating images that everyone is sure to appreciate. Brought to you by The Digital Photography Connection.
|1||VideoUsing the New radial filter in Camera Raw||In this tutorial we'll show you how to use the new Radial Filter found in Photoshop CC.||7/1/2013||Free||View In iTunes|
|2||VideoCreating Killer Faux Infrared Images||Try this technique out! In this tutorial we'll convert an image to infrared and then do some faux magic on it. Try this on one of your landscape images.||5/14/2013||Free||View In iTunes|
|3||VideoCreating Fantasy Images||One of the more powerful features of Photoshop comes from it's ability to create realistic compelling composite images. Watch this tutorial to see how to make a composite fantasy image.||4/17/2013||Free||View In iTunes|
|4||VideoColor Correcting JPEG Images in Camera Raw||There are several color correcting tools found inside of Camera Raw that will you to balance your images to perfection. Watch this tutorial to see how to open a jpeg image into camera raw to use these important tools.||3/16/2013||Free||View In iTunes|
|5||VideoCustom Text Shape Layers||In this tutorial I'll be showing you how to create custom shapes that you can imbed your text into. This technique is great for making personalized images.||2/20/2013||Free||View In iTunes|
|6||VideoAdding a signature to your images||In this weeks episode I'll be showing you how to create and add a signature to your images. I'll also be showing you how to apply your signature to multiple images by using one of our action sets.||1/15/2013||Free||View In iTunes|
|7||VideoMigrating presets||In this tutorial I'll be showing you how to migrate your presets from an older version of Photoshop to Photoshop cCS6.||12/5/2012||Free||View In iTunes|
|8||VideoPhotographic Gradient Maps||In this tutorial we'll be looking at some of the new photographic gradient maps that were added to Photoshop CS6. Now you can transform those dull images into creative works of art.||11/21/2012||Free||View In iTunes|
|9||VideoHow to Create Mood Lighting||Add drama to your images by using the new and improved lighting effects filter found inside of Photoshop CS6.||10/20/2012||Free||View In iTunes|
|10||VideoCross Processing Images in Photoshop||Using the default cross processing presets in Photoshop usually doesn't deliver very good results. In this tutorial I'll show you how to take control of cross processing and apply specific adjustments to your image to get just the right look.||9/25/2012||Free||View In iTunes|
What a Pleasure !!!
I am new to Photoshop. With no knowledge what so ever of how it worked. I spent money on expensive how to books with DVD's included. After over a month with the books I felt like I still had no understanding of Photoshop. After watching only a couple of Michael's podcasts I am using Photoshop with ease. If I don't understand how to get the results I want, I just go to one of Michael's lessons. This is much faster, less intimidating and easier to understand than any of the expensive books I bought.
New to photo editing
Mr Rather's knowledge about both CS2 and CS3 is impressive. Every podcast is presented very well. Mr Rather not only shows you how to fix and alter your images, but also, what happened to cause the image problem in the first place. This is by far my favorite podcast. Keep up the great work!
SUPERIOR Tutorials/ Keep up the GREAT WORK. You have been very Helpful.