February 14, 2019
Blemishes, Backpacks, Backlights and Backgrounds – working with images in Photoshop
Have you ever had images that don’t quite work for your yearbook? It’s Almost perfect, but something is wrong? Maybe you can’t put a finger on it, or maybe there is a finger over the lens. Well, the latter may not be salvageable, but the former may be. Here are some thoughts.
“How To Remove ANYTHING From a Photo In Photoshop”
This is a great tutorial. The first two are moderately easy and the third is a little more advanced.
See the two screen captures for before and after.
Here are some other good ones.
- Place An Image In Text With Photoshop (click here)
- The Background Eraser Tool In Photoshop (click here)
- 20 Photoshop Video Tutorials To Make You An Expert (click here)
- Photoshop Keyboard Shortcuts (click here)
Remember, it has been said that when it comes to Photoshop, your two best friends are ‘Preview’ and ‘Undo’. That is a pretty good philosophy.
Friesens Yearbook Consultant