The weekly Photoshop TV show featuring "The Photoshop Guys" Scott Kelby, Jessica Maldonado and Matt Kloskowski. Presented by the National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP).
On this episode, our new Photoshop Girl Jessica is back with an easy technique for a carved wood text effect. Pete shows you how to transfer layer styles to their own layers for more accurate shadow compositing. And Corey shares a quick tip for aligning photos that will allow you to combine the best features of your images.
It's a brand new season of PhotoshopUser TV and Scott's back to introduce our very first Photoshop Girl - Jessica Maldonado. This episode is also jam-packed with tips on assembling panos, creating custom patterns for useful applications, and how to recover over-exposed images in Lightroom. Pete then discusses his new "Photoshop Fun" contests for NAPP members. Oh - and the guys go a little crazy with some singing…
On this week's Spring season finale, RC explains how to use the sync feature to apply settings to multiple images in Photoshop and Lightroom, Pete challenges you to create your own "spot the difference" images, and Corey demonstrates animating nested smart objects to make an animated gif. And as a bonus, Glyn Dewis stops by with a quick tip on using layer styles to improve your composites.
On this episode, Matt offers some tips for cleaning up your images before getting them printed, Corey makes a pleasing symmetrical image using content-aware scale, and Pete shows you how to save your custom Photoshop brushes using the present manager.
This week, Corey shows you how to use the 3D elements of Photoshop in surprising ways. Then, Pete shows the hidden tricks of layer styles, and Aaron Blaise returns for an in-depth look at sketching in Photoshop - from rough outlines to finished painted masterpiece.
On this week's episode, Matt, Corey and Pete welcome very special guest Aaron Blaise as he shares some Photoshop sketching tips while drawing a beautiful picture of a lioness. Matt gives a quick tip about working with polarizers when taking photos, Corey demonstrates how to create a cinemagraph and Pete shows you how to scale layer styles correctly. Don't miss this special episode!
This week on Photoshop User TV, RC shares a tip about file metadata in Lightroom and how to move settings from one computer to another. Pete then shares his 5 favorite apps for creativity along with some handy accessories for the iPad. Finally, Corey goes in depth in Photoshop to show how he created and textured a 3D makeup bottle from scratch.
On this episode, Dave Cross returns with some tips on using shortcuts for layer masks in Photoshop. Corey demonstrates another example of using channels to make selections to create a cool atmospheric effect. Then Pete gives some recommendations on simplifying your Lightroom workspace for faster photo retouching.
This week's episode features an in-depth look at Corey's 3D Super Bowl trophy made completely in Photoshop. Pete steps in to demystify vector masks and special guest Serge Ramelli discusses Lightroom 4's new math algorithms that allow you to recover significantly more detail in your photos than ever before.
On this week's episode, Pete starts off by showing us how to remove distracting elements from your photos, like wrinkles on clothes, with a secret about the healing brush tool. Then, Corey demonstrates how to easily extract tricky elements from a background by using channel selections. And RC explains the benefit of using Bridge's Camera Raw instead of Photoshop's so that you can free up Photoshop for other work.