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This series of video tutorials covers what masks are, why they're the center of all good selections, and how to use them like a pro. Specifically: the mask palette; FG/BG swapping; Brush controls; varying edge blur; how to pipe a channel into a mask; and selecting via color correction tools.
Discover the way to the finest color mixes by understanding the natural color-scheme selection and get introduced to the basics of the lights & shadows.
Blending is the essential skill for every photo manipulator and it´s one of the first things to learn. Without proper blending your images won't look believable. There are several ways how to blend images together. In this article I'd like to cover basic techniques which are essential for every manipulation.
Matte painting is a technique that filmmakers use to create backgrounds for scenes that can't or don't exist in real life.
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Understand the basics of the colors, and learn the advantages of the finest color mixes.
Learn to install and configure Magento, and add products to your online catalog using \"Magento Beginner\'s Guide\" by William Rice.This book helps customers navigate their online store and to create categories and attributes to build their catalog of products and enhance it with descriptions, images, and inventory information.
Photoshop provides more precision editing tools than perhaps any other graphics program. Now that you know how to select and move image content (please refer to the Selection tutorials), you may want to try out these tools. These features of Photoshop will help you align your selections perfectly. Throughout this course, we will train you on Grids, Guides, and Rulers. While going through this tutorial we will show you some tips and tricks with these features, such as how to lock your guide or how to use the snap to feature.
This guide will help you get to grips with the basics of adjustment layers. I’ll be reviewing the most popular adjustments such as, Exposure, Curves, Levels and Brightness/Contrast. Most professional photographers will use adjustment layers to perfect there photos.