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photo compositing in photoshop tutorial How to do a photo composite in Photoshop, full walk through. Free Photoshop tutorial

Complete photo compositing tutorial in Photoshop. Create this sports composite, free step by step instructions, start to finish. Extract and combine photos, add texture overlays and color effects.

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How to use Lightroom Presets in Photoshop

Learn how to use Lightroom Presets in Photoshop. This tutorial shows you how to make a cool preset in Lightroom and then reuse it in Photoshop. Includes the glamtage preset for free.

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How to make panorama photos in Adobe Camera Raw (ACR) tutorial

This Photoshop CC tutorial shows you how to make a seamless panorama in Camera RAW from multiple photographs. Learn how to make a panorama, super easy and fast, start to finish in this free tutorial.

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HDR Photography, Merge to HDR in Adobe Camera Raw Tutorial

New in Photoshop CC 2015 release is the ability to merge bracketed photos together in ACR (Adobe Camera Raw). In the past, we have merged our photos in Photoshop using Merge to HDR.

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Filter brushes Adobe Camera Raw 9 Tutorial

All new local adjustments with the new Filter Brushes in ACR 9, allow you to paint on or subtract from gradient and radial filters. Adobe Camera Raw 9.1 new feature tutorial

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Photoshop CC 2015 Camera Raw 9.1 new features tutorial

This tutorial shows you how to use all the new features released in Camera Raw 9.1 update. New feature review of Camera Raw in Photoshop CC 2015, Dehaze, Merge to Panorama and HDR is Camera Raw and more. How to use the new features in ACR CC 2015 update.

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Camera Raw Presets. How to Create and use Presets in ACR

Photoshop Camera Raw is a powerful photo editor. Presets can easily change your photographs with a single click. This free tutorial shows you how to make your own presets and use them on all your photos. You can download some free presets here.

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Dodging and Burning Natural HDR in Camera Raw and Photoshop

We look at two methods of dodging and burning. One is with Camera Raw (exactly the same in Lightroom) and the second is a non destructive method for bringing our the details in a photograph. Learn how to contour and add dimension to photographs using these techniques.

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Small planets in Photoshop, aerial drone photos from quadcopters

In this Photoshop Tutorial, Colin Smith uses aerial photos from his DJI Phantom quadcopter to create a small planet effect. In this tutorial, learn how to stitch panorama photographs from multiple photos and then turn them into the small planet effect. This tutorial is all about having fun and making something that is unusual. People love unusual things.

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Working with Smart Object and Smart Filters in Photoshop

Smart Objects are very useful because they are non destructive. They can contain images, Illustrator files, RAW files and more. Learn what a smart object is and how to use it.

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Processing HDR Landscape Photography in Adobe Camera Raw and Lightroom

You are able to work with merged HDR images in ACR and Lightroom , meaning that you have a lot more tonal range, or details in shadows and details in highlights to work with. The result is a photograph that looks very close to what you witnessed with your eyes.

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Photoshop tutorial -Creating a Custom Brush from a photo

This tutorial is a 2 in one. Learn how to make a custom brush from a photo. Also learn how to fix perspecive distortions on photographs in photoshop.

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Camera Raw 6 A WHOLE NEW PROCESSING ENGINE

Adobe has done it again – they’ve taken the foundational image processing engine of the world’s most popular raw converter and rewritten it from the ground up. The algorithms for this new “demosaicing” process allows Adobe Camera Raw 6 (like it’s cousin Lightroom 3) to achieve sharper, cleaner detail while also dramatically reducing noise in high ISO images. This quality boost would be worth the price of upgrade alone but the ACR team has also added new improved blending options for the Post-Crop Vignette feature and also the ability to add a simulated “grain” back into images to obtain a range of traditional film looks.

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What’s new in Camera Raw 5

Tim Cooper The New Local Adjustments in Camera Raw Adobe just keeps making the Raw Converter better and better. With the newest version (Adobe Camera Raw 5.0), we now have […]

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