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11/50 – The Radial Filter in Camera Raw in Photoshop CC

Jul 28, 2014 3:21 PM
Rating: (Total Clicks 8)

The video below demonstrates the Radial Filter in Adobe Camera Raw in Photoshop CC. Additional tips and shortcuts for working with the Radial Filter are below. • Tap the “J” key to select the Radial Filter • The Shift key will constrain the Radial Filter to a circle. • Tapping the “V” key will toggle […] (translate)

10/50 – Sync Upright’s Numeric Transforms in Camera Raw

Jul 25, 2014 1:20 PM
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Often I have found that I want to apply perspective correction to multiple files at once using the Upright feature in Camera Raw. But depending on the results I want to achieve, it’s best to know that there are two different ways of accomplishing this. Note: For both methods, it is recommended that you first […] (translate)

9/50 – Upright Perspective Corrections in Camera Raw for Photoshop CC

Jul 24, 2014 1:20 PM
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In the video below,  discover how to use Camera Raw ‘s Upright modes to fix common problems in photographs such as tilted horizons and converging verticals in building. Shortcut: in the Lens Correction panel, in the Manual subpanel, press Control-Tab to cycle through the Upright options from left to right. Add the Shift key to […] (translate)

8/50 -  Path Creation and Selection Improvements in Photoshop CC

Jul 23, 2014 1:20 PM
Rating: (Total Clicks 8)

The video below includes several of the path creation and selection improvements in Photoshop CC including Isolation Mode, anchor point repositioning, anchor point and path selection behavior, and path operation shortcuts. Following is additional (and in some cases, updated) information about the features: Isolation Mode As was explained in the video, to use Isolation mode, select […] (translate)

7/50 Disabling Photoshop’s Properties Panel from Auto Showing on Shape Creation

Jul 22, 2014 1:07 PM
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In Photoshop CC, adding a Rectangle, Rounded Rectangle and/or Ellipse shape layer (using the Shape tools) automatically displays the Properties panel making it easier to access the “Live Shape” Properties. But sometimes I find that having the Properties panel automatically popping out from it’s iconic view can be distracting. To stop this “auto-reveal” behavior, from the Properties […] (translate)

6/50 – Re-Editable Rounded Rectangles in Photoshop CC (Live Shapes)

Jul 21, 2014 1:21 PM
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Photoshop CC has the ability to create “live shapes” (or re-editable) with rounded corners using the Rectangle, Rounded Rectangle and/or Ellipse Shape tools. To do so, drag out the desired rectangle, then use the Properties panel to round the corners (use the link icon to round them all at once, or each one independently). And, […] (translate)

5/50 – Using Path Blur to Add Motion Blur Effects Along a Path in Photoshop CC

Jul 18, 2014 1:21 PM
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The new Path blur filter enables blurring along a motion path. The video below demonstrates how to choose the direction and speed of the blur, refine tapering and even distort the shape of the blur to add artistic effects. You’ll also see how to add more than one path for additional control of the motion. […] (translate)

4/50 – How to Add Realistic Spinning Motion Blur Effects using Spin Blur in Photoshop CC

Jul 17, 2014 1:20 PM
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The new Spin Blur filter creates non-destructive, realistic, motion effects including the ability to spin an object at variable angles, as well emulate traditional strobe effects (including the ability to define the strength, number of flashes and duration). This video will show you how: Tip: Command + Option -drag (Mac) | Control + Alt -drag […] (translate)

3/50 -Applying Non-destructive Field, Tilt & Iris Blur Filters in Photoshop CC

Jul 16, 2014 1:21 PM
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Similar to the Liquify filter, the Field, Tilt and Iris Blur Filters can now be applied as Smart Filters in Photoshop CC. The benefit of applying the Blurs as a Smart Filters is that as a result, the manipulations are nondestructive. Not only can you re-edit the filters at any time, but you have access […] (translate)

2/50 – Making Nondestructive Adjustments using Liquify in Photoshop CC

Jul 15, 2014 12:48 PM
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The Photoshop team has made a significant number of enhancements to the Liguify feature over the years. In Photoshop CS6, they added larger brushes, faster performance (buy doing the calculations on the GPU instead of the CPU) and the ability to load the last created Mesh (so that you can apply it to multiple layers […] (translate)

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