Looking to learn quick Photoshop tips to take your photos to the next level? Did you miss our biggest conference of the year about all things Photoshop? Not to worry. We’ve created a round-up of top highlights from the week — from beginner tutorials on popular tools to advanced tips for adjusting color — that are sure to help you master your photo editing skills in no time at all.
1. Beginner: A Better Way To Use The Photoshop Elliptical Marquee Tool
RC Concepcion shares a very simple photoshop trick to speed up ways to make an accurate selection. For more ways to make better selections in Adobe Photoshop, use layer masks in your photo projects to correct exposure, enhance color and selectively add details to any image check out RC’s hour-long Photoshop Week class.
2. Beginner Live Shooting Demonstration: How to Photograph a Bride and Groom in a Hotel Room
Good lighting makes for an easier edit, and strong editing knowledge allows you to play more confidently with light. There are plenty of things you can do about bad lighting in the post-production that can save your photos. Wedding photographer Daniel Kudish shows you how to shoot in a typical hotel room to make post-process much easier.
3. Intermediate: How To Make a Double Exposure with Blend Modes
Start using Photoshop blend modes to make creative double exposures. Digital graphics expert, Jesús Ramirez, shares how blend modes work and how to apply them to your creative projects. Learn more about how to use blend modes in Adobe Photoshop in Jesús Ramirez’s class ‘How to Use Photoshop® Blend Modes Like a Pro’.
4. Intermediate-Advanced: How to Change Colors of a Landscape
Learn how to create landscape images you’re proud to show off! Blake Rudis demonstrates in Photoshop how to adjust color tones to create landscape photos that will transport your viewers.
5. Advanced: How to Make Presets in Photoshop
Finally! You can now make presets in Photoshop to capture the look and feel created with several adjustments layers and apply them to multiple images. Dave Cross demonstrates how to use the color look-up table, an overlooked yet powerful adjustment layer tool, to capture adjustments from one photo and apply them to others while still maintaining a level of control for minor tweaks.
For more Photoshop tricks, check out CreativeLive’s Photoshop Week 2018 conference today.