Learn how to even out the tones and colors of your photos with Adobe Lightroom or Adobe Photoshop’s Camera Raw filter. When your photo has mixed lighting, it feels like you can never get the proper white balance. Or maybe you can’t get the proper exposure without overexposing other areas. In this tutorial, you’ll learn a retouching technique to even out the brightness and white balance in an easy and quick way.
Highlighted text is a very popular style used in marketing materials especially on social media like Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. It’s a simple way to turn boring text into attention-grabbing headlines.
And although these text styles are simple, it takes a lot of steps to create them in Photoshop. For example, if you want to highlight a paragraph of text like this. You have to draw a box for every line of text. You also have to be precise otherwise the results will look messy.
But now with these Photoshop actions, you can easily create this highlighted text in just one click. You can also create a ribbon, pill-shaped button, underline with any color you want, and more. These are the very first Photoshop actions that can do this and it’s such an easy way to make any text look more interesting. If you’re interested, keep watching and I’ll show you how it works.
In this Lightroom tutorial, you’ll learn how to create the popular desaturated urban look that you see used a lot in night-time city and architecture photos. But instead of learning how to replicate a single look with very specific settings, you’ll learn the technique behind it so whether you want something subtle or strong, minimal or surrealistic, you’ll know how to customize the settings to get the exact look you want. You’ll also learn about a common Lightroom mistake that even professionals make. And it’s one of those mistakes that you don’t want to do because forces you do things backwards and slows down your workflow. By the way, if you only have Photoshop, you can still follow along with the Camera Raw filter. This is an easy tutorial so whether a Lightroom beginner or expert, you’ll have no problem following along.
Learn how to create an orange teal look in Photoshop using just two adjustment layers. In a previous video, you learned how to do this in Lightroom which you can copy with the Camera Raw filter in Photoshop. However, if you’re doing it in Photoshop, it’s easier, more efficient, and more flexible to use adjustment layers. This is an easy tutorial so whether you’re a Photoshop beginner or expert, you’ll have no problems following along. What’s special about this tutorial is not the orange and teal colors, but the technique behind it. Because once you learn this technique, you can create so many different types of color gradings and color combinations with just a few layers.
Learn how to create highlighted text in Photoshop. This is one of the most popular text style especially on Facebook, Twitter, and other social media networks. Marketers love it because it’ll work no matter what you have as the background and it’s very attention grabbing. This should be a easy process like it is in Adobe InDesign but unfortunately it’s not that easy in Photoshop. But I do have a neat little trick that will give you really good results and once you find out how it’s done, you can do it in less than a minute. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create the highlighted text style in Photoshop.
In this Lightroom tutorial, you’ll learn how to create the popular red and blue duotone effect similar to the graphics and cover art you see in Spotify. You’ll learn how to do this in two ways. You’ll learn how most people do it with the split toning method. It’s easier and sometimes it’s good enough. Then you’ll learn my way of doing it which will give you much better results. It’s also a transferable skill that you can use in other software like Photoshop, Capture One, Affinity Photo and more. Finally, there are a lot of color combinations that work great as duotones and I’ll be showing you a straightforward way to figure out what settings to use for any color you want.
Learn this new way to boost the colors of your landscape photos. This technique lets you get the most vibrant and saturated photos while still keeping a natural look. You’ll learn how to increase saturation with the Channel Mixer and then use Vibrancy masking to control whether you want it to affect the vibrant or non-vibrant areas. This works amazingly well for landscapes and it’s a great when you want to get the most intense and vibrant colors you can from your photo.
Here are some really cool Photoshop actions and LUTs that will transform the colors in your photos to a variety of orange-teal and orange-blue effects. They’re very easy to use. The Photoshop actions are fully editable and nondestructive. You’ll also get LUTs that you can use in other software such as Adobe Premiere, After Effects, Final Cut Pro, Affinity Photo, and more.
The tone curve is one of the most powerful tools that every photographer or retoucher needs to learn. But it never had a major redesign. And most people still think it has a steep learning curve when really it’s quite straightforward. With a simple redesign, Adobe and other software developers can make the tone curves much more intuitive to the point where even if it’s your first time using it, you’ll be able to guess your way around it. In this article, I’ll show you 5 improvements to the tone curves that software developers like Adobe should make. And in the process, you’ll also learn cool new ways of seeing and understanding the tone curves which will make everything so much easier.
Learn how to create the popular orange teal look in Lightroom. This is a very easy tutorial it’s perfect for beginners. You’ll learn how to use the Camera Calibration sliders to shift the hues and use the Tone Curves create a simple faded look. This technique can also be used to create other similar warm and cool color combinations. For example, if you don’t want orange and teal, you can create pink and cyan. By the way, if you only use Photoshop, you can still follow along with the Camera Raw filter which is in the Photoshop filters menu.