Category: Photoshop

The March Issue of Photoshop User Is Now Available!

Hi, Everyone! The March 2018 issue of Photoshop User is now live on the KelbyOne site and KelbyOne Mags. In this issue, Dave Williams takes us on a tour of Photoshop to fix those little photographic mistakes that could ruin that picture-perfect image. Plus, Corey Barker creates a 3D display effect to add interest to simple photos; Kirk Nelson adds a twist to a portrait quotation; Lesa Snider shows us how to conquer Content-Aware Scale; Kristina Sherk shares an amazing trick for quickly fixing uneven lighting on portraits; and so much more! Don’t forget that we have “Discuss this Issue” buttons throughout...

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Tip Tuesday: Find That Cool CC Update

Have you ever heard about a great new update to one of your Adobe Creative Cloud apps (like, today on Scott Kelby’s blog?), rush on over to your Creative Cloud application manager, only to see that there are no updates listed under your installed apps? Just “wake them up” by going under the fly-out menu nested under the three dots next to your profile picture in the top bar, and click Check for App Updates. They should populate and be ready to install instantly! And if not… they do “roll out” these updates sometimes, so check again later on...

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Using Actions While Retouching Portraits
by Kristina Sherk

If anyone reading this has attended or watched any of my classes, you know that I believe in working smarter, not harder, when it comes to Photoshop. That’s why I believe wholeheartedly in actions and what they can do to send your retouching into hyperdrive! Incorporating actions into your portrait workflow can make your retouching so much quicker. Actions not only do things faster and with less work from you, but they can also create an outline so that you don’t get sidetracked, thus keeping you productive.

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