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Before you shoot that picture!
Interpreting a brief
Shooting multiple elements – intelligently
Multi light blending technique
Complex composite work
Fashion and beauty retouching
When not to use Photoshop
Optimizing images
Camera Raw or Photoshop?
Process Versions in Camera Raw
Camera Profiles in Camera Raw
Optimizing the image tones
Optimizing an image in Camera Raw
Optimizing the highlights
Optimizing the blacks
Optimizing both the highlights and blacks
Essential image editing steps
Auto Lens corrections
Crop
Color
Tone
Exposure
Recovery
Blacks
Fill Light
Brightness
Contrast
Finesse
Clarity
Vibrance
Capture sharpening
Amount and Radius
Detail and Masking
Localized adjustments
Spotting
An overview of the Camera Raw workflow
Improving camera capture sharpness
Choice of camera lens
Shooting with a tripod vs. hand-held
Improved sharpness using mirror-up mode
Megapixel limits
How far can we keep going?
The limits of lens optics
One photographer’s viewpoint
Fine-tuning the auto focus alignment
Using Lens Corrections to improve IQ
Capture sharpening workflow
Noise reduction
Creating a surface mask in Photoshop
Camera Raw noise reduction
Grain addition
Improving midtone contrast
High Radius Unsharp Mask technique
Sculpting photos
Photomerging images to improve quality
Improving the shadows with Merge to HDR Pro
Overexposing the shadows
General retouching
Healing brush strategies
Adding lens flare
Simulating film grain
Matching grain
Merging objects with displace distortion
How to create a sparkle brush shape
Vanishing Point
Vanishing Point planes and measurements
Editing objects in 3D
Removing objects
Removing foreground objects
Leaf blower technique
Content-Aware filling
Multiple Content-Aware fills
Layer blending to remove tourists
Median rendering
Coloring hair roots
Snapshot painting
A different way of compositing
Slicing an image
Image warping
History basics
Making snapshots
The channels
The blending
The wrap-up
The Photoshop diet
Fashion and beauty retouching
Adding lightness and contrast to the eyes
Repair work using a copied selection
Removing stray hairs
Beauty skin retouching
Disguise your retouching
Retouching portraits
Hand coloring a photograph
Working with Liquify
How to remove reflections from glasses
Compositing work
Creating a realistic composite
Masking hair
How it works
Getting the different elements to match
Keep the mask edges soft
Hair masking using Refine Mask
Cheating a mask
Masking an object with a path
Working with Smart Objects
Adding atmospherics
Simulating the effect of motion
Embossing the word
Adding motion
Adding lens blur
Extending the depth of field
Merging studio exposures
Layer Styles
How to add extra water drops to a glass
Copying layer styles
How to remove edge flare
How we created the cover image
Combining images
Removing noise using multiple exposures
Combining photographs of fireworks
Photographing star trails
Nocturnal effect
ProPhoto RGB editing
Preserving colors with ProPhoto RGB
Merge to HDR Pro
Photomerge
Resizing the source images
A simple, one-step Photomerge
A three-step Photomerge
Stitching a spherical 360° panorama
Panorama shooting tips
How to create an aerial fisheye lens effect
Content-aware scaling
Content-aware scaling – another use
Digital darkroom effects
Advanced black and white conversion
Cross-processing
Lab Color effects
Simulating the black and white infrared look
Black and white solarization
Coloring an object
Coloring effects using Match Color
Match Color auto adjustments
Using Camera Calibration to distort colors
Softening the focus
Fog effect
Diffused printing effect
Adding progressive blurs
Image border effects
Adding a border to an image
Adding a Clouds filter border
Ragged borders with the Refine Edge command
Turning Photoshop into a robot
Actions in Photoshop
Playing an action
The Actions panel magic decoder ring
The Actions panel fly-out menu
Recording a very basic action
Basic action editing
Troubleshooting actions
Limitations when recording actions
Batch processing
Alternative automated processing tools
An automated raw processing workflow
Combining Bridge, Camera Raw and Photoshop
Recording the batch action
It’s a wrap!
Printing in Photoshop
Inkjet printers
How inkjet printers work
The ideal inkjet
Photographic print quality
Image preservation
Inks and media
Third-party inks
Inkjet economies
Canned printer profiles
Building custom printer profiles
DIY custom printer profiles
Printing a printer test target
Target printing workaround
Getting the most from your printer profiles
Display gamut versus printer gamut
Soft proofing via the display
Display simulation options
CMYK output
Color proofing for press output
CMYK proofing with an inkjet
Simulation and rendering intents
Preparing files for output
Delivering files for output
Is CMYK for you?
Spot color channels
Fine-art printing workflow
Adding value to your images
Identifying your images
File organization methods
Archiving issues
Backing up is not archiving!
Backing up your data
Image protection
How to make money with Photoshop
How much are you worth?
Your rate is your rate
How to bill for digital
Protecting your rights
Orphan works
Image harvesting
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Adobe-Photoshop for photographers

Adobe-Photoshop for photographers

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tutorials for photographers on photoshop
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Published by: Taylor Cubbie on Jan 19, 2013
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