Tag Archives: photoshop

The making of an intentionally blurred image (VIcki Moritz)

So you spent years learning how to shoot images in focus? Just for a change here is how to make an intentional blurred image such as the one below Source images- demonstrating you can make something out of not much! … Continue reading

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Blend If

Blend if is a powerful tool in the layer properties in Photoshop (other software may have similar functionality – explore your documentation). Open the layer properties and you find an Advanced Blending block and Blend If block in the central … Continue reading

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The Photoshop Workspace

Workspaces A workspace refers to the collection of user interface elements on your screen and their layout. Photoshop has a vast number of features, so the workspace usually gives a subset of the available tools and functions. You can customise … Continue reading

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Photoshop keyboard shortcuts

Using your keyboard in conjunction with your mouse can speed your work in photoshop. Keyboard shortcuts are customisable to suit your workflow. Continue reading

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