How to Fix an Over Sharpened Image
How To Create A HDR Sharpened Effect
This is an easy to follow design screencast tutorial. The tutorial is a quick tip which i find myself using time and time again when importing photographs into web design projects. I’m by far Photoshop expert on retouching photographs, but its a great little technique for sharpening and refining an image in Photoshop.
Fix Torn Photos
This tutorial shows how to fix torn photos, even when the tear has removed some of the previous photographic image.
Lab Color Sharpening
This tutorial will show you how to get your photos sharpened with Lab color sharpening technique.
Improve photos by straightening the horizon
The horizon, especially in a landscape or seascape photo, can make or break your photo. A tilted horizon is not a good idea, unless it can aid the effect you're trying to achieve. It is very easy to fix the horizon but there is some price involved in this fix. Furthermore, I'll discuss some tricky situations and how to fix them.
How to fix a damaged signature
This tutorial teaches you how to easily fix those jagged edges and make your letters look professional.
Transforming an image into old photo effect
How to transform a normal image into a old looking worn out 1930’s image. Here I have used few filter effects and some adjustments to make the image as realistic as possible.
How to Easily Fix “Pet Eye” In Photoshop
When using camera flash while photographing your pets, you’ve probably noticed that their eyes get color casts akin to red eye in humans. If you try to fix this in post-production the same way as you would fix human red eye, Photoshop will just desaturate and darken the area. The eyes will look washed out and awkward.
This tutorial will provide a basic introduction to the levels adjustment. Use this adjustment to increase contrast or fix/balance light and dark values in your image.
Correct Color and Tone
One of the reasons why Photoshop is extremely popular because of its advance color correction and tone. In this tutorial I will show you how to use some basic techniques to fix a image and get professional results.
Apply The Auto Image Commands As Adjustment Layers
In the previous tutorial in this series on correcting tone and color problems, we learned how Photoshop's three Auto image adjustments (Auto Tone, Auto Contrast and Auto Color) work and how they can quickly improve the overall look of our images by boosting contrast and removing unwanted color casts. While these commands are by no means the best ways to fix these issues, they have the advantages of being very fast and very easy to use, making them popular choices for correcting and retouching those less important, everyday snapshots.
Increase the clearness of the photo
Sometimes we have a precious moment in our lives captured in the wrong way. This is where Photoshop is used to fix this problem - to enhance and retouch our precious, yet less-than-perfect image to become precious perfect ones.
Why Not Use RAW Format In Your Photography?
Digital cameras normally deliver your image in JPEG format after compressing the image inside the processor. When you edit the JPEG image on your computer and resave it, you introduce artifacts into the image. These will detract from the overall quality and be clearly visible when viewing your image at high resolution. When you set your camera to deliver your image in RAW format, then you will eliminate compression artifacts and the higher quality of your image will be clearly visible.
Simple photo edit tutorial: Easy fix for dark or underexposed photos
It’s such a disappointment to upload photos to your computer and realize they’re dark and underexposed. This happens often when you shoot on AUTO – today’s cameras do a pretty good job with exposure, but even the smartest camera can get confused. It doesn’t know whether the person you’re photographing is supposed to have a light or dark skin tone, so photos of lighter skinned people often end up too dark. And when there’s a lot of light behind your subject you’re almost guaranteed a dark, underexposed image. To make matters worse, photos look even darker when printed than they do on our bright computer screens (turn down your monitor’s brightness to help fix this discrepancy).
Understanding Image Types: JPEG & TIFF
Knowing which image type to use ensures you can make the most of your digital photographs. Some image types are best for getting an optimal balance of quality and file size when storing your photos, while other image types enable you to more easily recover from a bad photograph...
Removing Objects with Content-Aware Fill and Patch
But what if you need to use another area of your photo for the fix instead of surrounding pixels? That’s where the Patch tool shines. In this column, you’ll learn how to use both options safely. Open an image with a medium- to large-sized object to delete, like this light post.
Create a stylized image effect using Photoshop CC.
Create a new Document and import the image you want to modify. I create a document using the setting shown below. Open your image using any picture viewing program and drag the image into Photoshop work-space. With the image loaded into Photoshop we can start adding the effect.
How to fix colours
It’s relatively easy to spice up your photos in Photoshop. But how about taking it one step further? The key to success is to fix your colours and enhance them. That way you’ll be sure to achieve eye-catching results.
Working With Image Files
The following tutorial will walk you through creating a new image file to opening a picture. We will also show you how to save an image and some important keyboard shortcuts. Along the way we will show you many different tips and tricks that can be used in Photoshop and image files such as how to open multiple files at once.
Photoshop Background Patterns
Here's a few simple steps to achieve another method of eliminating the background of an image when exporting the image to a page layout, vector-editing application, or printing purposes.
We will create a 'Clipping Path' to isolate the nontransparent portion of an image so that layout programs print the image as expected, otherwise, it will display and print the transparent portions of an image as white.
Sometimes achieving a certain effect seems easy with a quick fix. But what separates the boys from the designers is the ability to see (in your mind) variations from the easy fix that change the mood and quality of the photo entirely. And this is what I'll try to explain in this tutorial.