In this quick-tip Photoshop tutorial, you’ll learn how to intensify the colors in sunset photos using just one adjustment layer. And that adjustment layer is the Channel Mixer. The Channel Mixer is very a powerful tool especially if you’re trying to make your photos more vivid and vibrant. It’s also one of the most underrated adjustments simply because people don’t know how to use it. In this video, you’ll learn how to use the channel mixer in Photoshop to make your sunset or sunrise photos look super intense without the artifacts that you’d with the saturation adjustment. This is a quick tutorial and if you’re interested in learning about this magic, then keep watching and you’ll see how it works.
Tag: Image Editing
This link will explain how layer masks work in Photoshop. I would recommend using layer masks as they can be very useful in many ways within your photo editing projects.
Photoshop comes with many different Adjustment Layers to help you change everything from contrast to colours. Take a look at this resource to help you learn about the different adjustment layers: design.tutsplus.com/series/the-ultimate-guide-to-adjustment-layers–psd-26067
When scaling photos to match a certain size of paper or dimension, sometimes you end up cropping important parts of your image. This content aware scale option can help you resize your images to the size you want and still keep the subject of your image intact:
Above video created by KelbyOne. More tutorials from KelbyOne via: www.youtube.com/user/kelbymediagroup/playlists
Take a look at this fantastic tutorial from PSD Stack. It helps you learn about light direction, using masks and adding hair to a portrait and also some nice touch-ups to the eyes and lips.