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Cloning techniques for Photoshop Touch
Cloning techniques for Photoshop Touch
Use the clone stamp tool in Photoshop Touch to duplicate image elements for a surrealistic effect. Russell Brown shows you how to use this technique to keep your file sizes small.
  • Photoshop Touch
  • Views: 46,106
  • Added: Mar 12, 2012
  • Runtime: 00:08:25
  • Tags: tutorial, Photoshop Touch, Russell Brown, clone stamp tool, drop shadow, import, layers, png, select, transform
HDR Imaging
HDR Imaging
See how to create photo-realistic or surreal HDR images with unprecedented speed, control, and accuracy. Get better-than-ever results thanks to automatic ghost removal and greater control with tone mapping and adjustments.
  • Photoshop
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 10,606
  • Added: Feb 11, 2011
  • Runtime: 00:04:21
  • Tags: Kelby, Matt Klowskowski, Photoshop , bracket exposure, bracket exposure, dave cross, exposure, exposure, ghosting, hdr
Creating a surreal HDR look & removing
Creating a surreal HDR look & removing "ghosts"
Achieve a photo-realistic or surrealistic look with Merge To HDR Pro controls and presets. Remove "ghosts" created by moving objects in source images.
  • Photoshop
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 48,668
  • Added: Apr 30, 2010
  • Runtime: 00:05:11
  • Tags: tutorial, 32-bit, Design Premium, Jan Kabili, Photoshop , beginner, cs5, dynamic range, exposures, hdr
What's new for Photographers in Photoshop CS5
What's new for Photographers in Photoshop CS5
Whether you're helping corporate clients communicate through images, expressing your vision in fine art, or capturing life's moments at weddings, in portraits, or for news media, you're driven by the art of your craft. That's why professional photographers have long relied on Adobe Photoshop software for the ultimate in creative control and image quality. New Photoshop CS5 helps you achieve the visual and emotional effects you’re after with re-engineered features for reducing and adding grain, performing post-crop vignetting, and sharpening. CS5 reinvents HDR imaging with Exposure Merge, which makes it easy to preserve the full tonal range of a scene—or go from photorealistic to wildly surrealistic—and automatically remove ghost artifacts. It delivers new black-and-white conversion features and a GPU-enabled crop experience. It accelerates your workflow with powerful new selection technology, integrated Adobe Mini Bridge for faster file browsing, and cross-platform 64-bit support for faster performance.
  • Photoshop
  • Photoshop Extended
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 59,164
  • Added: Apr 12, 2010
  • Runtime: 00:12:38
  • Tags: 64-bit, Photoshop CS5, new features, exposure merge, hdr imaging
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