The creative tutorial home of image wrangler, Lesa Snider.
Photoshop CC is ideal for creating promotional video pieces, portfolio-based slideshows, and sellable videos for your photography business. Best of all, you don’t have to learn another program—you’ll use tools you’re familiar with. In this column, you’ll learn how to create a wedding video by mixing stills, video, and text...click here to read the full tutorial on Macworld.com
In this Craftsy.com class, you'll learn to seriously up your retouching skills. You'll learn to make every portrait a masterpiece, and go beyond the basics with professional retouching techniques in Adobe Photoshop. These skills will make your subjects feel amazing and even more beautiful. For example, you'll expand your Photoshop skills by learning how to use your software to take years off of your subject's face, realistically change their hair color, add digital makeup, remove unwanted items, and more.
To celebrate the release of my newest video today, you’ll save 50% through May 25!
I’m thrilled about the first of my series of video trainings for Craftsy.com! In “Getting Started with Portrait Retouching in Photoshop”, you’ll master easy–to–replicate techniques for elevating every portrait without altering the original—including how to maintain a natural look in your portraits, create stunning black and white images, and fix common problem areas within your shots.
Click here for all the details and a short introductory video.
In this Craftsy.com class, you’ll master easy–to–replicate techniques for elevating every portrait without destroying the original image. You’ll learn how to maintain a natural look in your portraits, create stunning black and white images, and fix common problem areas within your shots. And, don’t worry if you need to see one of these techniques again. With Craftsy, you can watch your HD video lessons as many times as you wish, on any device — including Apple TV!
In this video, you'll learn how to use Photoshop's amazing Patch tool to remove an object. We'll take a look at how it worked in Photoshop CS5 versus using the new Content-Aware option in CS6. To watch it, give this link a click to visit the Layers Magazine web site: http://lesa.in/Sxd64a
Happy Monday everybody!
Here lies a recording of the one-hour webcast on Photoshop CS6/Camera Raw 7 new features that I did a week or so ago for O'Reilly Media:
(linked updated on 9-21-12)
The recording of the webinar is completely free so I really hope you'll pass it around for others to enjoy. Until the next time, may the creative force be with you all :)
Join me Friday, July 13 at 10 am PT/ 1 pm ET and get up to speed on the new version of Photoshop of Camera Raw! In this entertaining yet informative webcast, you'll learn how to use:
CS6's new Content-Aware tools to scoot objects around in your images
How to use CS6's new blur filters
Adaptive Wide Angle filter
Oil Paint filters
Learn how to use layer filtering
Create dashed and dotted lines, and