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Straighten a Photo with Content-Aware

Straighten a Photo with Content-Aware Open the Beach Notice that the image is crooked, and the horizon line is slanted. Select the Crop tool from the toolbar. In the Options bar at the top of the screen, check the Content-Aware check box to turn on the Crop tool’s Content-Aware option. Using the Content Aware option... Continue Reading →

Working with Adobe Bridge

Working with Adobe Bridge Adobe Bridge is an application that allows photographers to organize, rename, review, and batch process many photos quickly. It should be the first part of a post-production workflow. Getting Started Some photographers prefer to cull through photos before they rename them. It doesn’t really matter when you rename your photos, but... Continue Reading →

How to Levitate with Photoshop

How to Levitate with Photoshop Materials: blank wall or backdrop, chair or stool, digital camera, tripod This lesson is great for getting students to understand MASKING in Photoshop. Students in my Graphics class and Photography class enjoy doing this lesson every year. The lesson will work best if you can take your photos against a... Continue Reading →

Selective Color

Selective Color Open the Selective.jpg file. This image is of a beautiful set of flowers. However, we want to turn the image black and white and isolate the one main flower with preserved colors. To do this go to Layer>New Adjustment Layer>Black and White>Ok. This will create a new layer above the background layer. The... Continue Reading →

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