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by Helen Bradley

Lightroom 3 Print Improvements

With Lightroom 3 Beta having just been released, the first thing that most people will do - as I did...
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by Helen Bradley

Master Repeating Patterns in Photoshop

In a recent post I showed you how to create a kaleidoscope using Photoshop. As one of the techniques for...
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by Guest Contributor

How to Create Your Own Textures

Here at DPS, we've already covered how to use textures in your photos to give them a completely different look...
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by Guest Contributor

How to Find and Use Scripts in Gimp

When I first started using Gimp to edit my photos (because I couldn't afford Photoshop), I remember getting jealous when...
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by Helen Bradley

Lightroom: Controlling the Before and After

One of the nice things about Lightroom is that it lets you view before and after versions of your image....
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by Peter West Carey

How To Create A Dream Effect In Photoshop

Our last Monthly Critique featured an image from Lynne Daley with a dream-like quality.  This process is sometimes called the...
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by Helen Bradley

How to Download and Install Lightroom Presets

In an earlier post, I explained how to create a custom Lightroom preset that you could use to edit your...
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by Helen Bradley

Split Toning in Photoshop

Split Toning is an effect which has its origins in the days of film and it involves tinting the highlights...
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by Helen Bradley

Painting a Photo in Photoshop

While Photoshop includes some filters you can use to apply a painted effect on your photos, you can also paint...
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by Helen Bradley

How to Create Lightroom Presets

One of the cool things about Lightroom is its ability to store develop settings as Presets so you can use...
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by Helen Bradley

CD Inspiration: Nine Inch Nails [Photoshop Project]

In a previous post I drew inspiration from Police's Synchronicity album cover to create a Photoshop project. This week the...
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by Helen Bradley

Sharpening in Lightroom

When you’ve finished doing your basic color correction to an image in Lightroom you’re ready to look into sharpening the...
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by Helen Bradley

8 Secrets of the Zoom Tool in Photoshop

Continuing with my 'tool' secrets posts, here are 8 secrets of the Photoshop Zoom Tool. 1. Quick toolbar shortcuts The...
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by Helen Bradley

Quick and Easy Tourist Removal in Photoshop

Being a tourist would be more fun if there weren't thousands of other tourists getting between you and the shot...
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by Darren Rowse

How to Enhance Eyes in Photoshop [Video Tutorial]

We get a lot of requests for tutorials on enhancing eyes in Photoshop - here's a video one that hopefully...
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by Helen Bradley

Five Secrets of the Marquee Tools in Photoshop

There are two key marquee selection tools in Photoshop: the rectangular and elliptical marquee tools and they share a toolbar...
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by Peter West Carey

How To Remove Red Eyes With GIMP

Removing red eyes from photos with Gimp is a straight forward process.  It involves just five steps and allows for...
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by Barrie Smith

Pixelmator Software for Mac [Review]

Whether you like it or not, most of us are constantly looking for ‘another Photoshop’, no matter whether we already...
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by Helen Bradley

5 Secrets of the Photoshop Crop Tool

If you’re used to clicking the crop tool dragging the tool over your image and pressing Enter, it may surprise...
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by Peter West Carey

How To Replace A Sky In GIMP

One of the realities of Gimp is it doesn't have all the tools Photoshop does.  In her post How To...
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