by: Weston Maggio
When we made a mistake in grade school, we flipped over our #2 pencil and erased it. When we make a mistake in Photoshop, we have a variety of ways to correct it, including with the History Brush.
by: Caleb Goellner
Since the advent of “Cut, Copy and Paste,” people have enjoyed increased productivity with keyboard shortcuts, but not every function has one. In Photoshop, though, you can make your own.
Get tips on how to take better food photos for your Instagram account.
Learn how to make the most of real life action with the perfect shot from your camera.
New to Photoshop? Your imaging life is about to get easier with layers.
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Portraits may be too generic a term to describe Chris Orwig’s photographs. They are character studies that go beyond what we may normally think of as a portrait or visual representation of a person.