Photoshop Image Editing & Camera Raw

Want to learn more about editing your images? These Photoshop Image Editing tutorials (including Camera Raw) are written for beginners and improvers who want to learn techniques for editing photos and graphics. Each tutorial is a visual step by step guide on how to use the tools. I hope you find them useful.

How To Whiten Teeth In Photoshop

This is one lesson I wish I could use permanently and physically on myself - how to get pearly white teeth. In Photoshop it's pretty easy to do this using the Sponge tool to desaturate and the Dodge tool to lighten. The main thing to remember is not to go too crazy...

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How To Open Images In Camera Raw

I recently wrote an introduction to Camera Raw in Photoshop, briefly outlining what Camera Raw is, and what the raw file format is. In this follow-up, we'll take a look at how to open up images in the Camera Raw plug-in. We can work with Raw, JPEG and TIFF files. You...

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What Is Adobe Camera Raw?

What Is Adobe Camera Raw And Why Should I Use It? Adobe Camera Raw is a plug-in piece of software in Adobe Photoshop. It is sometimes ignored (or feared) by new Photoshop learners because at first glance it looks a little confusing. The nice thing about it is, though,...

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Photoshop Tutorial: Easy Arrowheads

Photoshop has tools that allows you to quickly create an arrowhead, you just use the line tool and some options from the Options Bar. Here's how to make an arrow; On the toolbar, select the the line tool. It’s may be hidden under the rectangle tool. Up in the Options...

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Photoshop : Tutorial – Replacing Colours

With the Replace Colour command in Photoshop, you can create temporary masks based on specific colours and then replace these colours. (A mask isolates an area of an image so that changes affect just the selected area and not the rest of the image.) The Replace Colour...

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Photoshop Tutorial : Making a dotted line brush

The dotted line is a very useful tool in graphic and web design for separating areas of information. If you’ve used Illustrator or InDesign, you’ll know that it’s simple to stroke a line so that it appears dotted. However, Photoshop doesn’t offer this as a standard...

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Photoshop Tutorial: Create a rubber stamp

I’ve just been working on a website where I wanted to have a few elements that looked a little old and worn. For one part of the design I created a rubber stamp in Photoshop and these are the steps I took to make it. 1. Start with a new file 500 x 500 pixels with a...

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Photoshop : Tutorial – Using the Metallic Gradients

You’re probably well aware of the “regular” gradients that come with Photoshop but did you know that there are lots of other gradients that come with the program that are just waiting for you to load them up. In this short tutorial, I’m going to show you how to add...

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