Adobe Lightroom CC and Adobe Photoshop CC are designed to work together in a semi-seemless workflow. As you progress in your knowledge and skills in both, you will be better able to determine when to edit in Lightroom and when to go into Photoshop.
Posts Tagged ‘beginner’
I may be the last person on the planet to discover the awesome power of Photo Merge. It’s something I never really felt the need to explore, until the other day when I wanted to composite several images shot from the Empire State Building into a panoramic image. I planned on spending hours doing this, and wound up finishing the entire project in about 2 minutes!
A lot of people are confused about Alpha Channels in Photoshop. In fact, Alpha Channels are very useful, very powerful, and not that difficult to understand. In this screencast I introduce you to the basic concepts around Alpha Channels, explain what they do and how you can use them to enhance your Photoshop experience.
You don’t need to know everything there is to know about Bridge in order to use it effectively. I came up with a work flow that is the quickest and easiest way to:
- View the photos on your camera card
- Decide which ones to copy over
- Convert to DNG
- Rename them
- Copy them into a folder on your machine
This week I’m gonna REALLY explain the Pen Tool, plus show the difference between vector-based tools and pixel-based tools. I feel that my previous post, “Basic Photoshop Tools”, didn’t really do the job in explaining vectors and the Pen Tool. Further, a portion of what I said regarding converting from a Path to a Selection was simply WRONG! If you got confused in that particular area this screencast will clear it all up, plus you’ll have a much better understanding of how vectors work in Photoshop.