Learn new techniques in Photoshop. Since Photoshop is continually changing, we provide tips to keep your Photoshop skills sharp and ahead of the competition.
In this video you will see how to evaluate the exposure of a portrait using Adobe Photoshop – this is a great tool to use when you are unsure about your monitors calibration, or if you have a display that cannot show the correct brightness or contrast.Read More
See how to use the Script Event Manager, along with several actions to help speed up your workflow! This will work in Photoshop CS6 cloud and Photoshop CC as shown, and with a little modification in Photoshop CS6 (non-cloud) and Photoshop CS5.Read More
In honor of April Fool’s Day, let’s take a look at the history of people modifying images. The history of photo editing dates back to the beginning of photography, and photo editing is now standard in today’s photography industry. Advanced technology is allowing more artistic power and voice than ever before, but what did professional […]Read More
In this silent movie, watch Bentley show you a couple of easy tips that you can add to your Mac Finder to help optimize your workflow. You will see how to add icons to your finder bar, and then use them to open images into Adobe Photoshop, or browse folders of images in Adobe Bridge. […]Read More
It is the time of year when all photographers, especially school and sports photographers, take many group pictures. In this short video, Bentley shows you a great technique for quickly comparing your group shots to pick the best one:Read More
In this series of videos you will be shown where in Photoshop to find a script file that will put the file name on the front of your image. Then you will learn how to personalize the script, add the script to an action to apply this to a batch of images and, finally, modify the action […]Read More