Photoshop Quick Tutorial

ag photography before and after photoshop tutorial image

I’ve been getting a lot of requests for tutorials, recently, so I decided to make a series for you guys. This first one is simply to show the process so that you get an idea of what all goes into editing an image as a whole. In the next few days I will be going thru this video and breaking down the key elements to show you guys how to do very specific and very important things in the editing process.

I particularly use Photoshop CS5 in this demo, but what ever works for you guys will do.

Editing an image is one of the most important aspects of photography. A knowledge of how to do the right things can either make or break an image. It can also save entire shoots from a botched attempt in camera. This is why having tools like Photoshop, and knowing how to use them is of such importance, and can make the difference in a professional and anĀ amateur. Just like having the right camera, the right team, the right equipment, and having the knowledge to use these things, knowing how to use editing tools is your duty as a professional photographer. There is always more to learn in whatever field you’re in, and the same goes with us. :)

Anyways, Hope you enjoy the video!!!

For more a more detailed information see our tutorial on Skin Retouching with Adobe Photoshop.

Learn how to brighten and enhance eyes with our Tutorial for Brightening Eyes in Photoshop.

Continue the tutorial with How to use the Liquify Tool for Editing in Photoshop.

If you like the blur effect check out thisTutorial on Creating a Dramatic Blur Effect in Photoshop.

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