How to Blur Backgrounds with Adobe Photoshop in a Few Easy Steps

By Timothy Brauning on January 10, 2022

The best way to get a blurry background is to do it all in-camera, but if you don't have the right lense or you're working with photos that you didn't take, then the next best way to blur the background of your photos is to use the blur tools in Adobe Photoshop.

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Topics: adobe photoshop, Adobe, masks, Photoshop

Lightroom vs. Photoshop: Which One is for You?

By Timothy Brauning on December 17, 2021

Lightroom vs. Photoshop? It’s an age-old debate that has been going on for quite some time now.

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Topics: adobe photoshop, Adobe, Photoshop, Adobe Lightroom

What is Adobe Photoshop Lightroom (Lr)?

By Timothy Brauning on November 30, 2021

Adobe Lightroom is a photography editing software that also helps you import, manage and organize RAW digital images. Adobe Lightroom is part of the Creative Cloud. Adobe Lightroom is the perfect editing app for beginner to expert photographers! It offers you a suite of powerful photography tools, all on your computer or mobile device (Android or iPhone). 

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Topics: adobe photoshop, Adobe, photography, photo editing, photo retouching

What is Adobe Photoshop (Ps)?

By Timothy Brauning on November 27, 2021

Adobe Photoshop is a software application for photo editing. Adobe Photoshop has been around since 1990 and was created by Adobe Systems Incorporated. Adobe Photoshop is the best-selling image editing program in the world today. 

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Topics: adobe photoshop, photography, photo editing, Photoshop, photo retouching

Creating Custom Graphics for Your Live Streams

By Alexander Dieguez on November 04, 2021

Are you trying to break through the competitive world of streaming? Do you see other streamers with graphics in their live stream and wonder how they made those effects?

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Topics: Adobe After Effects, Motion Graphics, adobe photoshop, Adobe, content creation, Premiere Pro, Photoshop, motion effects, Livestreaming

How to Get Rid of Anything in Photoshop with Dave Cross

By Yessenia Fabian on September 03, 2021

In an ideal world, every photo would be perfect right out of the camera, but in reality, we often need to remove unwanted elements in an image. And when we say "remove" in Photoshop, that really means to cover something up, so it looks like it was never there. 

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Topics: adobe photoshop, continuing education, photography, content creation, visual storyteller, Top Tips, photo editing, content aware tool, patch tool, spot healing brush tool, Photoshop, Clone Stamp Tool, healing brush tool, photo retouching

How to Create Gifs for Email and Social Media

By Yessenia Fabian on July 30, 2021

Without a doubt, communication with your prospective clients is important. For the past few years, email design has grown in terms of sophistication as various organizations are trying to capture the attention of their audience. This includes the implementation of animations to help convey your message in a more appealing way. 

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Topics: Adobe After Effects, Motion Graphics, social media, adobe photoshop, tutorial, After Effects Masks, animation, content creation, Marketing, Email

Business and Creativity Training for Online Video Creators

By Yessenia Fabian on July 22, 2021

The Visual Storytelling Conference gathered professional content creators to share to expertise in video editing and photography.

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Topics: Video Editing, adobe photoshop, Computer Software, continuing education, photography, content creation, video on demand, visual storyteller

How to Create a Poster Using Only Photoshop!

By Katie Houghton on June 27, 2019

Creating a poster can be done in Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, or even in all three.

Today with paragraph and character styles there may be little reason to leave Photoshop in the first place. The steps of designing still remain the same in Photoshop, the difference is that you will not need to learn how to navigate through a lot of extra applications to create a fun and engaging poster.

Follow this step-by-step tutorial on how to create a dance poster!

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Topics: graphic design, shapes, print design, posters, adobe photoshop, tutorial

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