Archive for 'Photoshop Tutorials'
With this simple trick you can use our Replichrome family of presets for Lightroom and ACR in Photoshop! Finally, you can have your cake and eat it too. Replichrome in Photoshop: The Best of Both […]
In the not too distant past, somewhere on planet earth, possibly in a wizard’s lair far beneath a castle, the good people at Faded + Blurred had a EUREKA moment. They discovered a simple method […]
For this week’s tutorial we have another golden oldie from our support pages. Today’s tutorial will show you how to put your most used actions into their own set. It is the perfect thing for streamlining your workflow.
Last week we showed you a great method for prepping single photos for the web. The video got great feedback, and we’ve decided to resurrect one of our older tutorial videos. In this tutorial the radmaster himself, Doug Boutwell, will walk you through a method for batch processing your image prep.
This week’s mini-tutorial will make you a RadLab efficiently machine. We’ll show you how to assign stylets as favorites to apply them with hotkeys.
In last week’s tutorial we taught you how to save a PicTapGo recipe. This week we’ll show you how to share your recipes with friends.
Did you know you can save filter recipes in PicTapGo, our new iPhone app? Check out today’s tutorial to learn how.
This week we show off a RadLab feature you may have missed, bigger preview images!
Totally Rad! creator, Doug Boutwell, will walk you through how to get the most out of your curves tool in Photoshop and Lightroom. Make sure to tune in on March 21st, 2012 at 4pm PDT, and learn all about the power of the curves tool.
Whether your client showed up to the shoot with a sun burn, or just had a bit too much to drink. We’ve all had that moment when we’ve needed to remove redness from skin tones. Luckily, we have a method that uses Pro Retouch 2.0 that gets it done in a jiffy.
Photoshop has a tool for everything, but as a photographer you don’t do everything, you edit photos. Check out this week’s tutorial for tips on setting up the perfect workspace with only the tools you need.
A quick and easy guide to one of Photoshop’s coolest hidden features. Merge your layers up into a new layer instead of down into the background. That way you can keep editing without having to fear making a mistake.
It’s that time, time to say goodbye to February. We’ve had a lot of fun here at Totally Rad! this month, and we’re sharing some of our highlights below.
Learn how shifting the whites and blacks in your image can transform your photo from good to great. Saddle up pardner and tune in today, February 19, 2012 at 4pm PST
For this week’s tutorial Jeremiah breaks down another FAQ. He walks us through creating, exporting and importing RadLab recipes.
Happy Valentine’s Day! We made you a little something to show we care. You don’t want to miss this guide to Photoshop’s hot keys.
For this week’s tutorial Jeremiah breaks down a FAQ. He takes us through easy layer masking with RadLab.
Check out today’s mini-tutorial for a quick and easy way to straighten your image in Photoshop.
This week our very own Doug Boutwell will be walking you through the ins and outs of Pro Retouch 2.0 in a free webinar this Thursday, Jan. 24th at 4pm PST. Tune in live to learn so much retouching magic you’ll swear you’re at Hogwarts.
One of my favorite adages from the film world is the Sunny 16 rule. Long before reliable in camera metering photographers used it to land the perfect exposure while shooting outdoors. What!? You don’t know the Sunny 16 rule? Good news, we made a snazzy infographic to walk you through it.