Archive for 'Photoshop Tutorials'
Importing and exporting recipes is a snap with RadLab! Check out these tutorials to be a photo editing iron chef!
Faded and Blurred discovered a simple method for using RadLab to edit video. Oh yes! You read that correctly, after watching the tutorial video below you’ll have the know how to edit video with your favorite Photoshop plug-in.
Skintones too orange? This quick Lightroom tutorial will show you how to fix that in seconds.
Do you find yourself using the same few actions all the time? Are you constantly tweaking your actions by changing the opacity and fiddling with layers? Then this quick video tutorial is for you!
Have you ever wanted to minimize or remove the glow from some of the actions in the Original Totally Rad Photoshop Action Mix? This video tutorial will show you how!
To bring this photo from Facebook fan Melissa McMurchy into the land of un-yellow-white balance, we grabbed actions from both the Original Set and TRA2: The Revenge.
All the cool kids will be at the Totally Rad store on Black Friday — November 26, 2010! Action sets and Dirty Pictures, normally priced at $149, will be just $109.
If any Totally Rad action is too dark/light/saturated/sharp/soft for your liking, you can modify it to obey your very specific commands! Here’s How.
Photoshop tutorial in under a minute — quick help with layer masks!
If you’re viewing this in Facebook, head on over to the TRA blog to see the video. This week, a LIVE Dump to Diamond video showing my new favorite action: the Facebook 12K action! Hot […]
Check out this Totally Rad Photoshop tutorial on how to sandwich together two raw conversions from the same capture in order to portray a greater dynamic range in your photos. What’s dynamic range? From Wikipedia: […]
Our Facebook peeps submit questions to us that need to be answered…and we answer ‘em. This time around, it’s how to adjust the layer opacity of an action that you’ve just run on an […]
Need to see TRA2: The Revenge in action? Look no further. Get a peek at Claire-ify and Pool Party in this photo by Taylor Jackson.
It’s easy to make skies, grass, and landscapes look divine with a few actions from the Original Totally Rad Action set. These are also great for images with people, so long as you use the […]