This is an interesting look at the world in which we live. As Principle Digital Imaging Evangelist at Adobe, Julieanne Kost has travelled most of the known world. And during her travels, she’s shot many photographs of the places she’s had the opportunity to visit. While recently looking through the images, she started to notice a pattern in the images she’d chosen to shoot. That pattern was colour.
Curves are one of the most valuable and powerful tools contained within Photoshop. Many of us have been using them for years. But do we know all of the tricks when it comes to working with them? Probably not.
This short video from Julieanne Kost at Adobe shows us 13 quick tips for working with Photoshop’s Curves in just two minutes. The tips cover a range of slightly less common techniques, including working with multiple curves simultaneously and making adjustments from the image canvas itself.
Adobe have just announced that Lightroom CC 2015.6, Lightroom 6.6 and Adobe Camera Raw 9.6 are now available adding a whole slew of lens support, a few new cameras and some very welcome updates and fixes.
The big feature is the new Guided Upright tool, available in both Lightroom and Adobe Camera Raw. In these videos, let Julieanne Kost tell you what they’re all about and how they work.
While that might be true for the latest versions of Adobe software, watch what happens when Photoshop hall of famers and educators are asked to use Photoshop 1.0. Not even Photoshop CS 1, just 1.
Other than giving you a deeper sense of appreciation for just how awesome software is these days, this video will give you a few good laughs.