When using the Brush tool in Photoshop, it may seem that adjusting flow and opacity sliders will do exactly the same thing. But of course, they wouldn’t both be there if they were exactly the same, right? In this tutorial, Matt Kloskowski explains the difference between the two and shows you how they work on his own example.
When you’re working in Lightroom, you can add color to all local adjustments by selecting it from a swatch. But did you know that you can pick color from anywhere in the photo? As a matter of fact, you can pick it from anywhere on your computer. In this video, Matt Kloskowski shows you how to do it in Lightroom. It’s a very simple trick, and it also works in Photoshop.
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.