How to Use the Color Range Function in Photoshop for Creating Selections

How to Use the Color Range Function in Photoshop for Creating Selections

In this video we will be learning how to use the Color Range function that is found in the Select menu in Photoshop. This function helps us in creating selections and masks based on the color of the pixels selected by us using this tool. It’s a great way to work only on specific colors…

How to Use the Object Selection tool in Photoshop
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How to Use the Object Selection tool in Photoshop

In this video we will be learning how to use the object selection tool in Photoshop to quickly select the subject and then desaturate the background. This tool is one of the many tools that uses the latest AI capabilities in Photoshop. This technique is often referred to as Selective Coloring or Color Splash. Here’s…

How to Edit Time-lapse Photos in Lightroom and Premiere Pro
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How to Edit Time-lapse Photos in Lightroom and Premiere Pro

In this video we will be learning how edit multiple time-lapse photos together in Lightroom by syncing their editing settings and then transferring them over to Premiere Pro to form the final time-lapse video. One question a lot of beginner photographers/videographers ask is – Why create a time-lapse from photos as opposed to just shooting…

Photoshop Express Tutorial – Free Photo Editing App for Android and iPhone

Photoshop Express Tutorial – Free Photo Editing App for Android and iPhone

In this video we will be learning how to use Adobe Photoshop Express, a free mobile app that is great for some quick photo editing purpose, while not being as complex and heavy as the regular Photoshop or Lightroom Mobile apps. Here’s the video: Link to download the image used in the video: Image used…

How to Use the Histogram in Lightroom Classic – Explained With Example

How to Use the Histogram in Lightroom Classic – Explained With Example

In this video we will be seeing what exactly does the Histogram function do in Lightroom Classic. The Histogram is a great way to nail the exposure of your image since it tells you about the degree of the different tones in your image. It’s also a great tool to see if you’ve lost any…