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PhotoshopUser TV: Animating Layer Styles, Glyn Dewis, and Logo Design - Episode 414 April 23, 2015 Photoshop User TV Latest Update: APRIL 23, 2015 PhotoshopUser TV: Animating Layer Styles, Glyn Dewis, and Logo Design - Episode 414 The weekly Photoshop TV show featuring "The Photoshop Guys" Scott Kelby, Matt Kloskowski, Corey Barker, Pete Collins, and RC Concepcion.

Subscribe to RSS Open in iTunes Photoshop User TV Episodes (View All) View All © 2015 Kelby Media Group Terms of Use - Privacy PolicyAdobe and Photoshop are either trademarks or registered trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated. 2 Minute Photoshop Tricks Guide: Noise Reduction - Step by Step. Step 1:First open an image that has a lot of noise in Photoshop.

2 Minute Photoshop Tricks Guide: Noise Reduction - Step by Step

Images with a lot of noise will look speckled with red, green and sometime blue dots. Other times noise will take other forms, but digital noise almost always comes from shooting a picture in a digital camera while using a high ISO or film speed. Step 2: Go to the “Image” menu then “mode” then “Lab color” this will convert the image from the RGB mode to the lightnes and a and b mode.

Lab color mode splits the image into a lightness channel that stores the black and white information of the image along with the detail and two color channels a and b that just store color information. Step 3: Since most digital noise resides in the a and b channels of the image in LAB mode, and most of the detail is in the lightness channel we can effectively remove noise from the image by carefully blurring the a and b channels and slightly sharpening the lightness channel.

Step 4: Now go to the filter menu and select noise then median. Stuff You Need. Learn Photography A whole new way to learn photography I’ve spoken with thousands of people who – despite the beginner or even intermediate courses they’ve taken – are still confused about the basic elements of photography.

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It’s obvious that many traditional methods of teaching photography just don’t work! I’ve developed my own style of teaching. It’s based on an artist’s natural instincts of curiosity and discovery which quickly produces dramatic results. Free Resources Study the Free HDR TutorialReview Trey’s Photography Tips and TricksRead Trey’s Camera & Software ReviewsSign up for the Monthly NewsletterSubscribe to Trey’s YouTube ChannelWatch Trey’s Variety Show Cameras I Recommend Below is a list of cameras I recommend that should work for any skill level or budget.

Priced at about $499, this Sony mirrorless camera is highly recommended if your budget is keeping you at around the $500 level. If budget is not a concern, I suggest you jump down to the “Better” or “Best” recommendations. Photos by Steve McCurry. Pokhara, Nepal, 1985 Jaipur, India, 1982 Sylhet, Bangladesh, 1983 Goa, India, 1983 10:30am, September 11, NY, USA, 2001 Times Square, New York, USA, 1994 Rome, Italy, 1984 Myanmar (Burma), 2011 Zagreb, Croatia, 1989 Marseille, France, 1988 Mumbai, India, 1996 Angkor Thom, Cambodia, 1998 Myanmar (Burma), 1994.

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