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  • How to change video contrast?
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    This video in the Software category will show you how to adjust levels to improve contrast in Photoshop. This video is presented by Nocole Young. Select Image -> Adjustments -> Levels. This is not going to add layers. It will actually apply the adjustments to the background layer. In the ‘channel’ window on the right side, you will be first working with RGB. This will adjust the contrast and brightness of the image. The slider on the bottom left of the ‘channel’ window will make the shadows darker. And the slider on the bottom right will affect highlight. The middle slider will brighten or darken the middle tones. Go ahead and make the adjustments to the image with the three sliders. Then you can toggle it on and off to see the effect of your adjustments. The video then goes on to demonstrate all the other features.
  • How to increase video quality by removing noise?
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    In this Photo Retouch tutorial, we’ll look at how to reduce the appearance of noise in an image, including luminance noise, color noise and even jpeg artifacts, all using the Reduce Noise filter, first introduced in Photoshop CS2 (which means you’ll need at least CS2 to follow along). Notice that the name of the filter is Reduce Noise, not Remove Noise. As powerful as Photoshop is, there’s still no way to take a noisy image and clean it up completely, at least not without removing most of the detail in the image along with it. Any time we shoot in low light, use high ISO settings, or leave the expensive dSLR at home because the compact camera is easier to carry, there’s a good chance we’ll be dealing with noise. Fortunately, while we can’t remove it completely, Photoshop’s Reduce Noise filter still does a good job of reducing noise without sacrificing important image detail. Let’s see how it works.
  • How To Create Focal Points in Photoshop CS6
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    A focal point is something that can add a lot of depth and really make a picture pop. It is something that is used to help create a more dramatic effect on any picture that you may have. While there are some cameras that allow for you to do this during the shot, it is always much easier to do this in Photoshop after the fact. That is, if you are aware of the necessary steps that you will need to take in order to get the job done correctly. Materials Needed Photoshop Program Computer
  • How to Use Photo Filters in Photoshop CS6
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    You can use filters to clean up or retouch your photos, apply special art effects that give your image the appearance of a sketch or impressionistic painting, or create unique transformations using distortions and lighting effects. The filters provided by Adobe appear in the Filter menu. Some filters provided by third-party developers are available as plug-ins. Once installed, these plug-in filters appear at the bottom of the Filter menu. Smart Filters, applied to Smart Objects, let you use filters non-destructively. Smart Filters are stored as layer effects in the Layers panel and can be readjusted at any time, working from the original image data contained in the Smart Object. For more information on Smart Filter Effects and nondestructive editing, see Nondestructive editing. To use a filter, choose the appropriate submenu command from the Filter menu. These guidelines can help you in choosing filters: Filters are applied to the active, visible layer or a selection. For 8‑bits-per-channel images, most filters can be applied cumulatively through the Filter Gallery. All filters can be applied individually. Filters cannot be applied to Bitmap-mode or indexed-color images. Some filters work only on RGB images. All filters can be applied to 8‑bit images. The following filters can be applied to 16‑bit images: Liquify, Vanishing Point, Average Blur, Blur, Blur More, Box Blur, Gaussian Blur, Lens Blur, Motion Blur, Radial Blur, Surface Blur, Shape Blur, Lens Correction, Add Noise, Despeckle, Dust & Scratches, Median, Reduce Noise, Fibers, Clouds, Difference Clouds, Lens Flare, Sharpen, Sharpen Edges, Sharpen More, Smart Sharpen, Unsharp Mask, Emboss, Find Edges, Solarize, De-Interlace, NTSC Colors, Custom, High Pass, Maximum, Minimum, and Offset. The following filters can be applied to 32‑bit images: Average Blur, Box Blur, Gaussian Blur, Motion Blur, Radial Blur, Shape Blur, Surface Blur, Add Noise, Clouds, Lens Flare, Smart Sharpen, Unsharp Mask, De-Interlace, NTSC Colors, Emboss, High Pass, Maximum, Minimum, and Offset. Some filters are processed entirely in RAM. If you don’t have enough available RAM to process a filter effect, you may get an error message.
  • Create Oil Painting Effect Using Photoshop CS6
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    oday’s Photoshop CS6 Tutorial on Creating an Oil painting photo effect by using the newly added special effects option called “ Oil Paint “. To achieve this effect you need to download the new Adobe Photoshop CS6 version [beta]. Did you notice, Yesterday we created a new Photoshop CS6 Photography effects for creating a kind of Backlight poster design effect. Now it’s time to create a awesome oil painting effect by turning your photography into nice piece of art, adding a suitable Frame will add more beauty to the photo which you are going to convert into oil painting.
  • How to use Mask layer to change specific area in photo ?
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    One of the best creative tools Elements has to offer is layer masks. Masking is essentially just another way of making a selection. Instead of making a selection with a single selection outline — either it is selected or it isn’t — masks enable you to define your selection with up to 256 levels of gray (from white to black). You can, therefore, have varying levels of a selection. Here’s how it works. First, think of a layer mask as a sheet of acetate that hovers over your layer. With any of the painting tools (Brush tool, Gradient tool, and others), you apply black, white, or any shade of gray onto the layer mask. Where the mask is white, the image on the layer is selected and shows. Where the mask is black, the image is unselected and is hidden. And where the mask is gray, the image is partially selected and therefore, partially shows. The lighter the gray, the more the image shows. By default, the mask starts out completely white so that everything is selected and shows.
  • How to Changing Eye Color In An Image ?
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    In Photoshop CS6, the Color Replacement tool allows you to replace the original color of an image with the foreground color. The Color Replacement tool preserves all the tones in the image. The color that’s applied isn’t like the opaque paint that’s applied when you paint with the Brush tool. When you’re replacing color, the midtones, shadows, and highlights are retained. The Color Replacement tool works by first sampling the original colors in the image and then replacing those colors with the foreground color. By specifying different sampling methods, limits, and tolerance settings, you can control the range of colors that Elements replaces. You can use this tool in a multitude of ways: Colorize a grayscale image to create the look of a hand-painted photo. Completely change the color of an element, or elements, in your image. Credit: PhotoSpin The Color Replacement tool replaces the color in your image with the foreground color. Eliminate red-eye (or yellow-eye in animals) if other, more automated methods don’t work to your satisfaction.
  • How to Removing objects from photos?
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    With the launch of the new Adobe Suite of programs comes the long awaited Adobe Photoshop CS6. Packed with new features to speed up your workflow it truly is the most advanced edition of Photoshop to date. One of the new features we will be looking at today is called Content Aware. This feature allows you to quickly fill in a selection with surrounding content making it look like a part of the original image. In this case we will choose to remove a person from a photo, this can be done in less than five minutes.
  • How to Convert videos to others format?
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    By watching this video you ca learn how to convert videos in different format and how photoshop work in this area. Photoshop CS6 able to convert format as below: 3G A file format developed for third-generation mobile devices. FLC An animation format for playback of computer-generated animations on workstations, Windows, and Mac OS. This format is also referred to as FLI. Flash Video (FLV) Adobe® Flash® Video is the Adobe format for streaming audio and video over the web and other networks. (To use this format, you must first install an FLV QuickTime encoder). QuickTime Movie The Apple Computer multimedia architecture that includes a number of codecs. (To export audio, you must use this format.) AVI Audio Video Interleave (AVI) is a standard format for audio and video data on Windows computers. DV Stream A video format with intraframe compression that uses FireWire interface to transfer video to nonlinear editing systems. Image Sequence A sequence of still images that can reside within one folder and use the same numeric or alphabetic filename pattern (such as Sequence1, Sequence2, Sequence3, and so forth). MPEG-4 A multimedia standard for delivering audio and video streams over a range of bandwidths. Note: Photoshop also supports other third-party formats such as Avid AVR codecs; however, the necessary QuickTime codecs must be installed.
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