Sharpening Your Images the Old-School Way Using the High Pass to sharpen images is an old-school method to sharpen your images. The benefit of sharpening your images this way, instead of using an unsharp mask or a smart sharpen or one of the other sharpening filters, is that a high […]
Balance Your Black and White Values When printing images it’s important to make sure your blacks don’t contain too much ink, and it’s also important that your white areas aren’t blown out so the CMYK ink value is 0-0-0-0. To ensure this, you can set the white and black values […]
Taking photos of high contrast subjects and post a variety of issues, something these include heavy noise in the shadows and blown-out highlights. Here’s a quick tutorial about how to separate these out so you can adjust them independently.
If you come across a font you really like, but don’t know the name of, there are several ways you can go about finding this information. Here are four ways: Photoshop Open up a photo of your font in Photoshop. Drag a selection around the letters you’re interested in finding […]
Ever wanted to use a colour from somewhere else on your screen, maybe from a photo or website, while designing something in Photoshop? Well, instead of doing a screen grab and pasting it into Photoshop to select the colour that way, Photoshop has a neat little trick that makes things […]