4 AMAZING Simple Editing Tools in Photoshop

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20 thoughts on “4 AMAZING Simple Editing Tools in Photoshop

  1. Hi Allison – I'm not sure if you'll have time to reply – but I was wondering if you could recommend a good starter camera and one or two starter lenses? My partner has started getting into photography a bit on our phones, and I want to get him a real camera as the next step. Any recommendations you have for a camera that is kind of easy to handle (low maintenance) and a good starter for someone who is not already a hardcore photographer – something to try out with and learn. I totally agree with your video as well about investing in lenses more than camera! I am hoping to get him a lens that gets a nice depth of field (little blurriness in the background). Thank you so much if you have time to reply to this!

  2. I do most of my editing in On1, but, frequently wind up putting the finishing touches on with the HSL feature in Camera Raw. I prefer the selection, cloning tool and healing brush in PS. Can’t beat the Effects filters in On1, though.

  3. thank you, i have just tried the content aware fill and it was soooo much easier than do the regular old fashioned stamp, selection, patch…etc…funcion. And I did it in a difficult old style chinese dragon background, still worked great. Thank you! My favorite is still liquify. I used a lot when long time ago I worked for a women magazine.

  4. I feel the emphasis should be placed on composition. If you know what you’re doing with the camera there shouldn’t be a need to remove things from photos in my opinion.

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