Tutorials

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Photoshop Action Tutorials:

Installation: 

     

     

    Action Tips:

    For action editing recipes, see the specific action set's product page and look for the pink tutorials tab under the product description. 

    ***Check out these additional Photoshop Videos on our YouTube channel:

    Covers topics like:

    • Adjustments Window
    • The Tools
    • Brushes
    • Layers Window
    • Text
    • Liquify Tool
    • Filters
    • Menus
    • Red Eye Removal
    • Photoshop Actions

    The Beginner's Guide on How to Use Photoshop CS and CC

    The Beginner's Guide on How to Use Photoshop Elements 6-10

    The Beginner's Guide on How to Use Photoshop Elements 11-14

     

    Lightroom Preset Tutorials:

    Installation:

    Preset Tips

    For preset editing recipes, see the specific preset pack's product page and look for the pink tutorials tab under the product description. 

    If you are receiving an error message telling you that the preset file is the wrong type of preset, it is because you are trying to install a brush or gradient as a regular preset. These are special types of presets and require to be installed a little differently. Below are directions for installation. This should fix the error.
    Install on a PC: Go to File>Preferences>Click on the top Presets tab of the pop up box>Then click on Show Lightroom Presets Folder... in the button in the middle of the box>Double click on Lightroom>Local Adjustment Presets>Paste your brushes in this folder>Restart Lightroom and they will be in your brushes/gradient panel in the Develop module.
    Install on a Mac: Go to Lightroom>Preferences>Click on the top Presets tab of the pop up box>Then click on Show Lightroom Presets Folder... in the button in the middle of the box>Double click on Lightroom>Local Adjustment Presets>Paste your brushes in this folder>Restart Lightroom and they will be in your brushes/gradient panel in the Develop module.

    ***Check out these additional Lightroom Videos on our YouTube channel:

    Covers topics like:

    • White Balance
    • Tonal Values
    • Presence Panel
    • Tone Curves HSL/Color Panel
    • Split Toning
    • Detail Panel
    • Lens Correction
    • Effects Panel
    • Vignette Options
    • Camera Calibration
    • Black And White Photos Tools
    • Brush Tool
    • Graduated Filter Presets
    • Red Eye Removal
    • Straighten Tool
    • Importing
    • Exporting
    • Batch Editing

     

    The Beginner's Guide on How to Use Lightroom 3

    The Beginner's Guide to Using Lightroom 4, 5 and 6

     

    Marketing Template Tutorials: 

    Photoshop CS 2-6 and Photoshop CC

    Photoshop Elements 6-10

    Photoshop Elements 11-14

    Watermarks & Frames Tutorial Videos: 

    Photoshop CS 2-6 and Photoshop CC

    Photoshop Elements

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    ***TUTORIAL VIDEOS FOR FRAMES***

    Photoshop CS 2-6 and Photoshop CC

    Photoshop Elements 6-10

    Photoshop Elements 11

    Welcome Packet Tutorials:

    Photoshop CS 2-6 and Photoshop CC

    Photoshop Elements 6-10

    Photoshop Elements 11-14

    Photo & Sky Overlay Tutorial Videos: 

    Please make sure you unzip the files prior to putting into Photoshop. On a Mac, double click the file. On a Windows computer, highlight the file, right click and select extract all. This product does not require installation. To use these overlays, open up the photo you wish to add it on to. Then go up to "File" and down to "Place..." Next, navigate to where you have the overlays saved to your computer and pick out the one you'd like to use and click place.

    Your overlay will appear on your photo. It has a black box around it, but we will get rid of that in a moment. If your overlay is smaller than your photo, hold down the shift key and drag the corners so that it covers the whole picture or the area you wish to place your overlay. If you release the shift key before it is done being stretched, it will distort it. Click the check mark in the top right corner when your photo is ready to be placed (or hit "Enter" on your keyboard).

    Now, you will need to change the blending mode to get rid of the black box. (If there is no black box or black spots, you can skip this step.) Go over to your layers panel. (If you do not see this, go up to 'Window' and then go down and make sure there is a checkmark by 'Layers'. If there is not, click on it.) Your overlay should already be the highlighted layer, but if it is not, then click on that. Go up to your blend mode. It should currently say 'Normal'. You will need to change this to 'Screen.' This will complete your overlay placement. If your overlay is somewhere where you do not want it to be, you can take a soft black brush and paint on the overlay layer to remove it.

    Still need help? Email us at bp4uguides@gmail.com and we'll be happy to assist you. 

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