Photoshop

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I've been spending a lot of time with Photoshop lately, and I'd like to share some of my work with you. Jump over to Riven Design and check out the iPad wallpaper images we've put up. When I have time I'll add some other formats.

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As you may have notice, I haven't blogged much lately. One of my recent endeavors has been doing web design at Riven Design. I've been doing web design with an emphasis on high quality imagery and accessibility, and some really fun print design as well.

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Two of my favorite Photoshop experts, Ben Willmore (Digital Mastery, The Best of Ben and Where is Ben?) and Bert Monroy (PixelPerfect) get together. They meet to explain HDR (High Dynamic Range) in a two part series.

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I was already a fan of the PhotoShop Pattern Maker, but after that tutorial, I'll be looking at it from a new viewpoint. The use of it with the photo was interesting, but I loved the text pattern they created. I can see using some variation of this in print work.

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I came across 53 Ultimate Tips For Better Photoshopping the other day. A very good list of Photoshop shortcuts, both commonly known and not so well known. It is one of the more comprehensive lists like this that I've seen.

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Scott Kelby has a great post about Photoshop vs. My Camera.

“Can’t you just take them out in Photoshop?” Yup, I could but I really hate doing that, so I just moved my camera to a spot where I could compose the frame without the wires being visible. That was much faster and easier—getting it right in the camera.”

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Here are 30 Photoshop Secret Shortcuts.

"Well, what I mean by "secret" is that these shortcuts are not documented in the menus."

h/t Adobe Photoshop Daily Tutorials

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Have people you need removed? From photos that is. Here's and interesting technique for doing just that. It requires some planning when you're shotting the photos, but isn't too technically difficult. Seems to me that it would work both ways too. Need more people in a photo? Bring people from multiple photos into the same photo. Some interesting double exposure type images could be done this way too.

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I always like to link to lists of resources for products and tools that I use. Here's some lists of Photoshop resources that are pretty good.

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