Deselecting areas in photos and layers in Adobe Photoshop is actually easier than selecting them. We’ll show you how to deselect items using multiple ways in this photo editing tool.
Do you prefer a different color for an object in your photo? If so, use Adobe Photoshop’s Replace Color tool to change the color. It’s easy, and Photoshop does the heavy lifting for you. Here’s how to do it….
Whether you’re looking to fix your mirror selfies or you just want a flipped version of an image, Adobe Photoshop makes it easy to flip images, both horizontally and vertically. We’ll show you how to do it….
Need to shrink that large logo that has its own layer on your photo? Make use of Adobe Photoshop’s various options to resize your layers. We’ll show you how to do just that.
If you’d like to rotate your digital photos, Adobe Photoshop offers various tools to do that. We’ll show you how to rotate your photo with predefined, custom, and freeform options in this app.
Photoshop actions are extremely useful tools. They’re especially helpful if you’ve learned a bit of the program, but not enough to take on complicated edits yet. Actions can also seriously streamline your editing workflow and…
Adobe Photoshop often has a few different tools that handle the same things in subtly different ways. Opacity, Flow, and Density all control the visibility of certain layer aspects, but each is a little different. We’ll expla…
The Calibration Panel in Adobe Camera Raw and Lightroom Classic is one of the most underused and misunderstood tools in either app. So, if you’ve ever wondered what this mysterious panel does, let me explain….
Dodging and burning are photo editing techniques where you selectively brighten (dodge) and darken (burn) different areas of your image. It allows you to control what people will see first and generally make your images look…
Dodging and burning are two of the oldest—and most important—photo editing techniques. It’s where you selectively brighten (dodge) or darken (burn) different areas of your image. Let me explain.
Adobe has been rather busy working on Photoshop for iPad and desktop. The company announced many new features designed to make creating beautiful images on iPad and desktop a more streamlined experience….
Lightroom Presets are a popular way to edit images, but if you prefer to use Adobe Photoshop, there’s a way to use them in Photoshop, too—using Adobe Camera RAW (ACR). Let me explain.
Adobe Photoshop gives you multiple ways to remove the background from an image, each with varying accuracy. Here, we’ll show you two of those quick ways to remove your photo’s background.
Adobe Photoshop lets you change the keyboard shortcut for any function. We’ll show you how to do this, and also, how to reset the keyboard shortcuts on Windows and Mac to their default values.
Adobe Photoshop is an insanely big, incredibly customizable application. Sometimes, some of the (many) tools can stop working as you expect them to, either because of something you did deliberately or by accident—or a bug. …
Photoshop has a quick export feature that, by default, saves a PNG file. It’s pretty handy but, if you use Photoshop a lot, there are a couple of ways that you can make it better. Let’s dig in.
Is your image too big or too small to fit your needs? Using Adobe Photoshop on Mac or Windows, it’s easy to resize a photo quickly and precisely. Here’s how to do it.
A photo’s metadata is the information embedded in the file that tells you (or your computer) about it. It includes things like when a photo was taken, what camera and settings it was taken with, the resolution of the image, a…
In Adobe Photoshop, it’s easy to quickly crop an image into a non-rectangular shape such as a circle, which can come in handy when visualizing round social media headshots. Here’s how to do it.
If Adobe Photoshop doesn’t work the way it should, you might be able to fix it by resetting its Preferences (Settings). There are two ways to do it, and we’ll show you how.
Adobe Photoshop on Mac and Windows offers several different ways to copy image layers between documents so you don’t need to recreate your hard work from scratch. Here’s how to do it.
Adobe Photoshop defaults to a dark theme when you first install it, but it’s easy to quickly switch to a light theme (or somewhere in between) on Windows and Mac. Here’s how to do it.
By default, Adobe Photoshop displays large animated tooltips (called “rich tooltips”) when you hover over tools. They’re handy at first, but can quickly become annoying. Here’s how to turn them off.
Adobe Photoshop Camera Raw is Adobe’s RAW image-processing engine. It’s what allows you to convert the RAW image files shot by your camera into widely supported, shareable, usable JPGs. If that’s just a load of jargon to you,…
Adobe Photoshop has many menu items, some of which we rarely or never use. You can hide these unused items so your Photoshop menus look cleaner. If you ever need them again, you can easily restore hidden options….