Adobe Photoshop tutorial by Colin Smith: LANDSCAPE

In this Adobe Photoshop tutorial, Colin Smith from PhotoshopCafé demonstrates the whole procedure of altering scene photographs with his Wacom Cintiq 16. The tutorial covers all the Cintiq specs and demonstrates the creation pipeline for photograph correcting and altering. "My entire workflow for editing landscape photos in Photoshop, I take a DJI drone photo and show exposure blending, dodge and burn, multiple Camera Raw, non-destructive sharpening and my entire advanced workflow, ...

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How photographer Renee Robyn built a career with dark and moody compositions

An artist we love is definitely Renee Robyn - wanderlust afflicted, a cloud addicted, shade seeker from Canada. As a commercial photographer, she has some amazing digital editing and compositing skills. Her images are dark and moody, "an ethereal combination of fact and fiction". Created mostly on grey backdrops, she is an Adobe Photoshop alchemist. Listen to Renee Robyn talk about her work, the development of her style, her success and ...

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Photo manipulation tutorial and how to set up a Wacom Intuos Pro by Nemanja Sekulic

For this fun Photoshop and photo manipulation tutorial, we collaborated with photographer and 3D/ digital artist Nemanja Sekulic. Nemanja has been using Wacom for his work since 2007 and he is a professional in his field, so we hope his expertise and tips will help you. In this video, Nemanja explains - among other things - why the Wacom Intuos Pro medium is his graphics tablet of choice, how he sets up ...

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How to create a spooky Halloween photo in 5 steps by Laura Dajana Kroschewski

Here´s how to create a spooky photo of yourself beheaded by illustrator and retoucher Laura Kroschewski which hopefully will inspire you. Watch the video or read each of the 5 steps in your time below. What’s your Halloween look this year? Laura uses a Wacom Cintiq Pro for her work. Check out the new retail price Wacom Cintiq Pro 13. Find a costume and apply spooky makeup. Ask someone to take some ...

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