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Tip of the Day: Remove Objects in Photoshop
How to use the Clone tool to remove objects in Photoshop. (from www.nobsphotosuccess.com)
Digital Scrapbooking with Memory Mixer
Lasting Impressions’ new Memory Mixer version 2 ($80, direct) is simple to use and gives you hundreds of ways to display photos and short video clips. I was a bit skeptical of this program at first glance. You use the photos that are sitting on your hard drive and digitally add special touches to your pages including videos and audio.
Software Tutorial: Vertus Bling It!
With just a couple clicks, you can make your photos for online auctions (and more) look much cooler and flashier.
Tip of the Day: Killer Lightroom Tips
For Adobe Photoshop Lightroom users who have mastered the basics, check out Lightroom Killer Tips for shortcuts and ways to use the program more efficiently. For example, the site explains how the history panel works and how to use it (for example, Lightroom automatically saves all the edits you make, even after you close the program). The tips on the site often include videos so you can follow along step by step.—Melissa Macatee Contributing Blogger
Tip of the Day: Borrow from the Masters
Intrigued, I decided to test-drive Unfocused’s technique. I used a washed-out image of my stuffed wookiee (Chewy) summering in Rockport, MA, and combined it with Edward Hopper’s “Rooms by the Sea.” Techno Chewy!—Lori FredricksonAssistant Editor
Fast Action Hero
Here are some great action directories:
Whiter Teeth Without Brushing
PearlyWhites works by locating areas on the photo that are white and surrounded by flesh tones, like eyes and teeth and automatically whitening them, so your subject’s won’t just end up with whiter teeth, but eyeballs too. ShineOff automatically removes shine from skin tones without altering the desired shine on lips, teeth and eyes.
Software Workshop: Master the New Lightroom 4 Raw Conversion Dialogue
The new RAW basic is here
Software Workshop: An Intro to Adobe Photoshop Touch
The world's biggest imaging application goes mobile