Archivi giornalieri: 13 giugno 2016







Hi Gang. Not sure you if caught this, but last week Adobe released a Lightroom update with two pretty significant and mightily cool features; along with new camera support; tethering support for some new cameras; new lens profiles, and a host of bug fixes. The two awesome features are: (1) New “Guided Upright” lens corrections […]

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Adobe Releases Two Fairly-Awesome New Features for Lightroom CC Users


OK, this didn’t get much attention in last week’s Lightroom CC update, but I think it’s actually pretty significant, and that’s the ability to create Panos and HDR images using just the Smart Preview (without having to have the linked original file). Previously, if you didn’t have the original, both Panos and HDR were grayed out […]

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Making Lightroom Panos and HDRs From Just The Smart Previews



From a simple sketch to full blown colored artwork you will learn how create an Illustration of a Sleeping Moon. A drawing tablet isn’t necessary for this tutorial but it can make things go little smoother. Before I touch Photoshop I draw a series of sketches for my Moon design and select the best one I like. In the creation of my sketch I research real moons as well as other illustrations of moons from various artists. This is only to build up ideas on how I want my moon to look. You can draw your own sketch or right click and save the one I made and place it in your Photoshop canvas.

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How to Create a Cute Sleeping Moon Illustration


Holding the Option (Mac) / Alt (Win) key while dragging the Lasso tool will toggle to the Polygonal Lasso tool and vice versa. When starting with the Lasso tool, this previous shortcut might take a few tries to master as you have to be careful to release the Option key (to return from the Polygonal […]

Toggling the Lasso Tools in Photoshop


Non molto tempo fa, ho scritto un tutorial sul blog Fotolia su come aggiungere la sfocatura a iride (Iris Blur) a un’immagine, per alcuni infatti questa è un’ottima tecnica per applicare una sfocatura che aggiunga profondità di campo. Uno dei suoi difetti, nonché della maggior parte delle sfocature in generale, è il fatto che, quando se […]

Aggiungi profondità di campo a un’immagine



In CS6 or newer, go to the Swatches panel (Window > Swatches) and in the flyout menu (the icon with the down-pointing triangle and four horizontal lines) choose “Photo Filter Colors“. You can then append or replace the current swatches with 20 new color swatches that you can use to apply a photo filter to […]

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Photo Filter Colors In The Swatches Panel