In this video, Julieanne demonstrates how to apply a painterly look to an image using the completely re-coded Oil Paint filter in the November release of Photoshop CC 2015.
If you’re like me, you frequently use your camera to shoot both photos and videos but it’s hard to match the color effect on both. Photoshop CS6 tried to solve this by introducing the Color Lookup adjustment but it was rarely used because it depended on LUTs created by others. New in Photoshop CC is […]
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When viewing multiple images simultaneously, Shift -drag with the Hand tool to pan all open documents. Similarly, shift -clicking with the Zoom tool will zoom all images simultaneously. To set this as the default behavior, with the Zoom or Hand tool selected, check the “Zoom all Windows” and/or “Pan all Windows” in the Option bar.
Use the Color Lookup adjustment layer (CS6 and newer) to instantly change the overall appearance of an image. Click on the new Adjustment Layer icon found in the Layers panel, and select “Color Lookup“, then choose a new style from the list of presets.
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