Expert Tips for Gradient Management in Photoshop CC 2020
Since my last video on the Diamond Gradient, I have received a LOT of questions about gradient management in Photoshop CC 2020. In today’s video, I will answer all of them summed up into three questions: Why do my gradients have folders and yours show gradients? How do I make my own gradients? How do I change the default gradient in the Gradient Palette? BONUS: How do I move a gradient once I’ve made it? This short video will have you managing your gradients like a pro!Read more: 3 Expert Tips for Gradient Management – f64 Academy
Photoshop Channel Mixer Madness! By Jim Welninski © AlteredSpacePhoto.com
The Channel Mixer in Photoshop is often overlooked. But in the hands of someone who knows what to do with it, it can be awesome. It can be used to change colors or for color grading. It can help you create color contrast. It can be a great way to convert to black and white. Combine it with a Curve and you’ve got a powerful tool indeed…IF you can figure out a way of reliably getting what you want. I’ll show you how to tame it in part one of this two part series.Read more: Photoshop Channel Mixer Madness!
StarStaX – www.starstax.net
StarStaX is a fast multi-platform image stacking and blending software, which allows to merge a series of photos into a single image using different blending modes. It is developed primarily for Star Trail Photography where the relative motion of the stars in consecutive images creates structures looking like star trails. Besides star trails, it can be of great use in more general image blending tasks, such as noise reduction or synthetic exposure enlargement.
StarStaX has advanced features such as interactive gap-filling and can create an image sequence of the blending process which can easily be converted into great looking time-lapse videos.
Read more: StarStaX – www.starstax.net