Photoshop basic corrections

Image correction basics: Straighten, Crop, Sharpen and Reduce Noise

Hi folks! In this video round up we’ll get started with the basics of image correction. We’ll see some quick tips on how to straighten images with the ruler and the puppet wrap tool.

For the very beginners we also have a quick presentations of the crop tool, and finally we’ll see how we can sharpen an image with the high pass filter, and how to deal with the noise.

If these sound unfamiliar and confusing, then you will definitely find the videos enlightening and useful. So let’s get started!

Learn Adobe Photoshop – Crop Tool

In this video, Mahalo expert Justin Z. gives a brief overview of what the Crop tool does and how it can be used to “trim the fat” off your photographs.

Straighten Images with Ease using puppet wrap

While Photoshop CS5’s Puppet Warp is a powerful way to wildly manipulate an image, some of its best uses are much more subtle. For example, you can now perfect your photos by straightening a horizon line or architectural detail, pin-by-pin:

Straightening Photos using Photoshop ruler

In this tutorial Nicole demonstrate two different methods you can use to straighten a photo using the Ruler tool in Photoshop.

Photoshop CS5: Noise Reduction (in camera raw)

Photoshop CS5 brings a great new way to reduce noise in your images. Noise Reduction within Camera Raw works wonders! Check it out in Photoshop CS5!

Sharpen a Photo in Photoshop CS5 – High Pass Filter and Sharpen Tool

How to Sharpen a photograph in Photoshop using the High Pass Filter and the Sharpen Tool

Sharpening in Photoshop CS5 – Noise Reduction

How to Sharpen a photograph in Photoshop without creating excessive detail and increasing noise by using the noise reduction filter.

That’s all folks! I hope you find today’s tutorials interesting, and helpful. Stay tuned next week, we’ll be returning with more image correction basics!

Article publié pour la première fois le 08/10/2013