Colour your world

August 28, 2009

This tutorial has been moved to http://www.digidiversity.co.uk/2009/08/colour-your-world/

Have you have ever looked at pictures you have taken or even just looked at the world around you and wondered what it would look like if everything was a different colour. Maybe the sky would be green or the leaves on the trees a brilliant orange?

Do you have old black and white photo’s that you would love to see in colour?

Well you don’t have to wonder about it, just do it using Photoshop. This tutorial will show you how to alter colours or even add colour to black and white using hue / saturation adjustment layers……..


This tutorial has been moved to http://www.digidiversity.co.uk/2009/08/selection-tools-and-advanced-masking/

Selection tools have many uses. They can be used to help with creating masks, cut out sections of an image, make effects only apply to the selected area and be used to move parts of an image.

This tutorial will explain the different selection tools available, show how they can be used to help create masks and also an advanced masking technique that can be very accurate and fast…..


This tutorial has been moved to http://www.digidiversity.co.uk/2009/08/bokeh-or-blur-how-to-do-it-and-how-to-fake-it/

The term ‘Bokeh’ comes from the Japanese word for blur (or so i have read). This term is used for the photographic technique of blurring the background while keeping the subject in focus.

It is created by something called the Depth of Field (DoF). This is the area in which your photo will be in focus and where it will start to fade out of focus (start to blur). There are 2 main factors involved in controlling the Depth of Field. The aperture and the focal length……