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Using opacity and fill options in Photoshop can dramatically improve your photos but what is the difference and when should you use which tool?

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Learn how to clone, heal and repair your images to create perfect pictures in Adobe Photoshop.

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Are Layers in Photoshop confusing you? Do you feel like you could be using them even more than you are? If so, this tutorial is definitely for you as it looks at the fundamentals of using layers in Photoshop.

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Give your loved one a more personalised Valentine's Day card this year by using your own photos and creating a card in Photoshop.

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Here's how you can make a personalised Christmas card in Photoshop with your own festive themed photos.

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Here are 19 PC keyboard shortcuts to use in Lightroom which are useful for photo editing, and can speed up your workflow.

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Here's a fast workflow you can follow in Premiere Pro when you want to give your video/images a cinematic edge.

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Learn how to use Adobe Photoshop/Elements to highlight one colour in an image so your subject 'pops' from the frame. Plus, we have a section for smartphone photographers on how they can create the same effect in the Snapseed photo editing app.

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Learn how to make LUTS using colour balance tools in Photoshop

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Here's a Lightroom tutorial that walks you through a full Lightroom CC Classic workflow.

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To get to grips with the new Profiles found in Adobe Camera RAW, Adobe has put a really useful tutorial together.

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Did you know that you can use the Unsharp Mask Tool to make details 'pop' in your images?

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