Photoshop User TV: PhotoshopUserTV: Applying Presets to Image Batches and Field Blur – Episode 330

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Corey Barker starts off this episode highlighting a 3D update to Creative Cloud made in December 2012 that now allows surfaces in Photoshop to act as lights capable of casting on other objects. Matt shares a quick tip on how to apply a preset to a batch of images in Lightroom. Pete finishes up with some Photoshop techniques for creating textures and backgrounds with field blur & bokeh to create some amazing results.
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 Corey Barker starts off this episode highlighting a 3D update to Creative Cloud made in December 2012 that now allows surfaces in Photoshop to act as lights capable of casting on other objects. Matt shares a quick tip on how to apply a preset to a batch of images in Lightroom. Pete finishes up with some Photoshop techniques for creating textures and backgrounds with field blur & bokeh to create some amazing results.

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  1. Rob Pullen says:

    Great show guys, I’m definitely gonna re join NAPP as it expired in December, cannot wait to check out those courses !!

  2. Dr. Mel Wilner says:

    Love you guys forever….dating back to the NIKON users videos.
    Keep it up I watch you religiously.

    Regards and Happy New Year

    I appreciate your guests from Kelby’s videos….would love to see more!!!

    Mel

  3. Sandy Hansen says:

    I learned a lot from Pete today!
    Thanks

  4. Joseph Myers says:

    Nice show. Just get sick and play.

    • Dara says:

      This video wasn’t This video wasn’t pointless at all, I aderaly have some knowledge of photoshop and after effects, but I’ve just started website designing.The information is great, but you should’ve just shown full screen, because then we can also see what’s happening, except for where it is he]appening 0Was this answer helpful?

  5. Geoff druin says:

    Love the show.

  6. Saber Naeemi says:

    Hey there,
    Talking to you from Iran, Tehran,
    Keep up the great work guys.

    Why you guys prefer Apple Macintosh over Microsoft Windows as operating system? I know it performs better on various cases but I just eager to hear technical details from a Photoshop expert.

  7. Great show guys, keep up the good work

  8. Harjinder says:

    Thanks for the Pete, Cory and Matt…..great tips as ever.

  9. Carlos Thadeu says:

    Peter, I loved your tutorial. Guys, you are amazing.

  10. Bob Burns says:

    I would love to see some more compositing tricks from Matt. Great show, Thanks.

  11. Gary Elliott says:

    Great show.

  12. Rich E. says:

    Definitely going to try and experiment with filters more

  13. Mat says:

    The pattern stuff….way cool!:)

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