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    Basic Photo Editing Tutorial by `TheTragicTruth-Of-Me on deviantART

    Like a lot of skills, learning photo editing is about familiarizing yourself with the language and technique. Photo app Polarr put together an interactive guide that teaches you those concepts quickly.

    Pictures that have distracting backgrounds can be fixed with help from the clone tool. Learn how to use this tool and start saving more of your pictures!

    Dodge & Burn. What are they good for? Absolutely everything! Dodge and Burn give you complete control of your lighting. Watch this quick photo editing tutorial and save 1,000s of photos!

    In 25 seconds learn how the eyedropper tool lets you pick any color from your image, so you can coordinate colors, get specific hex values, and find that just-right shade of any color.

    DIY: photo trick (this photography tip uses items you have lying around the house!)

    Photo editing

    The tools nested under the Blur tool (Blur/sharpen/smudge) are the only set of tools in the tools panel without a keyboard shortcut. You can however assign a shortcut to them by pressing Ctrl Alt Shift K (Mac: Cmd Opt Shift K) to open the Keyboard Shortcut editor. Choose "Tools" under the "Shortcuts for" drop-down and scroll-down to those tools and assign a letter to them. Your best option for these is the letters K and N since they are available without having to change any other shortcuts.

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    33 Photoshop Photo Editing Tutorials

    Beginners to Photoshop

    Ever get a great shot only to discover that you had your finger over the lens? Don’t despair; this short video shows you how to use the Clone tool to erase unwanted objects from your photo.

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    The Power of Photoshop’s Refine Edge Tool