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by Martin Evening

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Pen paths
With the mastery of pen paths, it is possible to define a complex outline like this and selectively edit portions of an image.

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Radial filter
The Radial filter is new to the Camera Raw 8 feature and can be used to apply localized adjustments.

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Panorama
This panorama stitch was assembled from seven separate photographs.

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Shake reduction filter
The shake reduction filter can be used to restore sharpness to a photo.

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Amazon.com Exclusive: Martin Evening's top 10 tips for Photographers


Always shoot in raw mode. This way you preserve all of the information the camera can capture. Start with the Camera Raw feature and use the Camera Raw controls to fine-tune the tones and colors before you open an image in Photoshop. For optimum image quality capture sharpen your images in the Camera Raw feature. Try to work as non-destructively as possible in Photoshop. Use adjustment layers and smart objects to keep image your adjustments editable. Learn to use all the essential keyboard shortcuts, such as Command-0 (Mac) and Control-0 (PC) for making an image fit to view on the screen. Don’t get stuck in the habit of using old techniques. Photoshop is constantly evolving to provide more effective ways of working. Think carefully about how you are going to manage your images. Bridge is useful as a file browsing program. Lightroom is a dedicated cataloguing program. Remember to mark all of your photographs as being copyrighted. Do not let your pictures become orphan works! Devise a workable back-up strategy so that in an emergency everything on your computer system is safely backed up and can be recovered. Let Photoshop actions do all the heavy lifting whenever you need to carry out repetitive tasks.

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