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Healing Brush    Healing Brush
   There's a great tool in Photoshop version 7+ called "Healing Brush". If you've heard about it from your friends, you may be wondering, what is it for? Or if you are an experienced user of previous versions of Photoshop, you may not understand why you should use it if you can use the "old school" Clone Stamp tool instead...
Adding Text to Your Images    Adding Text to Your Images
   Sometimes it is great to add some words or lyrics to your pictures to make them even more spectacular or to completely show their meaning. In previous years in order to add text to an image you needed to prepare a picture in image-editing program such as Photoshop, and then import it to a special illustration program such as Adobe Illustrator. Nowadays, newer versions of Photoshop allow adding text to images without any additional software, above that, this is very easily done...
Digital Formats: TIFF, JPEG or RAW?    Digital Formats: TIFF, JPEG or RAW?
   Users of most medium to high-end digital cameras often have troubles choosing between file formats in which to store their images. Most cameras most commonly will offer you a choice either of JPEG, TIFF or RAW formats. Here are some tips for you to choose a file format that perfectly fits your current situation and fulfills your need in the most efficient way...
Saving and Resizing    Saving and Resizing
   If you're just beginning to use software to edit and adjust your photos, first things you need to learn are to save and resize your photos. These functions can be used for different purposes in various situations, i.e. for emailing your pictures to friends and relatives, printing your images or publishing them on the Web...
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