It’s time for Photoshop (nearly) Friday

Written by: Glyn Dewis

Published: August 19, 2010

Category: General

With a post ready to go online tomorrow I realised I’d not put together a ‘Photoshop Friday’ Technique, but never fear my Buddy A.J. Wood yet again has pulled out a little gem that if you haven’t seen already, you’re gonna love.

The technique A.J. goes through in this tutorial makes use of the Background Eraser Tool to insert a new sky into another image, and what’s really cool about it is the speed in which it’s done. Now I have to admit despite being a daily user of Photoshop I’d actually completely forgotten about the Background Eraser tool but having seen this nifty tutorial I think I may have to take a closer look.

If like me you’re constantly looking to learn more and improve your Photoshop skills then I highly recommend you put A.J.’s blog on your ‘Reading List. Packed with tips & techniques it’s a great source of education and what’s more A.J. style of presenting is infectious.

Check out A.J.’s blog here and if you’re into the social media scene then be sure to connect with him on Facebook and Twitter for yet more tips & techniques.

Enjoy 🙂

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2 Comments

  1. David Kelly

    Glyn, when I saw this on his blog on Tuesday I thought this is just so quick & easy – which is always a good thing for me with Photoshop!
    Like you say, it’s a gem of a tip and I really dig A.J.’s presentation style.

    Reply
    • Glyn

      David you can always rely on A.J. to produce top quality tutorials; a truly great guy who’s destined for big things!

      Reply

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