10 Powerful Photoshop Skills/Techniques You Need to Know

10 Powerful Photoshop Skills/Techniques You Need to Know

Without a doubt these are among my personal favorite features in Photoshop, but they also happen to each be fairly unknown features-especially if you’re newer to using Photoshop. These are features that are going to push your Photoshop game through the stinking roof! In this Photoshop tutorial we’ll take a look at a good mix of things like liquefying facial features, frequency separation, color lookup tables (LUTs), selective sharpening, calculations, and MORE! Make sure to leave a comment below and tell me what your favorite feature is!

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50 replies
  1. Anthony Mickeal Photography
    Anthony Mickeal Photography says:

    How do you get that muted "bronze/brownish" look at minute 5:40? Do you know any luts or actions to get that kind of look?

  2. Pedro Alb
    Pedro Alb says:

    here’s several ideas about which features of Photoshop to learn first
    The selection feature
    Removal of unwanted objects
    (I discovered about these and more on Trevs Photo Blueprint website )

  3. Will Matos
    Will Matos says:

    Amazing tutorial. I love how fast you talk. you get to the point without ranting and I love that. Very easy for my creative ADD mind to pay attention without getting "bored". You have skills my friend. Thanks!

  4. Cyntel Since.88
    Cyntel Since.88 says:

    13 minutes in you scaled the brush size for the healing tool, curious if thats a quick-option from the wacom stylus? or a hotkey command?

    KANINE says:

    This is the first video I’ve came across of yours and I found it with a random search and you’ve earned my sub man. Props to you, great video and also great humour within the vid keep doing what you’re doing

  6. Tural Əlisoy
    Tural Əlisoy says:

    Hi, Nathaniel. I have a question. How to merge layers without changing opacity and effects in photoshop. Thanks in advance.

  7. momo athokpam
    momo athokpam says:

    For a guy like me who likes to expand the horizon but got no real "guru" to lean on to, ur work helps me lot. Appreciate it. Thanks.

  8. Nicholas Faithful
    Nicholas Faithful says:

    I’ve been using photoshop since 1995, just messing about at school but really started to get to know it in 2000 at college. Continued using it at uni and been professionally designing since 2005. I watch your videos and always learn something new. A lot of the techniques and tools I’m already familiar with but your videos are stacked with great tips and really enjoy learning from likeminded people like yourself. Keep up the great work dude.

  9. Kingsley Jones
    Kingsley Jones says:

    My skills ohhh they are growing ohhhhhhhhhhh what’s this bubbling in me ohhhhhhhh ahhhhhhhhhhhhhh *beam of light shoots through the roof*

  10. A A
    A A says:

    I need help , i dont know why i cant find the tool for liquify in my photoshop , do i need a new version or something else , btw my version of photoshop is 14,0 x32 ( maybe 0.o ) sry im still a beginner for photoshop oh no sry , i think most of ur tips didnt exist in my photoshop 0.o

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    tutvid says:

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    🔥 ↓ VIDEO GUIDE ↓ 🔥
    00:35 NO MORE SHAKY MONITOR/Sturdier Desk Now!
    00:58 Editing Facial Features with Liquify Face Tool
    04:33 Color Grading Color Lookup Tables (LUTs)
    08:08 Move & Transform a Selection
    09:06 Skin Retouching with Frequency Separation
    15:05 Complex Selections/Selecting Hair with Calculations
    20:46 Selective Sharpening w/ High Pass & Quick Mask Mode
    24:14 Color Range Directly on a Mask
    27:23 Crash Course in Curves
    29:51 Adjustment Layers Mixed with Blend Modes
    32:28 Camera RAW Filter Versatility and Function

  12. Megan Cassidy
    Megan Cassidy says:

    I have Photoshop CC and don’t seem to have anywhere near as many options in liquify as what you do. There is no head tool. Can anyone tell me why?

  13. Drum bum
    Drum bum says:

    you’re a beast man. I don’t really work with photoshop or illustrator but your tutorials are very thorough and well thought out.


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