Plug-ins for Photoshop: featuring OnOne Software, with Matt Kloskowski

Photoshop plug-ins can help photographers by saving them time and by allowing them to utilize image enhancement techniques they may not know how to do themselves.

Photoshop plug-ins can help photographers by saving them time and by allowing them to utilize image enhancement techniques they may not know how to do themselves.

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Course Lessons:

Lesson 1: Introduction (Duration 01:47)

Welcome viewers. Here is what we will cover in this course

Lesson 2: Genuine Fractals 6 (Duration 08:51)

Learn how to best upsize your photos and still keep good quality

Lesson 3: Gallery Wraps with Genuine Fractals 6 (Duration 06:20)

Use Genuine Fractals to prepare your photos for printing on canvas

Lesson 4: PhotoTools 2 (Duration 09:42)

Phototools will let you create some of the hottest special effects with just a few clicks

Lesson 5: Mask Pro (Duration 00:43)

Mask Pro takes the complexity out of creating difficult selections in Photoshop and gives you some simple brush-based tools to work with

Lesson 6: PhotoFrame 4 (Duration 00:43)

My personal favorite in the onOne Collection. PhotoFrame 4 quickly and easily lets you put frames, borders, graphics and incorporate many of the current trends when it comes to showing off your work

Lesson 7: Watermarking Photos with Photoframe 4 (Duration 04:13)

One of the most popular requests for Photoshop is adding a watermark to an entire folder of images. Believe it or not, PhotoFrame has a tool that makes this process really simple

Lesson 8: Focal Point (Duration 07:31)

If you want to draw attention to one part of your photo then Focal Point helps by adding blurs and vignettes

Lesson 9: PhotoTune and SkinTune (Duration 07:16)

These plug-ins work best for those that aren't really sure what's wrong with a photo but know that the color or tone just doesn't look quite right. PhotoTune and SkinTune walk you through several steps where you visually choose which version of the pho

Lesson 10: Conclusion (Duration 00:51)

Thanks for tuning in. Hope you learned a lot

Meet Your Instructor: Matt Kloskowski

Matt is the full-time Director of Education for Kelby Media Group and a Tampa-based photographer. He's the Editor-in-Chief of Lightroom Magazine, the lead instructor on the Adobe Photoshop Lightroom LIVE…

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