deke.com posts about Photoshop
Have you ever used an app like Lensa? Feed it a bunch of selfies and it generates a handful of AI portraits. Which are flattering, to be sure, but they're hardly impeccable. In fact, they can be riddled with flaws. All of which you can fix using the copious retouching tools in Photoshop.
Here is where you can download the asset for Deke's Impressions of Impressionism video from Patreon, even if you're not (yet) a patron.
Renown expert and deep diver Deke McClelland returns to the fray with dekeNow: a look at the current Photoshop and Illustrator state of the art of the art
Deke completes the One-on-One series for both Photoshop and Illustrator at LinkedIn Learning.
Deke, the Dragon, celebrates 1000 years of Deke's Techniques with the 1000th (and final, for now) episode.
Deke foreshadows next week by making an homage to a classic cartoon signoff in Photoshop.
Deke drew this van icon to fill an obvious gap in the custom shapes "Vehicle" collection in Photoshop.
Deke considers the benefits and pitfalls of using a keyboard shortcut to turn of paths and shape handles when you're trying to work in Photoshop.
Deke shows you how to trace a pixel-based heart with the Pen tool in Photoshop in order to make smooth, artifact-free scaleable shapes.
Deke uses the characters on playing cards to spell a very important word in Photoshop.
Deke takes you on a road trip with Photoshop's Line tool and points the way with a quasi-dynamic arrowhead.