Welcome to PSKiss Photographer’s ToolBox step-by-step free tutorial

After you installed and opened the panel in Photoshop, you are ready to start working on your outdoor photos.

Working in “Button Mode”

All you need to do once the panel is visible, is to click on buttons. It’s truly that simple.

If you work on an outdoor photo, use the Outdoor Photography filters:

For more information – See the PSKiss Outdoor Photography Toolkit QuickStart Guide

If you work on a portrait photo, use the Portrait Photography filters:

For more information – See the PSKiss Portrait Photography Toolkit QuickStart Guide

If you work on a product photo, use the Product Photography filters:

For more information – See the PSKiss Product Photography Toolkit QuickStart Guide

It is possible to use any on any image, so experiment them on all kind of photos:

Each button in the panel launches a filter that allows you to manipulate your photo, quickly and easily.

The work with the panel is progressive – Each filter starts with the results of the previous one. Note that each filter creates a separate layer of it’s own, so the original image stays untouched. This layer has a unique name given by the filter. Please do not change this name, it is used by the very useful Merge All button.

The workflow assistance buttons:

  Undo the last operation. Click again to Redo

 

  Sets the view to Actual Pixels

 

  Merge the selected layer with the one below, or merge selected layers together

 

  Merge all PSKiss layers added by the filters, into a single layer

 

About the Free Demo

The Free Demo decreases image size to 640px (wide or tall) before activating the filters. All features are identical to the commercial version.

The panel is marked “DEMO“:

Download the Free Demo – Here

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