Category Archives: Editing Tips & Tutorials

How To Remove Flyaway Hairs Easily in Photoshop

Have some scraggly fly away hairs that are buggin’ you? Both in real life and in your photos those pesky fly aways can be hard to tame down. While I can’t always help you with the best gels or conditioners to help bring down the fly aways , I CAN show you one really simple…

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Featured Cozy Clicks Guest Instructor: Andrea Martin

Cozy Clicks Ultimate Pro Editing Membership July Guest Photographer Andrea Martin joins our expert line up of guest editing instructors inside the Cozy Clicks Ultimate Pro Editing Membership this month! Andrea is beyond phenomenal with her ability to capture and edit photos of children and animals. She takes the kind of pictures that just draw…

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How To Create a Dark and Moody Edit in Photoshop

Looking to create an edit on your photo that is dark and moody? I’ve got not one, but three different techniques you can use to achieve this look inside of Photoshop! You can stack them, pair them up or just use one a at time. Learn how to create a dark and moody edit here!…

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How To Fix Underexposed Photos…And Why You Might WANT to Underexpose!

How To Fix Underexposed Photos…And Why You Might WANT to Underexpose! | The Stay Focused Podcast Episode #69 Uh..oh. There’s not enough light in your photo. Maybe you forgot to change settings, or maybe you really weren’t sure how to see your exposure in the first place …or maybe you purposely did it (and yes,…

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How To Create A Canvas Painting Look In Photoshop

How To Create A Canvas Painting Look In Photoshop Making your photo look like it was painted onto a canvas is a lot easier than you might think! Photoshop has all the tools you need and it can be done in just a few clicks! Wanna learn how to Create A Canvas Painting Look In…

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  • CarolMay 18, 2020 - 9:53 am

    I have Photoshop 2020 and there were only three choices for patterns…trees, water and grass. 🙁ReplyCancel

    • Cozy Clicks PhotographyMay 20, 2020 - 7:33 am

      Hey Carol! Try this:
      Try going up top to window>patterns. You’ll see a pop up on the side. In the upper right hand side of that pop up is a menu (looks like several horizontal lines) Click that and select legacy patterns and more. This should load in the canvas. You might have to close out and open back up PS after this.ReplyCancel