Nifty Tricks with the Nikon D300 on Photoshop User TV Episode 127


The Photoshop guys are in Orlando, Florida right now for the Photoshop World April 2-4, (they’re open to the public 1-5pm on April 3 and 9:30-12:30pm on April 4) but they recorded the show earlier for this Episode #127 of Photoshop User TV.

Matt Kloskowski uses the Color Range command to take somebody out of a green screen and put her on another background.

Scott Kelby goes through some nifty settings on his Nikon D300 to make shooting pictures that much more pleasant, like you can change aperture, ISO and shutter speed settings on the fly by pressing the shutter button and the Info button. He also shows a very cool use of the camera’s Live View feature for scrolling through the various White Balance settings to make sure that you get the right one. Plus a couple more tips, or three, or four.

Dave Cross shows us how to use Hue/Saturation to change the color of autumn leaves without making a single selection.


Published by Chris Malinao

Chris teaches Lightroom as workflow software to photography students at the FPPF, Federation of Philippine Photographers Foundation. He also teaches smartphone photography.