Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
Have you ever wanted something to do all the work for you in Photoshop? Then you’ll be interested to hear about Photoshop actions. These addons perform a series of actions to create everything from photo effects to 3D text. In this beginners tutorial, you’ll learn how to use and create your own Photoshop actions.
Every month we make a roundup of some of the best Illustrator and Photoshop tutorials out there, so that every month you get to have a little crash course, and become just that little bit better at using the software, and of course, so you can get a bit of design inspiration. Nothing helps the imagination like knowing you can do something.
Today we will create a detailed wax seal using Photoshop and a simple texture. I will not only explain the techniques used, but also why and follow exactly the steps I went through, with all the ups, downs and adjustments encountered on the way to the final design.
Most of the time people take pictures with some unwanted things, that ruin the beauty of that picture. People wish something according to their own desire, in these cases photoshop has different tools and tricks to have the images in preferred background.
With global temperatures rising, the areas most affected are out of sight from many. And those hit the hardest can’t help themselves: they are the animals living in freezing temperatures, forced to rely on diminishing ice floes and weakened habitats.
Today we will create a really cool conceptual headdress using stock photos, Photoshop and our imagination. The idea hit me when I saw a picture of a native American while browsing around some pictures. So I thought it would be interesting to make one with a totally different twist, with bone and metal.
Pretty useful trick in Adobe Photoshop, where we will change the setting for showing dimensions in pixels instead of centimetres while making selections.
A so called mirror cloning technique is a great way to fix or alter a photo where a traditional cloning technique simply doesn't cut it. Have fun!
Let me show why and how to use another great Adobe Photoshop feature that will make your Photoshop experience even better.
Iris Blur in Photoshop. In this tutorial, you will learn how to use the Iris Blur Filter in Adobe Photoshop CS6. This is new features in the Blur Gallery that lets you retain focus on a certain part of your image, and blur out the rest. Although this is possible to achieve even in the older versions of Adobe Photoshop, however, CS6 comes with more sophisticated features that are more flexible and give you more control over the effect. Kudos to Adobe Photoshop CS6.
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