Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
Today we’re going to be taking a look at a few basic techniques to get you started using Photoshop’s blending options to give you some very nice looking results fairly quickly!
When was the last time you went to an airport? While waiting, you might stumble into an interesting schedule display. Each character board is flipped to reveal the next character. That's what we want to create here, a mechanical text display. We are going to use only Photoshop in this project. Let's get started!
Photoshop CC 2014 tutorial showing how to create a sleek, shiny pill with contoured text and a reflection in multiple colors from scratch.
In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to create a vibrant and surrealistic light and bubbles effect. We’ll learn about layer modes, the Liquify tool, and the brush tool. This effect is good for creating an eye-catching poster or flyer. Try to experiment with light and color as much as you can!
A simple Photoshop tutorial for beginners, demonstrating how to "blend" two images -- how to fade one to another with a solid-to-transparent gradient.
Important Note For Photoshop CC Users:- At some parts of it. This tutorial explain Resizing Images in Photoshop using pictures of some old dialogs that has changed in Photoshop CC
Photoshop actions are created by manually performing a series of steps and recording them in an ATN file. Actions can save a ton of time when you need to perform a task repeatedly in Photoshop. In today’s episode we show you how to create a Photoshop action from scratch.
Layers are an important part of Photoshop. They are one of two features that makes it comfortable to create and edit pictures in Photoshop (Besides the selection tool, which we will cover in the next lesson). In this lesson, I will teach you a wide range of of layer options
In this quick beginner’s tutorial, we’re going to create an elegant bird out of water using the liquify and free transform tools!
In this tutorial you'll learn how to make an editable, sleek, brushed metal background using nothing but Photoshop filters and adjustment layers.
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