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Newest Tutorials

Photoshop » Photo Effects — about 8 years ago
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Learn how to easily combine the Eraser Tool with one of Photoshop's built-in brushes, along with a few layers and some layer styles, to give a photo a worn, torn edges effect!
Photoshop » Photo Effects — about 8 years ago
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Add some action, excitement and motion to a photo with a zoom blur effect in Photoshop, an easy and popular way to help bring an image to life!
Photoshop » Photo Effects — about 8 years ago
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In the first of this two-part Photoshop tutorial, we used Photoshop's shape tools to create a film strip photo frame. In this second part of the tutorial, we'll use multiple copies of that film strip to create a photo collage!
Photoshop » Photo Effects — about 8 years ago
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In this two-part Photoshop tutorial, learn how to create a fun photo collage using a film strip as a photo frame for multiple images. In this first part of the tutorial, we'll see how Photoshop's various shape tools make it easy to draw the actual film strip itself, which we'll then be using in Part Two to create the photo collage!
Photoshop » Photo Effects — about 8 years ago
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Learn how easy it is to create interesting photo border effects using Photoshop's brushes, including how to load additional brush sets and combine multiple brush strokes with different tools, like the Eraser Tool, for virtually endless creative possibilities!
Photoshop » Basics — about 8 years ago
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The Magnetic Lasso Tool is one of the best selection tools in Photoshop, giving us much better results than what the standard Lasso Tool offers in less time and with less effort and frustration. In fact, with a little practice, you may find yourself hopelessly attracted to it!
Photoshop » Basics — about 8 years ago
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The Polygonal Lasso Tool, another of Photoshop's basic selection tools, is perfect for selecting objects in a photo with many straight, flat surfaces or sides, allowing us to draw as many sides as we need in any direction with just the click of a mouse!
Photoshop » Basics — about 8 years ago
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Photoshop's Lasso Tool is probably the easiest of the selection tools to use, allowing us to draw freehand selections around objects in a photo as if we were outlining them on paper with a pen or pencil. We'll learn how to combine it with Photoshop's ability to add and remove areas of a selection to fix up problem areas and dramatically improve your results!
Photoshop » Basics — about 8 years ago
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The Rectangular Marquee Tool may be one of the easiest Photoshop selection tools to use, but it isn't much help to us when we need to draw oval or circular selections. That's where the Elliptical Marquee Tool comes in, and it's every bit as simple. In fact, the Elliptical Marquee Tool is really just the Rectangular Marquee Tool with extremely rounded corners!
Photoshop » Basics — about 8 years ago
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Being able to select objects or areas in a photo is one of the most important Photoshop skills you need, but not all selections need to be complex or time consuming. In this tutorial, we look at one of Photoshop's most basic and easy to use selection tools, the Rectangular Marquee Tool, perfect for making selections based on simple geometric shapes.
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