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Many designers prefer to use vector pack resources in their artwork because they are easy to edit and modify as vector based graphics. Layout tags are one of these commonly used packs since designers can use them in web designs, printing materials and application user interfaces. Today’s vector pack includes various tag designs that can be opened in vector applications, such as Adobe Illustrator.
Home > Articles > Digital Audio, Video > Adobe Photoshop If you've ever worked on compositing multiple graphical elements into one glorious image, you know how maddening it can be trying to make hair look as natural with a new background as it did in its original location. Matt Kloskowski, author of Photoshop Compositing Secrets , shares some great tricks he uses to get even the wispiest of baby-fine hair to cooperate in Photoshop (no matter how badly it behaves in real life). If you want to get into Photoshop compositing, one of the first features you'll have to conquer is selections. If you've ever tried selecting people (especially people with wispy hair) from one background and placing them onto another background, you know that it can be a huge pain in the neck. But by using the Refine Edge feature and a few other tricks in Photoshop CS5, you'll start your composites out right—with a good selection.
Dear Lifehacker, I've learned a bunch of great Photoshop tricks but whenever I use that knowledge my images end up looking unrealistic. I don't want my family to look like an airbrushed perfume ad or my nature photos to look like a unicorn threw up a rainbow all over them. How can I touch up my photos without sacrificing their realism? Sincerely, Unintentionally Fake Dear UF,
Every version of Photoshop needs to turn heads with exciting, breakthrough technology . Aiming high, however, doesn’t mean forgetting the “small stuff.” The release of Photoshop CS5 incorporated a record number of innovative technologies that came direct from the brilliant minds of the Photoshop engineers and scientists in the Advanced Technology Labs at Adobe.
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Photoshop is an amazing tool that can take any photo and change it into anything you can imagine. While it can take years of practice to alter reality like a pro, there are a few simple tricks you can employ to reshape the world captured in your photos. Here are five of our favorite techniques and how to use them effectively. Note: While this guide centers around Adobe Photoshop (CS5, specifically), many of these tricks are possible in other image editors. Even if you don't have Photoshop you're not necessarily left out of the party.
Scene opens to solar winds gently blowing intergalactic tumbleweeds past the open porch door. An eerie quiet blankets the solar system. We don’t know about you, but ever since those astronomers kicked Pluto out of the party , we’ve been feeling mighty lonely over here on planet Earth. But wait!