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Over 35,000,000 unique Visitors! This is our 14th year running the PhotoshopCAFE Design Challenge. This time around the challenge is "Photoshop; The Event" of course there is a twist; all entries have to be black and white. As always, it is free to enter and lucky winners will get some awesome prizes from Adobe, Wacom, PhotoshopCAFE and more.
Adobe Photoshop tutorials by Julieanne Kost Hidden Gems in Photoshop CC Julieanne takes a close look at several feature enhancements and refinements made to scripted patterns including placing patterns along a path, rendering unique trees for concept, architectural and fine art images and scripted border designs. Learn how to unlock the background into a layer with a single click, choose recent colors from the swatches panel and add and change color readouts for multiple color samplers at once. Linked Smart Objects in Photoshop CC Julieanne demonstrates Linked Smart Objects in Photoshop CC.
Our free Adobe Photoshop Tutorials and videos have been separated into 6 collections: Photoshop Tutorials for CS6, CS5, CS4, CS3, CS2, and CS1. If you own an earlier version of Photoshop, the tutorials for later versions will include features you might not have. To upgrade visit the Adobe Store. You can also download a free trial. 10 Things Beginners Want to Know How To Do In Photoshop CC In this episode of Adobe Creative Cloud TV, Terry White shows you how to get started with Adobe Photoshop CC and covers the 10 things that beginners want to know how to do. If you're new to Photoshop, this is the video you've been looking for!
Here’s how you can manipulate a real portrait photo into an anime-inspired painting with brushes and masks in Photoshop Here’s a new feature in Photoshop CC for adding dashed lines to a design Continued.. Learn how to create amazing patchwork animals by blending stock photos and textures in Photoshop Learn how to create amazing patchwork animals by blending stock photos and textures in Photoshop Help choose the theme of Adobe’s New Creative Meet Up, which takes place in London on 27 March
Learning about Typography part 4 Typography is such a big part of design, and yet it can be daunting and scary and passed over by us as designers because we just are not really aware of the rules and what to do. Cameron Chapman has done a series of wonderful articles that I came across that I wanted to share the links with you so that you and I can become better type practitioners. So make sure you go over to Noupe.com and check out this final article in the series and then maybe follow some of the links that Cameron has provided to learn even more. http://www.noupe.com/design/a-crash-course-in-typography-pulling-it-all-together.html
August 3rd, 2011 The art of creating beautiful text effects is very old and we can trace it from the early ages of the typography development. Of course nowadays we shall talk about a digital typography. Here are great Photoshop typography tutorials and we are sure you’ll love all of these. It is needless to say how important eye-catching and creative typography in web design is, and these informative tutorials will help you enhance your skills in this sphere of web design. We believe that no matter how cool you are as the Photoshop master it is always useful to learn new and these Photoshop typography tutorials are giving you a chance to do it.
The Info Palette Even though we try to remember everything when we're editing our raw files, we all slip up occasionally, at least. I'm as guilty as anyone. Many times I've been happily editing a photo in Photoshop, then zoomed in and said "D'oh!!" when I saw the noise, and realised that I'd forgotten to do my noise reduction in raw. The noise reduction feature inside Photoshop is a poor substitute, so it's always preferable to go back to the raw file and do it there.