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A Something-or-Other Episode Corey shows off a Hollywood text effect inspired by the new GIJoe movie. RC has a Lightroom tip on toggling through crop overlay patterns. Scott shows off some post-processing techniques using the adjustment brush in Camera Raw. Episode 292 | Photoshop User TV Episode 292 | Photoshop User TV

Adobe Photoshop Tutorials from Beginner to Advanced

Adobe Photoshop Tutorials from Beginner to Advanced One of the biggest advantages of the Adobe Creative Cloud is the speed at which new features can ... One of the biggest advantages of the Adobe Creative Cloud is the speed at which new features can be deployed. When the Adobe Creative Cloud was first announced, Adobe promised that their software would be updated much more frequently than in the past. Recently, Adobe made good on that promise and announced some new updates to Photoshop, as well as some of their other applications. In this article, we will explain everything you need to know about Photoshop's new features including Perspective Warp, Linked Smart Objects, 3D Printing Support, as well as all the other minor improvements.

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::Tutoriais Photoshop::: Efeito Blueprint. Descrição: Como recriar o efeito Blueprint que é muito utilizado por arquitetos. 01. Pressione Ctrl+O e abra a foto para ser trabalhada, neste tutorial iremos utilizar a imagema abaixo. 02. Pressione Ctrl+J para duplicar a layer, sua paleta de layers deverá ficar como a da foto abaixo. 03. ::Tutoriais Photoshop::: Efeito Blueprint.
Create an Amazing HDR Photo Effect
Step 1 Open up your image and check Image » Mode to see that RGB is selected in the menu. Step 2 Now, go to QuickMask Mode by pressing Q—Make sure that “QuickMask Options” (see button on main toolbar) are set to Selected Areas. Use the Paintbrush to fill in the the first area you wish to colorize (should appear in red)… e.g. paint in the face, neck, arms, hands, etc. in preparation for coloring it with a flesh tone (see below example). Coloring Photos | Photoshop Tutorials Coloring Photos | Photoshop Tutorials