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Leadership tycoon Warren Bennis once said, “We seem to collect information because we have the ability to do so, but we are so busy collecting it that we haven’t devised a means of using it. The true measure of any society is not what it knows but what it does with what it knows.”
Want to learn how everything works in Photoshop? We'll help you make your photos better, draw vector graphics, and design a web site. Learn the Basics of Photoshop in Under 25 Minutes - To get started with Photoshop, you need to know what everything does. Here's a look at practically every tool in Photoshop in less than 25 minutes. Basics of Photoshop: Color Correction, Touch Ups, and Enhancements - Now that you know the tools Photoshop has to offer, we can take a look at using them to correct and alter color, retouch blemishes and other unwanted parts of your photos, and enhance portraits to make the subject look especially good.
It seems that text effects have become extremely popular over the last years. Thanks to the new advanced tools and commands Adobe is adding to Photoshop in each new release, users can create more complex typography artworks instead of the dull and boring headlines of the past. Just take a look at these 25 incredible text effects and you will see what I mean.
Inkscape is a free vector graphic design alternative software similar to Adobe Illustrator and CorelDraw, only it doesn’t cost you a penny. It is maybe not as powerful as its higher priced rivals, but certainly powerful enough to design high quality vector graphics. If you are looking to venture into vector design, I recommend using Inkscape first, learn as much as you can and then if you need something with more kick splash out on Illustrator.
Published in Design , Photoshop Tutorials Photoshop allows designers with unlimited possibilities when it comes to creative effects, including lighting effects. There are plenty of different ways to create lighting effects in Photoshop, and there are equally as many different possible uses for them.
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