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56 Absolutely Brilliant and Intriguing Photoshop Video Tutorials

56 Absolutely Brilliant and Intriguing Photoshop Video Tutorials
We see a lot of Photoshop tutorials on the net, but most of what we come across are tutorials written in a step-by-step manner. In most cases, the instructions are clear-cut and easy to follow, but few would argue against an even more effective kind of tutorial: Video tutorials. With the emergence of video sharing websites such as Youtube and Metacafe over the recent years, we see an ever-increasing number of user-generated videos from all over the net. Some of these videos came from avid Photoshop fans sharing their tips, while others originates from websites dedicated to Photoshop techniques sharing their video tutorials on a regular basis. More: Check out our collection of more Photoshop Tutorials. 1. How to Digitally Illustrate a Camera with Light Streaks Create a digital illustration of a digital camera using light streaks. High Flying Snowboard IllustrationUsing wavy lines that suggest motion and paint splatters for snow to illustrate high flying snowboard. 2. Got a Light? 3. 4. Related:  PhotoshopPhotoshop Tools & Training

9 Great blogs that regularly publish Photoshop tutorials | Free Design Resources By Jobey Buya - Thursday, June 19, 2014 - No Comments Its always great to see incredible Photoshop tutorials and learn something new everytime while following one, Here's 9 great Blogs that makes regularly cool tutorials with valuable Photoshop tips . Share This: Like1Tweet0+2Pin it0 I'm Jobey. an alien who decided to go as a human in EARTH. Making Selections With The Pen Tool In Photoshop Written by Steve Patterson. When it comes to making selections in Photoshop, there's really two types of people - those who know how to use the Pen Tool, and those who struggle. Most people put off learning how to use the Pen Tool for as long as possible, while others never get around to learning it, believing it's just too confusing, too complicated, and just plain unnatural. Ultimately, their work in Photoshop suffers for it, since they're stuck relying on the Lasso Tool for just about everything they can't select with the Rectangular or Elliptical Marquee Tools. Now, when I say "easy", I don't mean you're going to read this tutorial and be instantly transformed into a Pen Master. One of the great things about the Pen Tool is that it's not something that's exclusive to Photoshop. Where Do I Find The Pen Tool? Before we start talking about what the Pen Tool is or how to use it, we should look at where to find it in Photoshop first. Photoshop's Pen Tool Why Is It Called The "Pen" Tool?

High Speed Motion Trail Effect Written by Steve Patterson. In this Photo Effects tutorial, we’ll learn how to add a sense of speed to an object using an easy to create motion blur effect! This "speed trail" effect is very popular in sports photography since it’s a great way to add motion, direction and excitement to an image, creating the illusion that an athlete, for example, is blazing past the competition at super human speed. Of course, this effect works just as well with a photo of your kids running in the backyard, or people dancing at a party, or any image where the subject should appear to be moving. Here’s the image I’ll be using: The original image. Here’s how the image will look after giving the racecar a high speed motion trail: The final “motion trail” effect. Let’s get started! Step 1: Select The Object You Want To Apply The Motion Blur To In many of our photo effects tutorials, the first step is to protect our original image from harm by creating and then working on a duplicate of the Background layer.

Some Really Useful Resources for Making You a Master at the Art of Split Tone Photography The following two tabs change content below. I'm Rob, the editor of Light Stalking. I try to keep this ship on course. Split tone photography is a technique that has allowed photographers to produce some of the most amazing shots you will ever see. What is Split Tone Photography? Split toning uses more than one colour to tone an image. Backgrounder: In traditional print photography, toning was a way to change the basic colour of black and white photographs (traditional toning still creates a monochromatic image). Experimentation with traditional forms of toning such as sepia eventually lead to several ways to “split tone” a photograph. When is It Best to Use Split Toning? In the early days, split toning simply afforded photographers an extra avenue to pursue in their art form. Today many photographers still enjoy the images that can be produced by emulating split toning in post-production software such as Photoshop and Lightroom. How Do I Make Split Tone Photographs?

Unlock The Full Power Of Basic Selections In Photoshop Written by Steve Patterson. In this Photoshop tutorial, we’re going to look at how to get the most out of Photoshop’s basic selection tools, such as the Marquee tools or the Lasso tool. If all you’ve been using them for is to make a new selection every time, you’ve been missing out on their full potential. We’re going to see how you can add to an existing selection, how to subtract an area from an existing selection, and even how to intersect two selections and grab the area that overlaps. Once you become familiar with the full power of basic selections, they’ll seem a whole lot more useful to you. Let’s start by taking a look at how to add to an existing selection. Adding To A Selection To keep things simple, I have a fairly basic shape open in my Document Window: A basic shape in Photoshop. I want to select this shape using the most common selection tool in all of Photoshop, the Rectangular Marquee Tool, so I’m going to grab it from my Tools palette: There we go, looks good.

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Best Design Options for Designers How to Use Channel Mixer in Photoshop to Create Amazing Black and White Images The following two tabs change content below. Jason Row is a British born travel photographer now living in Ukraine. His images have been licensed to companies such as Cunard, Ethiad and Virgin Atlantic as well as multiple newspapers and magazines. He is also the founder of Learn Photography Direct, the new, unique, one to one photographic tutoring service. He maintains a travel stock photography site at Jason Row Photography You can also catch up with him on Facebook at Facebook/TheOdessaFiles In the early days of digital, one of the biggest criticisms was that black and white images were nowhere near as good as their film based alternatives. The great black and white film photographers would often use color filters to punch out various elements of their shots, darken the skies or lighten the foliage for example. Choosing the Right Image One of the secrets to success in converting an image to black and white is choosing the right image in the first place. Give your layer a suitable name

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