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Making Selections With The Pen Tool In Photoshop - Page 3

Making Selections With The Pen Tool In Photoshop - Page 3
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. 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 That's an excellent question, and there just happens to be an equally excellent answer to go with it, which we'll get to in a moment. Why Is It Called The "Pen" Tool? Pierre Bezier What Is A Path? Let's add another point. Easy! Related:  Photoshop

Photoshop Tutorials RoundUp #1 by iapdesign Here are the latest list of photoshop tutorials that i collected around the internet. I hope it may help you guys to improve your skills using photoshop and me as well.(hehe!) See below my Photoshop Tutorials RoundUp #1 by iapdesign Deserted Photoshop Tutorials RoundUp #1 by iapdesign Dynamic Liquid Splash Making a Color Wizard in Photoshop Paint a Surreal Scene Photoshop Tutorial Army Squirrel Photo Manipulation Photoshop Tutorial Create a Flash Game Mockup Photoshop Tutorial How to Render a Professional Audi R8 Photoshop Tutorial How to create a Modern Heart Concept in Photoshop Create a Flowery Natural Peace and Harmony Composition How to create a Magnificent Rose Concept Design in Photoshop Advanced tutorial – Making of Hydra

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. 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: Selecting the Rectangular Marquee Tool from Photoshop’s Tools palette. I could also press M on my keyboard to quickly access it. Yep, it’s gone.

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500+ Exceptionally Beautiful Photoshop Patterns For Classy Designs This time I am proposing 500+ patterns for Photoshop, (PAT) or separate image for your designs funds or CSS, is wood, designs crazy handrawing, skulls, points, slashes and much more are looking for designers, including floral and metal. Files. PAT can be loaded within Photoshop using the Load command when you are in something that requires adding a pattern as in the properties of a layer (blending options), I have also included for GIMP. Patterns are images or vectors symmetrically repeated horizontally or vertically, or combined to give a sense of continuity, we see clearly in carpets, in honeycomb cells and mutual funds website inclined lines in Photoshop can be used to recreate an image from small to be repeated several times, CSS is applied using the function repeat-x, repeat-y or repeat-x to avoid creating something big. Whatever you need you can create the same but today I come to present a collection of 500+ amazing patterns formats. Stripes grunge effect Black & White Patterns

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. 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. Use the selection tool of your choice (Lasso Tool, Pen Tool, etc.) to draw a selection around your main subject. Step 2: Copy The Selected Area To A New Layer Step 6: Merge The Layers

Music for Your Design Inspiration Music is without a doubt one of the most appreciated inspiration resources by designers and artists of any discipline. Surely, you've been curious about the musical preferences of the creatives whose work you most admire. Today, we bring you an interesting selection of Spotify lists, over 20 hours of music selected by some of the most recognized agencies in the world and who are also part of our Jury. Some of the Awwward winners have also shared some of their favorite musical sources of inspiration. So just kick back, relax and enjoy! Playlists selected Tobias Van Schneider Freelance art director & visual designer.

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Free music samples: download loops, hits and multis | 293 free trance samples Continuing our run through of some of today's most popular genres, here we're stepping into the euphoric world of trance. Born in the 1990s, this anthemic form of dance music has been a fixture in clubs ever since. Its signature synth sounds are currently being used in hip-hop, too, while Calvin Harris's number 1 hit I'm Not Alone also features a classic trance riff. What you need to know The samples are split intro instrumental categories: Basslines, Drums, Explosions, Leads, Pads and Trance Piano. All the samples are supplied as 24-bit WAV files so can be imported directly into your DAW of choice. The trance samples are supplied in a zip file, so you'll need to extract them before you can see them. Example loops Bassline Explosion Drum loop Pad Lead Piano Trance samples: click to download Trance samples (510MB) These samples originally appeared on Computer Music magazine's cover DVD. Trance tutorials 26 trance tips How to make a massive lead synth sound

Extended Definition Processing Tutorial for Photoshop CS5 Extended Definition Processing Tutorial Intro Image Introduction Extended Definition Processing is a relatively new post processing technique created by Scott Kelby of Photoshopuser.com. Tips for Shooting for EDP Choose a subject with reflective surfaces to start.Lighting should be diffused and not heavily contrasted.If shooting outdoors, include clouds if possible as it gives the image an amazing looking background.Be careful about you or your lighting being seen in the reflections as it would be very visible in the final product.Shoot for just slightly under-exposed. A Warning Keep in mind that this technique, like all post processing effects, can be overused and overdone. Step 1 – Open the File in Camera Raw File Opened in Camera Raw Open the supplied raw file “motorcycle.dng” in Camera Raw. Initial Settings: Recovery: 100Fill Light : 100Contrast: 100Clarity: 100Vibrance:-50 These settings are initial values that you want to start with. Open as Smart Object (using Shift modifier) Blacks: 56

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