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Photoshop Basics Tutorials

Photoshop Basics Tutorials
You Are Here: Home > Basics New to Photoshop? Our exclusive Photoshop Basics tutorials are perfect for beginners and cover everything you need to know to get up and running quickly! Use the links directly below to jump to a popular topic (Layers, Selections, Shapes, Type) or continue scrolling down the page to view our entire collection of Photoshop Basics tutorials. Need printable versions of our tutorials? They're all available for download as convenient print-ready PDFs. How To Draw Vector Shapes In Photoshop CS6 Learn the essentials of creating vector art in Photoshop CS6 with its easy to use shape tools, including the Rectangle, Rounded Rectangle, Ellipse, Polygon, and Line Tools! New Guide Layout In Photoshop CC Tired of dragging guides out from the rulers? The Improved And Enhanced Color Panel – Photoshop CC 2014 Tired of always needing to open the Color Picker to change colors in Photoshop? Focus Area Selections – Photoshop CC 2014 Photoshop Screen Modes And Interface Tricks

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50 Wickedly Fantastic Photoshop CS6 Tutorials Once or twice a week I like to come up with articles that really expose my viewers to the various types of tutorials that they need to get their latest design projects off the ground. In this post, you’ll find everything from Creating an Easy X-Ray Typography in Photoshop to Designing A Casino Website Layout . If you are looking for a great source of inspiration, this compilation of Adobe Photoshop CS6 tutorials is a must see. So what are you waiting for…why not try one out? SHARPENING X-TRANS FILES IN ADOBE LIGHTROOM Sharpening is one of the most taxing aspects of the digital process and consequently many photographers prefer to stick to safe and secure ways, either using presets, plug-ins, exporting to Photoshop or ultimately using JPEGs straight from camera. The X-Trans sensor produces wonderful JPEGs, and all the usual advice about always shooting in Raw doesn’t necessarily hold true anymore. There are now many professional photographers who happily shoot JPEG using X-Series cameras all the time and have no complaints.

30 Truly Amazing and Useful Photoshop Tutorials Home » Tutorials » 30 Truly Amazing and Useful Photoshop Tutorials Designers love all of those photoshop tutorials that can help them to learn more and more everyday and give them direction to design more beautiful and attractive creative works. Photoshop tutorial are arising exponentially, some good and some rather bad, here you will find 20 of the very best out there from unique and very talented designers. I have included links the websites and the tutorial. Today, we are going to list down 30 Truly Amazing and Useful Photoshop Tutorials .We hope you all will like this collection Open Modal with CSS Open Modal with CSS Vadim Kruglow Join CSSDeck and go Ad Free! by Rafael Rodrigues Subscribe to updates

The ultimate guide to image resolution For old hands, image resolution and DPI make perfect intuitive sense, but for folk just starting out – or, with wearying inevitability, for those with whom designers collaborate who aren't themselves design professionals – it can be a hideously baffling mess. Yet when you try to answer the question 'what is DPI?', you end up tying yourself in knots – as I can attest from the writing of the below – and so we're here to help. Creating a Vintage Typography Layout in Adobe Illustrator Vintage style typography is classic and remains popular still today. There’s something about the hand drawn and hand placed feel of these types of layouts that is appealing and draws your eye. Lets take a look at how to create a vintage style type layout in Adobe Illustrator. Here’s a look at what we’ll be creating. Before getting started I found a great inspiration piece to use as reference for the steps will be working through in this tutorial.

English Conversation Learn English Conversation is a free . You will find free English vocabulary Videos, English grammar Videos, English exercises and English lessons. Reader Tutorial: Easy Digital Painting in Photoshop This tutorial will walk you through the simple steps used to turn a regular photograph into an interesting digital painting illustration, using Photoshop's Filter Gallery and the Smudge Tool. Depending on the photograph you choose, it shouldn't take you more than a couple of hours to complete. Before I begin, I must give a huge thanks to @kidhelios / George Auckland (my old boss from the BBC) as the source for this illustration. Preview The first thing to do is to resize the photo to your desired output size. This is important as the Filter Gallery effects are heavily pixel based and if you resize after you've finished your work, it can blend them all back together and lessen the overall effect.

16 Things I Wish I Knew Before I Started My First Blog Are you about to start your first blog? Maybe you’ve just got going, or you’re a few months in. You’re worried that you’ve missed something important – or you feel like you’re not seeing the success you should. How to make a photo look like an oil painting in photoshop Painting in Photoshop, is it possible to get that natural brush work in a flat photo? I was messing with Photoshop yesterday, trying to make a photo look like a Rembrandt painting. A Rembrandt, yeah right, shut the hell up, that is never going to happen. Okay aim lower, how about a hand painted art effect? inspired by the color palette of Rembrandt.

Create a Vintage Polaroid Effect in Photoshop I love anything graphic design that has that vintage grunge kind of look. In this tutorial you’ll see how to create a stunning vintage Polaroid effect in Photoshop. It’s fairly simple to make and can be used in many different types of projects. Calao Orange Label by Ryan Chorbagian I am attempting to recreate this vintage Orange crate label using Illustrator. I have a limited amount of experience with Ai and that experience is almost as vintage as this label. I grew up in Southern California and these old labels bring me back to my childhood. I had absolutely no plan to get sappy in this description but im rolling with it. I also thought about using this other label (pic below) of another orange label but found it to be too pixelated to see any real detail. So heres the first step.