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Enhancing Images Using The Layers Palette In Photoshop
Photoshop's Layer modes can be very useful for photographers looking to enhance their images. Here's a breakdown of some of the best tools to use on your photos.
Jul. 9, 2017
Experimental Color Toning in Photoshop CS6
Not all photos need look realistic. Often your aim may be to create an interpretative style. Dan Mougamian shows how Photoshop CS6's Curves, Adjustment layer and Blend mode can be your used.
Mar. 4, 2013
Creating a Flying Mountain Landscape in Photoshop
So, you can climb a mountain... but can you make it fly above the ground? No? Nor can we. But, Martin Perhiniak shows how to bring fantasy to life using Photoshop CS6 - with reality defying results.
Dec. 28, 2012
Creating a Frozen Movie Poster in Photoshop
Go for the icy look by creating this eye-catching movie poster, with a distinctly wintery feel, in Photoshop. Martin Perhiniak shows you how to create something so stunning it'll freeze your screen.
Dec. 12, 2012
Importing Vector Masks From Illustrator Into Photoshop
So you've created excellent, pixel-perfect vectors in Illustrator. What next? Import them into Photoshop with ease. In this tip (with project files included) learn how to use Vector Masks in PS CS5.
Jul. 14, 2011
Create a Quick and Easy Wood Texture in Photoshop
Wood textures! You can never have enough of them! Well in this tutorial I’ll show you how I go about making quick and easy wood grain in Photoshop. The process is highly customizable and can be kept a
Jun. 2, 2011
Creating Layered Images in Photoshop
Layers in Adobe Photoshop are a powerful, fundamental feature for creating complex images. In this tutorial, I'm going to introduce you to some techniques for creating and working with layers. You can
Mar. 10, 2011
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