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Photoshop: Finessing a Mask with Selection Tricks
Masks are wonderful things in Photoshop... but they rarely are perfect straight out of the box. Iain Anderson shows how to improve them with some selection tricks.
Jan. 21, 2013
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
Design a Movie Poster with Vector Shape Layers in Photoshop
Learn how to design a movie poster in the style of the Halle Berry film, Frankie & Alice in Photoshop CS6. Design maestro, Martin Perhiniak, shows how in this awesome step-by-step article.
Aug. 27, 2012
Photoshop CS6: Using the Channel Mixer
There's so much to explore in the Adjustment Layers of Photoshop CS6 and CS5.5. It's easy to miss the Channel Mixer and also understand how to use it effectively. Iain Anderson demonstrates!
May. 8, 2012
Using Content Aware Scale in Photoshop
Modifying a photo from a portrait to landscape while keeping a realistic looking background used to be impossible. Not so with Adobe Photoshop's Content Aware Scale feature. David Smith explores.
Apr. 14, 2012
Simple Mask-Free Color Pass in Photoshop
In Photoshop it is possible to remove all colors except one using masks. David Smith demonstrates an even simpler technique for applying color pass on photos. No messing with masks required!
Mar. 29, 2012
Exploring Brush Options with a Wacom Tablet
Have you been considering using a graphics tablet to help you get the most out of Photoshop? Iain Anderson demonstrates how to control brush options and more with a Wacom Intuos.
Jan. 20, 2012
Generating Speed Using Smart Filters in Photoshop
Giving a sense of movement to a static, still image can be immensely fun and useful in all sorts of ways. David Smith cuts to the chase with this Photoshop CS5 article on creating speed effects.
Dec. 16, 2011
Photoshop Workflow Tips and Shortcuts
Photoshop newbies and experts rejoice! Richard Lainhart shares four of his quick and easy workflow tips to help you fly through your image editing and creation projects.
Nov. 22, 2011
Creating Stylized Custom Shapes In Photoshop
Making stylized line-art or shape-art style images is normally the domain of Illustrator. However, Photoshop can be used to good effect. Toby Pitman outlines this stylized creation process.
Sep. 30, 2011
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
Making A DVD Cover Template in Photoshop
In this Quick Tip, we're going to explore how to create your own custom wrap-around DVD covers in Adobe Photoshop. Let's get started.
May. 19, 2011
Parallax Tutorial: 2D to 3D with Photoshop & After Effects Part 2
In Part 1 of our tutorial, we began the process of turning a static 2D image into a 3D animation by opening the image and isolating each major section of the image onto its own layer in Photoshop. In
Apr. 10, 2011
Getting Started with Color Gradients in Photoshop CS5
Gradients are a great way to create visual interest in your designs. But what the heck is a gradient anyway? The way I've come to describe them is, a transition between two or more colors. In other wo
Feb. 5, 2011
Quick tip: Correcting red eye in Photoshop CS5
This is a call to arms (cameras) for all photographers. It matters not, whether you are an amateur, professional or semi-professional photographer, you all share one thing in common. The Holiday seaso
Dec. 10, 2010
Photoshop Tutorials CS5: Color Correction using the Gradient tool
I love Photoshop. It's one of those rare applications that has captured the hearts and minds of professional designers, photographers and home users the world over. It's effect has been so pervasive
Aug. 24, 2010
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