Posts tagged Graphics
Once I found out the news, I downloaded the beta. Downloading 1.7GB gave me a little time to watch a great video by Russell Brown, reviewing his 6 favorite features of Photoshop CS6.
Watch the video:
From Adobe’s press release:
First Major Release since April 2010 Packed with New Features and Huge Performance More >
While Facebook, Flickr, email, and other online sources are great ways to show and share photos, at some point you’ll probably want to make a print of an image. (For one thing, an archival print is still the most durable way to preserve photos.) Whether you print it yourself using More >
by Stelian Subotin
Brushes for Adobe Photoshop are known to be one of the most used add-ons since they don’t just enhance your designs, but also help give your works a new, fresh and stunning look. Those of you who have a love for brushes may probably know a number of them More >
When Halloween approaches, most of us feel like creating horrific and terrifying designs to make the season even more spookier. We tend to look for ways to increase our sense of fright and to truly experience fear. Designing such artwork is easy if you have the acquired skills and tools More >
Whether you want a glow effect on the bride’s face in her wedding photographs, or want to make an ordinary face more attractive by removing her blemishes or wrinkles, Photoshop is a widely used tool for photo retouching. Photoshop is known as best remedy for giving a fresh look to More >
Today, we will demonstrate how to create a cute Twitter bird icon in Photoshop. Let’s get started!Step 1
In a new PSD file of 800×600 pixels, 72 dpi, RGB color and white background, we will draw a circular shape layer, color More >
Often times we find ourselves working in other applications that have certain features that other apps don’t necessarily have, or maybe they do but just not nearly as good. For instance, in Illustrator there is a remarkable collection of preset shapes that are part of the Symbols library. A lot More >
Lightroom is a pretty diverse program, which is simple to start learning, but contain hidden depths. Here’s some shortcut tricks that use modifier keys to access hidden features.
1. Straighten your Photo: Press ‘R’ to go to the crop mode in Develop. Press the Control key on PC, Command key on More >
Flawless skin can be key to successful portraits of ladies. Make their skin creamy soft by tapping the K key in Adobe Camera Raw 5 to call up the Adjustment Brush. Set the Clarity slider to ~40 for starters. Brush over the skin you want to smooth. Want it More >