Feb 15, 2017
Step One: Create a new document in Photoshop. If your document is going to be used on the web, I recommend setting the resolution to “72 pixels/centimeter”. [...]
Jan 25, 2017
In today's blog, I'll be teaching you how to make a custom photo layout in Photoshop. We will go though how to make a grid with four square images, but you [...]
Dec 14, 2016
What are layers and why should we use them in Photoshop?
You will have more control.
They do not destroy your original photo.
You are working on top of or on [...]
Sep 29, 2016
Want to put your Photoshop knowledge into practice but don't know where to start? We've got the solution for you!
We've found some creative tutorials [...]
Sep 27, 2016
You may have heard a lot of discussion around working with raw images in either Lightroom or in Photoshop with the Camera Raw plugin.
In today’s post, we will explore [...]
Aug 23, 2016
Masking is one of the most important and powerful tools a user can learn to implement in Adobe Photoshop. It is also a process that can be tricky to learn.
Why is [...]
Jun 15, 2015
Adobe can apply Photoshop actions across multiple files within Adobe Photoshop or via Adobe Bridge. In order to batch process a Photoshop action in Bridge, the action [...]
May 14, 2015
How do you modify an Action in Photoshop after you record it?
In my previous post I explored how to create actions in Photoshop, this post will explore modifying [...]
Apr 14, 2015
Did you know you can have Photoshop record the steps you take to modify a file and then replay these same steps on another file or even a batch of files? It’s very easy [...]
Jul 18, 2014
Keyboard shortcuts greatly enhance your speed and productivity in any application. They are especially beneficial in Photoshop. Here are just a few that will make your [...]
May 02, 2014
With all the filters included in Adobe Photoshop, some pretty wild things can be done to text. To expand text options even further, you can play around with both layer [...]
Apr 02, 2014
Layers in Photoshop are an important feature in all Photoshop designs as they enable the user to work on a particular element of the design without disrupting the other [...]
Feb 27, 2014
In my last post, What Lies Beneath - Part 1, I explained the function of layer masks in Photoshop and how to create them. In today's post, I'll explain a few [...]
Jan 31, 2014
The Histogram is one of the most useful tools available in Photoshop for viewing and editing the exposure of images. A histogram is a graph which shows the ‘tonal [...]
Jan 24, 2014
While line art works best in the stained glass technique, don't let a good design slip by because it doesn't have an adequate outline. If you have a design with a lot of [...]
Jan 08, 2014
Have you ever noticed a coloured tint across your image and wish you could get rid of it? It might seem like the image is washed out and cause it to look dull. This is [...]
Nov 14, 2013
Typically, an airbrush is a tube connected by a hose to a source of compressed air. Located either on the bottom or top of the tube is a small attachment [...]
Nov 08, 2013
To create a smooth selection in Photoshop* with one of the many selection tools, such as the Magic Wand tool, you must first select the 'anti-aliased' check box [...]
Oct 28, 2013
Panels have their purpose, but they can also obstruct the view of your Photoshop canvas. Oftentimes, though, you don't actually need to show a panel in order to use it. [...]
Oct 24, 2013
When making changes to text in Photoshop, you first highlight the text. This is problematic because you can't see the colour of your text while it's highlighted. Rather [...]
Sep 24, 2013
There must be umpteenth ways to produce an image that features both grayscale and colour pixels. We've shown you several in the past and we're going to show you [...]