Creative Suite Advantages in Photoshop CS5

Needless to say, Photoshop is an extremely powerful tool. Add in the other Creative Suite programs and there’s even more amazing possibilities. Here we’ll look at how to combine Photoshop, Bridge, and InDesign to create easily updated contact sheets, and then show you six ways to use Photoshop and Illustrator together.

More Fun with Photoshop 3D Tools

Continue exploring the possibilities with Photoshop’s new 3D tools.

Shapes and Styles

Here is a cool way to utilize vector shapes and layer styles in Photoshop to create simple design element that is all contained in a single shape layer and can be modified at any time.

Spot-Color Separations in Photoshop CS5

You’ve made a great design for a client and now they need it printed on T-shirts—and they have asked you for separations. Although talking to a T-shirt screen-printing company for advice is always a good idea, here are the basics of making spot-color separations.

Ask Dave Podcast: Create a Movable Filter

In this video, Dave goes over how to create a moveable filter in Photoshop.

HDR Pro in Photoshop CS5

The new HDR Pro features in CS5 have greatly expanded the HDR capabilities in Photoshop. In addition to basic exposure blending, you can now apply tone mapping effects similar to those found in stand-alone HDR software. In this tutorial, we’ll use a landscape image to take a closer look at HDR Pro as well as applying HDR Toning to a single image.

Ask Dave Podcast: Quick, Cool Backgrounds

In this video, Dave goes over how to quickly make a cool background.

Modern Warfare Design in Photoshop

This tutorial was inspired by the blockbuster video game.

Rain Drop Design in Photoshop

In this tutorial, Corey not only creates the raindrops, but also the splashes that are formed with the raindrops hit the hands.

3D Constraints in Photoshop CS5 Extended

Photoshop CS5 Extended’s new 3D Repousse feature has some limitations when it comes to extruding selections within selections. Corey shows an example of this issue and then shares a workaround for solving the problem.

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