Among these are new image rendering (the process version), noise reduction and sharpening, lens corrections, and the ability to add grain.
Use Illustrator to define a graphic as a symbol and then create a design using the symbol as a brush. Then take the design back into Photoshop.
In the second part of this two-part tutorial, continue using Photoshop to create a multi-layered design including multiple pictures, fonts and layer styles.
In this two-part tutorial, use Photoshop to create a multi-layered design including multiple pictures, fonts and layer styles.
Learn to use the Blend If sliders in the layer options and avoid having to create complex selections or masks.
Dave Cross reminds Photoshop Extended users that they can still use some of the basic layer functions to make adjustments to their video projects.
Design a price tag that can be used in print and web advertisements.
Illustrator is a terrific resource for creating symbols. Corey takes those symbols into Photoshop and uses the new 3D tools to get creative.
In this two-part tutorial, viewers will learn how to use a stock image of a paper texture to design an envelope, a stamp, and a cancellation, all within Photoshop.
Blending a texture layer into your photograph is a great way to make your images more creative. Matt demonstrates how to do this in Photoshop.
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