The Field Blur filter is a simple but powerful tool. Take an image that looks flat and add depth of field to it using the field blur filter.
AJ Wood demonstrates the new non-destructive blur and liquify filters enabled in the Creative Cloud update from December 2012.
In this video, AJ Wood walks through some of the changes made to the Crop Tool in Photoshop CS6.
Tom Green shows you how Photoshop CS6′s new blur smart filter can be applied to video.
Learn to create your own custom RGB pattern and reusable Smart Object template to simulate a computer screen effect in Adobe Photoshop.
Stephen Burns shows you how to add 3D texture to your CG objects by applying normal maps made in Photoshop.
Create this planetary scene using Photoshop gradient tool, polar distortion filter and finally, 3D tools.
Create a puzzle piece outline for your images using the shape builder tool in Illustrator. Then bring the puzzle pieces path from Illustrator and lay it over an image in Photoshop, add some layer styles, and watch this effect come to life.
Use Photoshop CS6 Extended 3D tools to create a spherical object and then edit the depth map information to create contours on the object using different gray scale values.
In Photoshop CS6 apply simple Smart Filter stacking to create a detailed ‘bump’ texture to simulate the same texture found on a golf ball.
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