Here’s a step-by-step guide through the new Web Gallery function in Photoshop CS3.

This tutorial describes one of my favorite techniques for ‘spicing’ up a photograph. This method is adapted from the color darkroom of old.

In part 2 of this tutorial, we use the power of the Refine Edges command to make better, cleaner selections. It’s also great for modifying your layer masks.

Professional photographer Chris Alvanas explores CS3′s new Quick Selection tool and the Refine Edge command.

If you’ve used Photoshop for more than eight minutes, you know there’s typically more than one way to achieve the same result – in some cases there are many different ways. Throw Illustrator into the mix and now you’ve got a whole bunch of options at your fingertips. Here’s an overview of the various ways [...]

As many of you know, it is difficult to obtain good exposure in both the highlights and shadows of scenes that exhibit a high dynamic range of light.

Using smart filters to soften the skin of your subject gives you the ability to retouch your image while maintaining flexibility.

By experimenting with the Gradient Editor, you can create interesting backgrounds that can be used behind your portraits, in composites, etc.

Using a Vector Smart Object made in Illustrator allows you to keep your type layer fully editable and updating automatically from Photoshop.

In this 2-part tutorial you will learn how to assemble a set of holiday cards, each with a different picture, by creating an action to build them in Photoshop. Part 1 covers recording the action that will create a Polaroid effect.

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