Exposure 4

Fans of Alien Skin products should be quite happy with this latest iteration of Exposure. Version 4 elevates this already popular plug-in to new heights with an improved user interface, better organization of the filters by type, some great new effects that include light leaks, and more presets.

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CSS Sprite Sheets in Fireworks CS6

Sprite sheets allow designers to combine multiple images in one place and then call different sections of the image to display. By loading an entire sprite sheet into memory, it helps to avoid image swamping that will slow things down. Brand new features in Fireworks CS6 will slice up an image, give each part a name and export the CSS to use with them. Watch this video to find out how.

Designing iOS Tab and Navigation Bars in Photoshop

This article aims to get you up and running with designing a fundamental part of many iOS apps, the tab and navigation bar in Photoshop.

CameraBag 2

CameraBag 2 is standalone application with a collection of filters and effects for editing images. It’s easy to use, comes with a huge collection of presets, and offers total control over adjustments and effects.

Time-Lapse of NBC Olympic Logo Created in Photoshop

I just could not help but wonder if something like that could be achieved solely in Photoshop using 3D. I decided to record the process and post it as a time-lapse so you can see, from the beginning what can be achieved using just Photoshop. Enjoy!

Free Lightroom Presets – Black and White Portraits

Hey everyone, Matt Kloskowski here. I created a set of new free Black and White Lightroom presets over on my blog. The latest ones are black and white presets specifically for portraits. Last week, I released some for landscape and outdoor photos so I figured I’d follow it up with my portrait presets this week.

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Creating Neon Text in Illustrator CS6

Jeff Witchel uses the Gradients on Strokes feature in Illustrator CS6 to design neon text. Follow along and find out how.

Wacom Intuos5

About 10 years ago I borrowed (stole) my sister’s Intuos2 tablet and I’ve rarely used a mouse since. I almost can’t work without my tablets. When I heard that Wacom was coming out with the Intuos5, I couldn’t figure out how they were going to add anything that the Intuos4 didn’t already have since it was so good. Boy, was I naive.

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