Smooth Skins 2

Improving upon an already outstanding set of Photoshop actions is a task that requires developers to somehow outdo themselves for their customers; however, when they respond to their end users, the results lead them to smooth sailing in the often rough seas of the creative professional products.

After Effects: Shatter Effect

In this tutorial, Daniel Bryant creates a 3D title effect using After Effects. He creates his title, then applies the shatter preset effect and tweaks the settings – calling a custom pattern to create 3D text. With the addition of a sky and cloud background, lens flare, and 3D camera, the animation becomes truly polished and professional.

Photogenic ION

Battery power for on-location shooting just got a whole lot lighter and less expensive with the recent introduction of the Photogenic ION battery.

Path Segment Reshape in Illustrator CC

The Convert Anchor Point tool in Adobe Illustrator now works to reshape path segments as well as anchor points. This makes it easier than ever to alter the shape of a selected object in ways that were never before possible.

Florabella Collection

When it comes to investing in Photoshop actions, I have three criteria: First, they have to do something substantially different than actions I already use; second, they need to allow me to customize their looks; and third, the actions should work synergistically, building on one another as part of a complete workflow solution.

Color Swap in Photoshop CC

Learn how to change the colors in your images using Photoshop CC’s color replacement tool, magic wand tool, and refine edge window.

Perfect Photo Suite 8 Premium Edition

Perfect Photo Suite 8 runs well in your favorite Adobe applications for editing, but the stand-alone version also continues to be a great way to run the software.

Adobe Lightroom Mobile is Now Here!

With Adobe Lightroom Mobile, your photography is going places. Now you can finally free yourself from the desktop with on-the-go, pro-grade photo editing.

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