There several ways of drawing dashed lines in Photoshop and in this tutorial I will explain my two favorite techniques.
In this tutorial, I will show you how to use the Pen Tool and Vector Masks in Photoshop to create a cool collage style selection of a model.
There are several terms used in print design and one of the most commonly used one is bleed. But what is bleed exactly and how to use it in your Photoshop projects?
My new online course is finally here! As a respond to popular demand this course is the ultimate guide for making selections of people in Photoshop.
The effect of images trying to break out of their planes is cool and it became known as the out of bound effect. Unfortunately, it is not too difficult to recreate it in Photoshop with almost any type of photo.
There is nothing wrong about using subtle reflections in your designs especially when you have to work with product images.
Have you been looking for a complete guide that can help you to prepare for the Adobe Photoshop ACE exam? I created a collection of useful links of articles, tutorials and quizzes. All you need is time and dedication to become Certified by Adobe and show that you are a professional Photoshop user.
I know how much you guys like to test your knowledge of Photoshop. In this 10-part series I will test your skills with some tough questions that you might find on the Adobe Certification Exam. Please take a moment to complete this 10-part quiz and see if you’ve got what it takes to pass our test! Good luck!
Do you like step-by-step written tutorials? I started to work for MPV Hub and they will publish my tutorials from now on once a month. It is a great website with lots of useful and inspirational tutorials for all kinds of creative areas. Check my first article out, in which we will learn how to achieve a cool movie poster design using mainly Vector Shape and Adjustment Layers. Let’s get started!
Watch this seminar and learn everything you need to know about making selections in Adobe Photoshop CS5. You will learn how to use most of the selection techniques, from the easiest to the most complex ones in less than 2 hours. This a non-edited recording of the seminar.