Photoshop is one powerful tool, and with so many tricks up its sleeve it can be hard to know where to start — the sheer range of capabilities is great but also overwhelming to begin with. This guide contains everything you need to know from getting started, applying effects and completing projects.
When printing images from Photoshop you may notice cut-off around the edges of your images because of the way your margins are set up. In this article we go over what they are for and how you can change margins in Photoshop to suit your needs.
Adding a burst of light, such as sun rays or spotlights to your photographs and artwork are a fantastic way to add focus, increase visual interest, and just change the mood of your picture over-all. Not to mention, this effect is extremely easy to create with these fantastic free brushes!
They say that diamonds are a girl’s best friend, but really, who doesn’t love a little bling from time to time? If you’re looking for a fun new project to take on in Photoshop, this is for you. Here you’ll learn how to make a shiny cut diamond (or other gem) in a few simple steps.
Whether you’re an artist, architect or just the weekend Photoshop hobbyist, there are tons reasons why you might want to try out hatch or crosshatch patterns. Here we’ll teach you two fantastic methods to quickly add hatch patterns to your project, and point you in the direction of free patterns.
If you’re one of the millions of authors out there looking to get their eBook noticed, one of the simplest solutions is to make your book more visually appealing. Even though your eBook will likely never see print, you can still learn how to design an attractive cover for it with Photoshop.
You’ve just installed Photoshop, and you’re sitting there slack-jawed and wide-eyed. Don’t worry, that’s the exact same reaction that everyone has when they use Photoshop for the first time. I’m here to help take away a bit of the fear for you Photoshop first-timers with these helpful tips.
Traditional artists know the pain related to drawing a sphere by hand. Fortunately for all of you digital artists and budding graphic designers, you’ll be glad to know that recreating this technique in Photoshop is a simple and fun process that you’ll be able to master the first time you try.
If you’ve ever wanted to create the illusion of text floating above water, this is the tutorial for you! Here you’ll learn how to utilize the often neglected displacement map feature, as well as explore other Photoshop fundamentals to create a great project with a lot of visual interest!
So you want to design something like a penny or a quarter, but you’re still fairly new to Photoshop? Don’t worry! As long as you have a basic understanding of Photoshop, we can show you how to create a nice, realistic looking metal coin using simple techniques you may already know.
If you’re an artist, an online merchant, or someone who wants to share images with the world on their blog or Flickr, you’ve probably thought about watermarking your images. This article teaches you how to create small watermarks that won’t detract from your image but still credit you as the owner.
Looking to learn Photoshop by practicing some fun and quick projects? Why not try out a few Photoshop textures and backgrounds tutorials mentioned here? These are incredibly easy tutorials that will help you learn Photoshop as well as give you tricks you can use in almost any project.
If you want a cool, easy and fun way to add some style to your images for any graphic design projects, such as logos or card design, why not check out this article? Here you’ll learn how to create a very cool screen tone effect for images, reminiscent of old comic books and pop art.
Interested in helpful tips for creating designs for screen printing with Photoshop? You’ve come to the right place! This guide teaches you how you can create fantastic stencil templates for screen printing by taking the time to design layer by layer to save time later on.