Want to spruce up a photo by adding a touch of brightness or a simple, but decorative, border? Experiment a little with fill and adjustment layers.
Looking for a way to combine layers in Photoshop? Depending on your motivation for doing so, you may want to merge or group them. Let’s take a look at some of your options.
When it comes to creating and editing images in Photoshop CS6, you want to keep your options as flexible as possible. That’s where layers come in.
Need to add a drop shadow, bevel, or some other effect to an image layer in Photoshop? You can do these things and more with layer styles.
Have you been avoiding blend modes in Photoshop, because you’re not quite sure what they do or what use you would have for them? Now’s the time to start experimenting!
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!
Mt. Rushmore is one of the most iconic landmarks in America–and thanks to technology, you, too, can become iconic with the help of Mt. Rushmore and Photoshop.
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.