It's that time of year... Graduation, which made"I'm Done" the perfect theme for our newest Mega Collection here at theStudio! Gray is a neutral color, which is perfect in this collection; but most graduation gowns match the colors of a school, right? So today, let's take a look at how to quickly change the color of this graduate's gown so it can match your graduate's school colors
So now that you've installed your brushes and experimented with customizing them, what's next? Once you place your brush on your document, you have created a "digital stamp."
This is the 3rd tutorial in our Photoshop Brush series. Today let's take a look at how to customize Photoshop brushes.
This is a beginner's tutorial on how to load Photoshop brushes.
The Clone Tool has a well-kept secret; it can be rotated. This is great when you need to clone a curve.
The Clone Stamp Tool is one of my favorite Photoshop tools. It is used to remove distracting elements from an image; and, to me, it just seems like magic!
Another way to sharpen images is by using the High Pass Filter. The High Pass Filter detects edges, without affecting the rest of the image.
Let's look at how to blur parts of an image using the Field Blur Filter. This filter is a great tool to use when you would like to direct the viewers focus to one specific area of an image.
Available in both Photoshop and Photoshop Elements, the Sharpen Tool can be quite useful at times, enhancing details and sharpening areas selectively without having to use a mask.
"If you have just one object on your canvas in Photoshop, how do you center it? Please don't tell me you have to use Grids, Guides, or Rulers!"
Two weeks ago, we looked at how to create Text on a Path , around a shape. Today, let’s take a look at how to create our own path, and add text to that.
We’ve had several requests to review how to type text around a shape, so let’s look at that fun technique today!
Simple tutorial demonstrating how Smart Objects can save time in Scrapbooking.
Creating a rain or snow effect can be as simple as adding an overlay and changing its blend mode.
There are several ways to revert to the state of the image we liked: undo, redo or history state. Learn more!
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