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Over the past weeks, we've been exploring Photoshop Styles. Today let's take a quick look at Outer Glow, its options, and a few fun ways to use this Effect.
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This month we are exploring Photoshop Layer Styles. (Photoshop Styles 101: The Stroke; How to Load Layer Styles; Photoshop Styles 101: Color Overlay). For this tutorial I am using Photoshop CC2015.5.
Think of a Layer Group as a "folder" within your Layers Panel. Once you create a Group, you will see a Folder Icon in your Layers Panel. Within that folder will be the images that you included when you created it.
A Layer Mask allows you to control the level of transparency on a layer. It differs from controlling the level of a layer's transparency by using the Opacity Slider, in that the Opacity Slider will raise or lower the opacity of the entire layer; while you may control the opacity of selected areas on a layer with the use of a Layer Mask
Changing colors of semi-transparent objects can be tricky. When recoloring these types of objects, they can go from vibrant to flat easily.
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Over the past weeks, we've been exploring Photoshop Styles. Today let's [...]
This month we are exploring Photoshop Layer Styles. (Photoshop Styles [...]
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The Healing Tools in Photoshop can do amazing things! Over the next few weeks, let's take a look at them. Today we will start with the Spot Healing Brush. For this tutorial, I am using CC2015; however, the Spot Healing Brush is available in both Photoshop and Photoshop Elements.
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