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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.
In "traditional" scrapbooking, we use glue, tape, or various other items to fasten our papers and elements to each other. We typically build our scrapbook page from the bottom up, securing our elements as we go. We can do the same thing in our digital scrapbook pages.
Over the past weeks, we have been exploring different Photoshop Layer Style Effects. (How to Load Layer Styles; Photoshop Styles 101: The Stroke; Photoshop Styles 101: Color Overlay); Photoshop Styles 101: Color Overlay, Part 2)
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.
This month we are exploring Photoshop Layer Styles. (Photoshop Styles 101: The Stroke; How to Load Layer Styles) Today let's look at the Color Overlay effect.
Today let's take a look at how to adjust a Stroke in Photoshop and Photoshop Elements.
In today's tutorial, we will learn how to load Styles. This can be done in several different ways.
I am working in CC2015 today; however, this technique works in Adobe Photoshop Elements also. (Be sure you are working in Expert Mode in PSE). Instruction paths will be provided based upon CC2015 and PSE14.
For this tutorial I am working in CC2015. Photoshop Elements users, you have the option of creating Panoramas also.
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.
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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
Last week we learned about the Spot Healing Brush. (Using the Spot Healing Brush). Today let's look at the Healing Brush Tool. With the Spot Healing Brush, you do not need to select a sampled area before using the brush. You just stamp down on the area you would like to repair. With the Healing Brush, a sampled area is required.
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The use of Brushes can add so much interest to our digital scrapbooking pages. Just take a look at our gallery and you will see so many beautiful pages incorporating this technique. Here's a quick and easy way to create PNGS from ABR files!
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Here at theStudio, we love to share tips, tricks, and tools to help you in your scrapbooking projects. Today I want to share an amazing little application that I believe will save you loads of time and frustration. It is a preset viewer named "Argus" by Tumasoft.
For me, Digital Scrapbooking Day has always been about the special sale prices that most stores offer. But while reading the article noted above I gained a broader perspective of the day.
Last week's tutorial was Part 1 of a 2-Part answer to Debbie Rucker's question on how to make a "background paper from beginning to end." Basic Paper Making in Photoshop. Today let's add a pattern to the textured paper we created last week. This is the base paper we created in last week's tutorial.
Several weeks ago we asked you, our readers, to send in your tutorial requests. Today we will answer the request of Debbie Rucker who asked how to make a "background paper from beginning to end."