23 Adobe Photoshop Tutorials for Beginner Graphic Designers - DuoParadigms Public Relations & Design, Inc.
For beginners, Adobe Photoshop can be overwhelming with its many different adjustments and effects. To make things easier for those just learning, we've compiled a collection of tutorials for beginners.
Understand Photoshop In 10 Minutes Or Less - Improve Photography
Understand Photoshop In 10 Minutes Or Less. by Dustin OlsenPhotoshop is overwhelming!! There is no way around it! There is just so much to constantly learn
Applying Sky Overlays in Photoshop Quickly & Easily - Morgan Burks
Easy to follow sky overlay tutorial! | Find more free tutorials at www.morganburks.com
Protect Your Images
When sending a copy of a project to a client, you may want to protect the file, so that it requires a password to print or edit. This will prevent your client from using it
Começaremos a colocar uma série de atalhos que irão ajudar você nas tarefas do seu dia-a-dia e para começar o Photoshop.
Easy Technique To Give Great Contrast To An Image
An easy technique to give great contrast to an image is to create a new Channel Mixer adjustment layer and in the properties panel, choose Black and White With Red Filter from the preset drop-down.
Photoshop CS4: A Picture Worth a Thousand Words
I love Photoshop techniques that offer all kinds of possibilities for experimentation—and the following tutorial is a perfect example of one of those techniques.
Sharpen Using The High Pass Filter
One way to sharpen an image is to use the High Pass Filter. To do so, duplicate the layer you want to sharpen by selecting it and pressing Ctrl J (Mac: Command J). Change the duplicate
Dust Photoshop Action
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How I edit a high contrast photo in Lightroom
In the video, you'll see how I edit a high contrast, color photo. No presets are used and I take you step-by-step through my thought process.
Open The Same Document In Two Windows
On certain images, you may want to zoom in really close to do some detail work, but at the same time, you might need to see how the overall image looks. To solve this problem