HiRes — November 17, 2010, 4:57 pm

How To Recover Photoshop Files Cannot Be Opened?

No need to worry if you have recently damaged some files in Adobe Photoshop format, now we can repair even psd files, it is possible owing to Recovery Toolbox for Photoshop application. Take a closer look at the utility of recover corrupted Photoshop and get to know why it is so important. How much time have you spent, trying to prepare an image in psd format. Most likely, you have not thought about backing up this document, like thousands of users worldwide. Fortunately, it is not necessary with the service of Adobe Photoshop recover, provided by Recovery Toolbox for Photoshop. This way of Photoshop file damage recovery is really efficient when our users need to avoid the losses and recover Photoshop files cannot be opened. Try the Photoshop recovery programme for free, if you believe it is too complicated and make sure you can successfully reproduce the sequence of actions for psd recovery.
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HiRes — May 25, 2010, 3:39 pm

Photoshop word shadowing technique

Want to learn how to create your own word shadowing technique? Here it is in four easy steps:
1. Open a new document. (The size I used is 500×100) Now type some text, doesn’t really matter what. (I used Arial Black 36pt)
2. Now hit CTRL + A(=select all), CTRL + C(=copy) and then CTRL + V(=paste). You have now copied the layer. Move the new layer exactly above the original text layer. Hit CTRL + T(=transform) and click the right mouse button, select “flip vertical”. Now move the layer down by dragging it or using the arrow keys.
3. Hit CTRL + T again and now select “Perspective”. Move the lower right box to the right.
4. Now simply go to the layers window and lower the opacity of the “reflection layer” to whatever you want. (I used 25%)
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HiRes — September 28, 2009, 12:10 pm

Benefits Of Photoshop Video Tutorials

Many people know that Photoshop is the way to enhance photos or graphic images or completely alter them into something completely different. The thing is though, not that many people are skilful in using the program. And for those who can make use of the program a little bit, they are generally only using a small portion of what Photoshop is capable of. That’s where free Photoshop Video Tutorials come in.

By watching ‘over the shoulder’ of an expert through the medium on video tutorials a newcomer or beginner can quickly learn the Photoshop’s capabilities and how to harness them. Even advanced users can watch Photoshop Video Tutorials and learn quickly how to create special effects and access new features as the program develops.
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HiRes — July 21, 2009, 11:04 am

Where to Locate Adobe Photoshop Media

One article is far too short to describe all the complexities of Photoshop – whole books have been written that barely scratch the surface. If you want to learn more, the best thing to do is to find some good Photoshop tutorial websites, and work from there. Here’s a selection of some of the best.

First off, there’s Adobe’s own Photoshop tips website, which you can find at adobe.com/products/tips/photoshop. The selection of tutorials here is not that wide, however, and the writing style can often be a little dry.

A good resource for basic, starter tutorials is psworkshop.net. While the site lacks more advanced material, it has quite in-depth explanations of each tool and what it can do.
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HiRes — April 22, 2009, 2:54 pm

Simple Ways To Make Your Photos Look Professional

Do you love photography so much but you just can’t seem to produce great looking photos? Do you want your amateur looking photos to look like it was taken by professional photographers? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you will need the Adobe Photoshop.

First of all, you need to remember that most professional photographers today use Adobe Photoshop to edit the digital photos they take. You need to remember that not every photo they take is perfect and some will have the common mistakes in photography, such as the red-eye phenomenon, finger over the lens syndrome and even the hand shake syndrome. Poor exposure is another enemy of photographers.
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