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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 500x100) 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%) A fun way to add texture to your photo is by adding lines overlapping the picture. This will create a cool effect often seen in photo albums and slide shows. You can one of the most interesting sites out there. Grids can be used in headers, pictures anything you want really. The first thing you would do is: 1. Open Photoshop. Open an image to apply line effect. 2. Desaturate the image by Image > Adjustments > Desaturate 3. Create New file with 1 pixel width, 2 pixel height and transparent background. 4. Keep Black as a foreground color. Fill the top 1 X 1 pixel of transparent background using Pencil Tool. 5. Select All using CTRL + A 6. Create a pattern by Edit > Define Pattern. Name the pattern. 7. Close the Pattern file and go back to image file. 8. Edit > Fill (Choose "Pattern" from "Use" drop down menu and again in "Custom Pattern" you will find newly created pattern) 9. Select newly created pattern and fill the image. Often websites will use effects that will make their site look really fun. There are fire blasts, smoke, lightening and other cool effects that can make your site look quite professional or fun, whatever way you chose to have it. To create a quick and easy fire blast you can use the polygon lasso tool to select a shape like an elongated triangle. Then fill with white. Then you would Apply Filter > Distort > Radial Blur Zoom 100%. Next you would want to set the eraser as above and brush lightly around the edges of the shape until you have a triangle that has some missing parts around it, you don't want to go to heavy with this tool, just enough to take off a bit of the outer edges. Finally Apply Filter > Blur > Gaussian Blur Radius 1.2. Now you have a full blown fire blast, you can really do whatever you want to your blast, make it red or yellow, but these are the initial steps to doing it.
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. There are things that can be accomplished with this program that simply stun and amaze most people. Photoshop is even used to create complete websites! All you have to do in order to be a great designer is to learn the ropes of this photo design program. But have you ever tried reading through a book that promised to be the easiest and quickest way to learn the Photoshop program? Many people who have tried to learn from such books will most likely agree that it is like trying to understand a foreign language you have never seen before. There are many technical terms and phrases in such books that someone who did not attend graphic design school would not understand. The best way to learn how to master the program is through Photoshop VideoTutorials. The best way to learn anything, whether you are in fourth grade or approaching forty years old is to see the information. Seeing and placing those important images in your memory bank will ensure that you are able to recall on that information when the time call for it. By listening and watching such Tutorials, or videos, you will be able to not only learn how to sue the program yourself but you will have enough of an understanding of the system that you could probably teach someone else a few things. Even 'static' screenshot-and-text tutorials are better than books, but even these are nowhere near as effective as actual tutorials using the Photoshop program made into videos are. When you watch Photoshop video tutorials you will be seeing experts run the Photoshop program you can work right along side them and mimic what they are doing. This is a great way to help make sure that everything that you have learned through the Tutorials will stick with you for a very long time, particularly if they are video tutorials. Learning through action is a great way to make sure that you truly understand the information that is being relayed to you. Many of the things that you will be taught through the Photoshop Video trials you will not find anywhere else. Screen shots along with text explanations are not a great way to learn anything about this simple, yet complex program. You also will not be able to properly learn about color calibration by using ICC profiles. When an expert's actions are captured on screen in a dynamic fashion as when recording Photoshop vide tutorials, you will be able to immediately see on screen the effects of moving various sliders and applying brush strokes and other special tools. While you may have been interested in the program before, after watching a few Photoshop Video Tutorials you will be addicted to trying out all of the new tools you have learned about. But where does a person find these Video Tutorials? When searching the web you may think at first that you have stumbled upon a ton of great Tutorials on Photoshop. Once you take a closer look though you will probably find that most of the results gave you nothing more then screen shots with text instructions. You are really going to have to dig in there to find all of the information you need in the video format you need it in. There is no reason to settle for lower education when there is the wonderfully created video Tutorials out there waiting for you to make use of them. Once you find a couple of the Photoshop Video Tutorials and take a look at them for yourself, you will see what all of the trouble was for. Photoshop for you will never be the same again now that you are able to sit over the shoulder of a professional as they walk you through the detailed steps of how to turn a blank page into a digital masterpiece. You will also want to make sure that you are book-marking those pages so that you can easily find them again for reference later down the road. So instead of searching online for 'Photoshop Tutorials', make sure that in future you add the word 'video' as in 'Photoshop Video Tutorials'. In fact, because you don't want to pay for the videos - you want them to be free, don't you, I would search for 'Free Photoshop Video Tutorials'. Another thing to look for when searching for 'Free Photoshop Video Tutorials', is to make sure that the video tutorials are properly categorised into groups so that you can quickly find the set of video tutorials covering the topic you are interested in. The sky is the limit with Photoshop. And now that you have the proper Photoshop Video Tutorials to walk you through the process you can reach new heights with your work.
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. For fans of About.com, you can find material on Photoshop at graphicssoft.about.com and graphicdesign.about.com. The advantage of about.com is that all the material on a particular sub-site is written by the same expert (they call them About.com Guides), giving it a consistent tone and quality. If you want new tutorials all the time, good-tutorials.com is a good place to go, with hundreds of Photoshop tutorials being added every day. They are well-categorised and easily searchable. Once you get good enough, you can even submit tutorials here yourself, and other members will vote on them - the ones with the most votes get featured on the main page. A good way to find links to the very best tutorials out there on the web is to use Google and tell it exactly what you want, but that doesn't always turn up any results. Another option that is rapidly becoming more popular is to use link-tagging services such as Yahoo!'s del.icio.us. Going to del.icio.us/popular/photoshop will show you which links are currently the most popular across the whole web for photoshop. It works for anything else, too - just replace the word Photoshop with whatever you're looking for.
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. Whatever it is, professional photographers are able to fix these mistakes by just using Adobe Photoshop. In fact, some professional photographers even edit the photos they take of models with Adobe Photoshop. If you read magazines, and you noticed the near-perfect bodies of models and very smooth skin, then you have an idea on how professional photographers manipulate the photos they take with Adobe Photoshop. For example, if you take pictures of someone who has an ugly looking zit on their face, then you will be able to make their face look perfect by removing the zit or pimple with Adobe Photoshop. In fact, you can even use Adobe Photoshop to make someone fat look like a supermodel. Here are some of the basic ways on how you can make the photos you take look more professional. The first is by eliminating the red eye from the photos. You need to remember that even if you are using the latest SLR digital camera with red eye reduction, it will still happen. Adobe Photoshop has red eye tool that will identify and completely remove the appearance of the red eye from the photos you take. It will even remove the red eyes from your pet cat or dog. Secondly, you will be able to create brighter and clearer photos with more vibrant colors. Adobe Photoshop is meant to be a tool to help clean up an image as well as improve its appearance. With the color enhancing tools and adjust brightness and contrast tools, you will be able to turn dark photos in to something that looks like it was taken in perfect lighting condition. Basically, the tool will allow you to manually adjust the image's color settings that will result in the sharpest and cleanest appearance of the image as possible. Another great editing feature of Photoshop is that it will even allow you to remove unwanted objects in the photos you already took. For example, if a seemingly perfect photo was just ruined by a trash can on the background, you can easily remove the trash can and replace it with something else as if the trash can wasn’t even there at all when you took the picture. You can even crop out people from the photos you take and even replace the background. These are just some of the great things that you can do with Photoshop. As you can see, even an amateur photographer like you will be able to take professional looking pictures. With the help of Adobe Photoshop, you will be able to make your photos look as if it was taken by a professional photographer.
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