In this tutorial I’m going to give you an in depth explanation on how the blending modes in Photoshop work. You may have worked with blend modes in the past, and it was probably more of an experimental process for you. The purpose of this tutorial is to show you how exactly how each blend mode […]
In this tutorial we’re going to take a daytime photograph and turn it into a rainy night scene. We’ll start out by adding a blur filter to create the illusion of motion. Then we’ll start adding various adjustment layers to make it seem as if this photograph was taken at night. I’ll also show you […]
In this training video we’re going to take a look at Photoshop’s video editing and animation capabilities, and the differences in photo and video workflows.
We’re going to do so by creating an animated GIF. It’s going to be a very simple animation, but this tutorial will teach you all the basics of working with the Photoshop timeline. If you’ve never used the timeline panel before or you’re not very not familiar with it, then this is the perfect tutorial for you.
In this tutorial we’ll be learning what is perhaps the most import thing when it comes to compositing images together; perspective.
The techniques that I’m going to teach you in this video, will make you a much better Photoshop user. They will make your compositions look much more realistic, and you’ll know what types of images you’ll need to complete a great composite.
Here’s my shortest tutorial to date. It’s a quick video showing you the highly requested technique that gives photos a dark, sharpened desaturated look. This effect is quite simple, we’ll only use two adjustment layers, and one filter. One of those adjustment layers is the “Color Lookup” adjustment layer found in CS6 or newer.
I will also show you an alternative way of creating this effect in case you are in Photoshop CS5 or older.