Photoshop tutorial that teaches you how to create Color Lookup Tables from scratch using Adjustment Layers and how to apply it to an image.
Cool Photoshop Effects
Adobe Photoshop is an amazing tool to edit your photos, but you can also add some cool effects that will take them to the next level! Check out the training videos below to learn how to create some awesome effects!
In this tutorial I’m going to show you how to match specific colors in Photoshop using the LAB color mode.
Tutorial that will take you through the process of creating the long shadow effect. This could be done on a logo or text. You will also learn how Smart Objects can help you in the creation of assets for mobile applications.
In this tutorial we’re going to take a daytime photograph and turn it into a rainy night scene. This is a very versatile technique that could be used on other images, by simply tweaking the adjustment layers, and lens flares.
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.
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.
In this tutorial we’ll turn an ordinary pumpkin into a frightening Halloween jack-o-lantern.
We’ll create this image by taking advantage of layer styles and adjustment layers.
In this tutorial I will be going though 2 different techniques to mask hair. The first will be applicable to all versions of Photoshop, while the second will only work with Photoshop CS5 and above.
In this subscriber only tutorial we’re going to put the finishing touches on the Sports Motivational Poster Tutorial. We’ll be creating a skin texture to add to blown out areas, add a little more sweat to Lewis’ face, add more muscle to his body, and stylize the image a bit more.
Learn how to create a stylized motivational sports poster using only 4 images. We’ll work non-destructively by taking advantage of Smart Objects and Adjustment Layers to create the dark-grungy look.
Learn to design a Fashion magazine cover using Photoshop. We’ll use an image of my friend, and fashion blogger Cheryl Van Den Berg.
In this training tutorial I will show you how to give a photo the look of engraving found on dollar bills. This technique is very simple, that in no time you will be making your own money!