If you’re troubleshooting unexpected behavior in Photoshop, then a third-party plug-in could be causing the problem. Hold the Shift key then start Photoshop and you’ll get a notice asking you whether or not you would like to skip loading plug-ins. Press “Yes“, then Photoshop will start without enabling 3rd party plugins. You can then determine if your problems were caused […]
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Start by having a background layer and an object layer (logo or text), To make the long flat shadow, make a selection out of the object by pressing Ctrl (Mac: Ctrl) and clicking on the layer thumbnail in the Layers panel. Create a new layer below the object layer by holding Ctrl (Mac: Ctrl) and clicking […]
If you are trying to align 2 exact copies of the same layer (or more likely a portion of a layer), set the blending mode to Difference on the layer on top. Then use the Move tool or the arrow keys to position the layer. When the layer turns completely black, you will have a […]
If you ever see this warning while using the marquee tool, “Warning: No pixels are more than 50% selected” It’s because your feather is set too high! type in “0” in the feather input box and try again!
If you want to divide your canvas into 3 equal columns using Guides, go into the View menu and choose “New Guide…” In the New Guide dialog box enter “33.33%” in the position field, and press OK. Then repeat the same process but this time enter “66.66%” in the position field. An easier way to […]
One way to add color to large areas of a grayscale image is to use a Color Balance adjustment layer. It will allow to you easily make small adjustments to the color later if need be. You can start by adjusting the sliders to get the color that you want, then use the layer mask […]
You can use the Clip Art that comes pre-loaded with Microsoft Word in Photoshop. To bring a Clip Art image into Photoshop, first go into Microsoft Word, and in any document go to Insert >Clip Art. Find the image you want to use, and insert it into your document. Make sure the Clip Art is active […]