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This is a cool grid effect I did back in my first book, Photoshop Down & Dirty Tricks for Designers, and I thought it lent itself nicely to a wedding-themed design. With a few updated tricks for this technique, you can definitely have some fun with your wedding images.
Several years ago, Adobe had an interesting little application called Adobe Dimensions. This standalone program was limited yet powerful, as it could create 3D PostScript vector art, which could be imported into Illustrator or Photoshop to create interesting 3D effects.
Let’s have a little fun with 3D. C’mon, just try it! In this exercise, we’ll create some inflated text using the 3D features in Photoshop. With the enhanced surface properties, you can create a reflective metallic look in a matter of minutes.
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Adobe has officially released its Lightroom 5 Beta and NAPP is ready to get you up to speed on it faster than any other resource on the web with its Lightroom 5 Launch Center.
So take a minute today and join NAPP president Scott Kelby and Photoshop Guy Matt Kloskowski as they cover everything you need to know about the beta with helpful video tutorials and tips.
You’re invited to join the Photoshop Guys for a special webcast on the Adobe Certified Expert exam. Passing the ACE exam is one of the best ways to show colleagues and employers the depth of…
We are pleased to announce that you can earn Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for classes taken during the Photoshop World Conference this April from the University of the Pacific, Center for Professional and Continuing Education.