Show off your images and designs with this dynamic frame designed with Photoshop.
Corey Barker is back! Follow along with his new video where he shows how to use Photoshop CS6 Extended’s 3D tools to create this cartoon text effect.
Zooming the lens during a long exposure produces an effect with beams of light and color rushing dramatically toward the subject. In today’s tutorial, I’ll show you how to produce this effect in Photoshop using an image captured without long-exposure trickery.
This tutorial will explain how to use layer effects and filters to create a vintage looking metal text effect. Then, the layer style will be applied to a simple brush to create the stroke.
Here is a romantic, soft-edged vignette technique. It is created using a layer mask combined with the elliptical marquee tool and its feather slider.
Starting with a rainy image and any logo you like, learn to create this design effect that combines blend modes, gradients, and blur filters with smart objects to give you an editable logo design that can be used over and over again with different images.
Today we are going to create motion graphics entirely in Photoshop CS6. Now with video and animation capabilities in both Standard and Extended versions, getting Hollywood style motion graphics is getting that much easier. In this example we will combine still images with video clips and some custom animation to create a Sci Fi title effect in a matter of minutes.
Lesa Snider demonstrates techniques for brightening the teeth and eyes of your portrait subjects. Use an empty adjustment layer in combination with lightening blend modes, layer masks, and the brush tool to paint your adjustments in non-destructively.