Quick masks are a handy little Photoshop- feature that many people don’t even know about.
The patch tool operates on a premise similar to the clone tool, but with patch you can actually make a selection of an area to use as your patch, and drag it to the area…
Ok, for those of you who are familiar with my weekly column or my website, you are by now familiar with this topic somewhat.
Ever wonder where all those seamless backgrounds come from? How does the creator get them to blend so…well, seamlessly?
While Photoshop doesn’t offer a dashed line option, such as that found in Illustrator’s Stroke palette, you can easily simulate them by editing a brush in the Brushes palette.
A layer mask is great for creating masks for a single layer.
If you own a newer slide scanner, you’ve probably heard of Applied Science Fiction, developers of Digital ICE, the fantastic scratch- and dust-removing software.
Spot colors can be used with CMYK or Multichannel documents intended for print to add additional colors, create “bump plates,” and to control varnishes.