Adobe keeps slipping fun new features into each new release of Photoshop CC. In a recent release, they quietly unveiled a Flame filter that can be used to create everything from candlelight to dramatic flame-thrower bursts to flaming type.
In today’s tutorial, we’ll make quick work of extracting a busy, transparent water splash element from a white background using channels.
Stephen Burns discusses the new mixer brush in Photoshop and how it can be used to create a brush from an image with full color properties and luminance values.
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.
With thousands of images, where do you begin? Diving into Adobe Bridge CC first, this tutorial explains how to get the larger overview with the Review mode and then drill down with labels and ratings to create virtual collections of your all images.
Learn the secrets to layer success as Franklin McMahon demonstrates the many ways to work with layers in Photoshop CC including making copies, transforming, grouping, smart guides, snapping and layer edges.
Most of us save for web often, but there are many tools in the interface that are easy to miss. This tutorial goes over how to optimize, tweak, adjust and make sure your end result looks awesome when it hits the internet.
One of the most powerful and versatile options is Smart Collections, Franklin McMahon shows how to sort and arrange and then automatically move your photos into virtual folders arranged by a variety of parameters.