The type treatment on the cover of the ‘Best of 2012′ iPad version of Photoshop User magazine displays type that appears to be receding into the distance. The entire effect is created using a few clever layer styles and a gradient overlay. Today, I’ll show you how to produce this sweet look.
You know how important it is to give yourself a chance to brush up on Photoshop techniques, learn something new, and find ways to work smarter not harder. You can do all of that at this year’s Photoshop World Conference & Expo in Orlando this April 17-19. For more details: download a conference brochure here.
In this tutorial, Stephen Burns sheds some light on how to enhance the color of your photos by using a series of black & white adjustment layers.
This tutorial explains how to create a colorful futuristic looking text effect, using a couple of Layer Styles for multiple layers, and a simple brush.
Working on a children’s book has given me the opportunity to deeply engage my imagination. Specifically, I’ve been dressing up animals with patterns. Doing so has allowed me to play around with custom shapes, layer styles, and blend modes. The process is incredibly fun! Today, I’d like to share some of the remarkable things I’ve learned using a toy rhinoceros as the subject.
I have here some really cool tricks for creating your own holiday wreath in Photoshop, complete with decorations. Once you have the basics down you will see how much fun it is to play around with different arrangements.
Using the Contour effect in layer styles, this tutorial will take you step-by-step through creating these plastic text styles.
You’re invited to join Scott Kelby and The Photoshop Guys on Tues., Dec. 18th from 7:30-9:00PM ET for a 90-minute NAPPATHON where they’ll be sharing their all time favorite Photoshop tips. Details and RSVP for a chance to win here!