Today, Adobe announced 14 new versions of Creative Cloud desktop applications, including Adobe Photoshop CC, Adobe Illustrator CC, Adobe Dreamweaver CC, and Adobe Premiere Pro CC. This release also includes new mobile apps to improve connectivity, as well as a new Creative Cloud Photography plan.
This tutorial will show you how to use Photoshop’s Layer Styles and a simple Brush to create a metallic rivets – inspired text on a denim background.
In today’s tutorial, we’ll take a look at a quick-and-easy way to create rain using a little-known layer style by the name of (you guessed it) Rain.
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.
In today’s tutorial, we’ll explore the techniques necessary to create a striking crack-n-peel face effect.
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.
The new features of swatches include choosing a background color for new layers and selecting multiple colors. This video shows users a couple of these new ways of using the Swatches panel.