Lightroom 5 comes with some pretty nice upgrades, but one of the smaller additions may make many photographers excited. Many times you’ll find yourself with a nice looking photo, but because of certain conditions, your lens or surroundings may contain a bit of dust.
Many Photoshop users have asked how they would be able to add multiple Strokes, or outlines, to an object. This quick tip will show you how it’s possible to add 6 outlines to a single object, using Layer Styles, and a new feature in Photoshop CS6.
Howard Pinksy organises his menus to keep his Photoshop workspace nice and clean.He shows us how to hide those items we don’t need, making those we do easier to find.
You’ve all worn one, now it’s time to design one! Learn how to design an ‘ugly sweater’ in Adobe Photoshop using a texture, shapes, and good old non-destructive editing!
For those who deal a lot with model retouching, burning and dodging non-destructively is a must! Take a look how it’s done.
As part of our Adobe Touch Week Howard takes a look at Photoshop Touch on the iPad and puts it through its paces by compositing two images.
In this video tutorial we’ll look at how you can import 3D models and composite them on your photographs in Photoshop CS6 Extended!
In this video Howard Pinsky explores the use of GuideGuide 2. If you use guides more than occasionally this extension should be a part of your Photoshop! It works with CS4, CS5 and CS6.
In this post, Howard introduces us to the power of Kuler. If you’re looking for a color theme for your projects, look no further than Kuler, it’s built right into Photoshop and is a great extension!
It’s a pleasure to welcome a new Nut to TipSquirrel.com! Having been a fan of Howard and IceFlowStudios for some time I was thrilled when he agreed to come and join our humble group of Photoshop Nuts. If you haven’t already…