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Adobe Theatre at The Photography Show 2016

March 12, 2016

The Photography Show 2016 is just a week away and I’m super excited! Getting to spend time talking about Photoshop for four days! Plus, and equally important of course, I get to hang out with friend and fellow Nut Gavin Hoey while catching up with friends Rich Curtis and Dave Mallows (I’ve not seen Dave since last Photography Show!) [More]

Photoshop Problem Panoramas

February 27, 2016

In this video Gavin comes across a a problem when Photoshop puts together his panorama, knowing how the panorama works and where the settings are soon makes light work of putting things right. [More]

Photoshop an Artistic Double Exposure

February 21, 2016

In this video I take a look at making a double exposure in Photoshop, then go a little further to create something a little more interesting and 'artistic'. [More]

Animated Intro with Photoshop

February 12, 2016

In this video I take a look at creating a little intro for a video using Photoshop. As I say at the beginning of this, it may not be an effect you want to use but you may be interested in some of the techniques. You should be warned, for the first time I actually make an apearance! [More]

Making A Photoshop Moon Brush

January 10, 2016

Photoshop brushes are all greyscale, where the brush is darker its less opaque, brighter less so. This means that we can make some quite detailed brushes by converting images to grayscale. In this [More]

How To Create A Rippling Flag Using The Displace Filter In Adobe Photoshop

January 6, 2016

In this tutorial we'll be creating the effect of a rippling flag using custom artwork and one of Photoshop's oldest distortion filters, Displace. The filter uses a monochrome image map to distort the pixels of the target layer based on the tones of the map. The brighter or darker the tone, the more the pixels of the image are pushed horizontally or vertically. This is great for creating the appearance of an object or text following the contours of a texture. [More]

Photoshop Blur – Save Mask to Channels

January 4, 2016

If you've used the Blur Gallery's Tilt Shift, Path Blur, Iris Blur and Field Blur you may have noticed a check box called 'Save Mask to Channels', in this post I'll take a look at just some of the possibilities this opens up [More]

Punch Through Text Effect in Photoshop

December 28, 2015

In this video I use text and Shape layers to create a really simple, but effective, text effect inside of Photoshop. While I'm there I'll also use a few layer effects to make the text a little more interesting including Bevel, Drop Shadow and the sadly underestimated Satin (I like Satin) [More]

The Unsung Hero of the Latest Photoshop Update. Thanks John Nack

December 21, 2015

The latest Photoshop update has caused a lot of interest, and why not, the list of updates is pretty impressive! You can find list below of some of the major updates, but there’s one on the list, tucked right at the bottom, that I’ve be dreaming of since goodness knows when! I remember the then Principal Product Manager at Adobe John Nack telling Bert Monroy on his Pixelperfect podcast that this feature was coming soon… if memory serves this was in 2009, when CS4 was the current version. But, true to his word, we got it, and although Mr Nack is no longer at Adobe I’d like to thank him for getting it started… [More]

Facebook Cover Template (late 2015) in Photoshop CC

December 15, 2015

Facebook is rolling out more changes! The cover image and profile image dimensions are changing again and these latest changes mean that all those nicely crafted facebook covers no longer work! But fear not, Tipsquirrel.com has you covered (baboom tish! sorry for the poor pun). This post shows how to create the perfectly positioned profile image & cover using our FREE Facebook Cover Template for the late 2015 changes. Below is a walk through of how to create your own pixel perfect facebook cover, and after the walkthrough is the downloadable template available only from Tipsquirrel [More]
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