Tag Archive for CS5

Making Corners Lift From The Page in Photoshop

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In this Photoshop tutorial video I answer a reader question. How, they asked, can you easily make it look like the corners of the photograph are lifting from the background?

I demonstrate two ways here, with some tips along the way including finding the centre of an image and separating Layer Styles from a layer (yep, you really can!)

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As wonderful as Adobe Photoshop is, I doubt there is a person that would call it simple.. There are many ways to do just about anything, from choosing which tool to use, find that skin smoothing action and even managing…

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Mixer Brush Tips

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With Photoshop CS5, Adobe brought us the Mixer Brush, which, along with the new Bristle Brushes, are perhaps the biggest makeover in the brush engine since version 7.0. In today’s video tip, you’ll learn a few basic techniques for setting up and using Mixer Brushes – including the often overlooked capability of loading your brush with multiple colors at one time. Happy painting!

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Win Adobe Master Suite CS5.5

To celebrate the launch of Adobe UK Education’s great new competition they’ve kindly given us a copy of Adobe Master Suite CS5.5 Teacher and Student Edition to give away to one of our readers. All you have to do to…

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Picking Apart Photoshop Actions

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Actions are a great way to get things done quickly, but they’re also a wonderful learning tool. Knowing how to examine an action can help you find new techniques as well as discovering bases that you can build on yourself. …

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