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Win Adobe Master Suite CS5.5

September 25, 2011

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. [More]

Creating a Copy to Work on in Photoshop

September 8, 2011

Sometimes I like to save an image and continue to work on it. There’s a lot of ways Photoshop allows you to do that but we’ll have a look at just a couple of them here. What we’re after is to [More]

Photoshop Elements Books Winner

August 22, 2011

No nonsense guide to getting the most out of your images using Photoshop Elements. Save time with invaluable shortcuts and tips to cut through unnecessary steps, helping you to work faster and [More]

Photoshop Warp – Problems and Solutions

July 21, 2011

Its a helpful feature of Photoshop but can test the patience of a saint sometimes. Here’s an example of when I wanted to use Photoshop’s Warp function but it just wouldn’t do what I wanted. In this video I convince Photoshop that up is down and back is front. [More]

Stroke Path With Brush – Extra

July 11, 2011

In this video I take a look at an old favourite Stroke Path With Brush. This time though I go a little further and experiment with more options. I admit, I love using this feature and may have been a [More]

TipSquirrel.com Action Set

July 4, 2011

This action set includes some techniques you’ll want to use again and again on your images, including; High Contrast, Color Separation in LAB, Duo Tone, Fixing Faded Photos, Grunge Border, LensBaby Effect, Soft Glow, Soft Vignette, Stars, Star Wars Text effect. The techniques are all based on tutorials from The Photoshop Nuts at TipSquirrel.com. [More]

Very Simple Quake-Grunge Text in Photoshop

June 6, 2011

I was asked recently about grungy text. There’s plenty of tutorials out there but I wanted something simple, that can be done in a couple of minutes but has a great effect. Here’s my solution. [More]

Grids, Guides and Putting Them Into Actions

June 2, 2011

Unlike Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop doesn’t have a grid tool (as yet?), so we’re forced to find ways to make our own. In this video, I’ve demonstrated a couple of ways of making a grid both [More]

Rotating The Clone Stamp in Photoshop

May 23, 2011

In this video TipTorial I take a quick look at some of the parameters that can be changed when using Photoshop’s Clone Stamp Tool. In particular, how to rotate and flip the stamp. Many thanks to Janine Smith for providing the photograph. Also a nod to Gavin Hoey for helping me realise the difference between CS5 and earlier versions. [More]

Doing more with Photoshop Layer Styles

May 11, 2011

I like working with the Layer Effects in Photoshop but what really stated me using them more was when I learnt how to seperate the effects. In this ‘tiptorial’ I’m going to use put Layer Effects onto Layer Effects. [More]

Sepia Toning with LAB

April 25, 2011

  I was recently adding a sepia tone to a photo and wanted to change the tone that was being used.I fiddled about getting the tone. Once I’d done that  I couldn’t help but feel that [More]

Blending Images with Various Focal Points with Photoshop

April 13, 2011

For this video I’ve taken four photographs, all focused on a different Lego figure. Using Photoshop I’m going to blend them together so that I get one, in focus image. This technique is great for macro photography for shooting flowers, insects and other small objects. [More]
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