Issue 13 of Practical Photoshop now on sale
So, this month we show you how to take control of your retro photo edits and replicate classic effects in Photoshop. Whether you want to add grungy textures and borders, light leaks, blurs, skew colours or distort tones we’ve got it covered. And we’ll also show you the flipside – how to make your old pictures look like new with a feature dedicated to revealing the secrets of image restoration. Now you can breathe new life into your battered and scratched family shots to earn extra brownie points.
As usual, our team of experts are on hand to answer your questions and inspire you. James Paterson shows you how to create a scribbled sketch effect, George Cairns gets to grips with 3D type in CS6 (beta) and I’ve become obsessed with Spirographs and show you to make your own in Photoshop and then incorporate them into a beautiful floral geometric design.
While we’re at it, join us on Facebook and let us know how you’re getting on with your Photoshop projects…
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