By now you’ve no doubt read the Photoshop CS6 new features list and have been wowed by some and perhaps non-plussed by others. We’ve been playing around with the Photoshop CS6 beta for a few weeks now and think we have a good handle on how some of these new tools and toys work. Watch our video below as we take you through each item on the Photoshop CS6 new features list and show you what it can do for your photos.
Photoshop’s Pen Tool is useful and versatile, and handy to get to know. It can be used to draw custom shapes, make selections, and it can also help with your photo fixing. To remove the ropes in the image above, you could spray the Spot Healing Brush over them. But for more accuracy, you would use [...]
One of our favourite Photoshop tricks is to age an image to give it the look of an old, bleach photo print. This bleached photo effect is very easy to achieve using Adjustment Layers.
Inside, we show you how to achieve this classic gritty, desaturated look in just 4 simple steps.
Recreate the look of popular iPhone photography app, Instagram, quickly, easily and freely with this set of Actions for Photoshop.
8 pictures of Photoshop art by Phil McKay.
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Photographing small subjects often requires cropping photos later on the computer. Our latest Photoshop tutorial shows you how to expand your smaller subjects and enlarge subjects the safe way – at printable sizes – in any version of Photoshop CS or Elements.
Sarolta Bán creates Photoshop art that exists only in dreams. Her beautiful composite landscapes have magical qualities.
Flickr has announced it will be increasing the photo file size it allows users to upload, as a response to increasingly high-resolution cameras on the market. Currently, free Flickr users can upload files of up to 15MB, which rises to 20MB for pro members. The new file limits have yet to be finalised.
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