Adobe will cease selling boxed versions of Photoshop CS and the other programs in its Creative Suite software, according to reports.
If you want to give you photographs that old vintage movie look, you’ll be pleased to know that you don’t have to go out and buy an old camera – you can easily achieve the same nostalgic look by applying some simple techniques in Photoshop.
The Photoshop Ruler tool enables you to measure the distance between two points, and even the angle of lines in an image. In this tutorial we show you how to use it to straighten a wonky horizon.
The new Photoshop Blur Gallery in CS6 is perfect for replicating in-camera depth-of-field effects. We explain what each filter can do.
Adobe may be offering free and legal downloads of Photoshop CS2, the older version of its popular photo editing software, according to screen grabs of a new page on the Adobe website.
In our easy-to-follow cinema graph tutorial we show you how to make animated photos for the web using Photoshop CS6′s latest video tools.
Adobe has acquired social media portfolio sharing website Behance to drive its Creative Cloud service.
Back in June Adobe had promised to provide Retina support for Photoshop CS6 and Illustrator CS6, and finally the update is available.
Yes, we know… you only just coughed up for Photoshop CS6, but now that it’s here and we’re using it, there’s no reason we should start writing down what features we’d like to see in Adobe Photoshop CS7, is there? It is, after all, the time of year for making wishlists!
Issue 20 of Practical Photoshop is out now and it’s packed full of great advice and inspirational images at our new great value price of just £4.99!