In our latest photo editing tutorial we show you how to use a series of simple Photoshop effects to blur your background and create a shallow depth of field effect.
With so many Photoshop effects and filter options, it can be hard to find the right one. To help, we created five Photoshop effects filter tables for you to download for free.
The Photoshop High Pass filter can be used to both sharpen and soften an image. This is particularly useful for portraits, where the subtle Photoshop effects help your subject stand out, but the High Pass filter is useful in a number of different photo editing situations (which we’ll explain later).
We delve into the world of Photoshop’s Filters and Layer Styles to show that perfection isn’t always all it’s cracked up to be!
Learn how to recreate the distortion of a photographer’s fisheye lens by using the Photoshop’s nifty Spherize filter.
It’s easy to turn any photo into a sketch in Photoshop, and you don’t have to be an artist for the results to look great. In this project, you’ll learn how to use the Gaussian Blur filter to isolate and enhance the edges in your photo.
How to make a mosaic? Well, mosaics actually to date from the 3rd Millennium BC and required hours and days of back-breaking work. Luckily in the modern era we have Photoshop filters with which you can take this age-old artform and give it a very 21st Century look. By applying the Photoshop Mosaic filter to [...]