In a blast from the past, the Computer History Museum has released the original source code to the 1990 version 1.0.1 of Photoshop with the permission of Adobe Systems Inc.
Define a set of custom brushes to add creativity to your Photoshop designs with this simple six-step tutorial.
Want to take your photo editing skills to the next level? We take a look at 20 essential tips that will have you working faster and smarter with Photoshop in no time. We cover everything you need to know – how to import and organise your photo; getting more from raw files; adding impact to your images; and the secrets of retouching creatively. Whether this is your first foray into photo editing or you need to fine-tune your techniques, this is your essential guide.
Dave Cross is the man behind The Photoshop Quiz Game, the new app for the iPhone and iPad. The app features three levels of difficulty – Easy, Medium and Hard – and you can choose between either being asked 10 or 20 questions.
Practical Photoshop’s technique editor James Paterson has just been shortlisted in the Adobe Photoshop Evangelist competition. It’s now down to a public vote via Adobe’s Facebook page. Obviously we think he should win so we’d really appreciate it if you go here: http://on.fb.me/IuGp0D and vote for: Make Eyes Sparkle and Zoom with Birds Eye View by James P we need as many votes as possible before April 23nd – Remember you can vote once a day!
Adobe has officially unveiled its Photoshop CS6 beta, a preview of what’s to come in the next release of its Photoshop CS software.
The Photoshop CS6 beta is available as a free download from Adobe Labs. Customers can download the beta, try out the experience and provide feedback to the product team.
Photoshop CS6 beta is available for the Mac OS and Microsoft Windows platforms. The final Photoshop CS6 release date is expected in the first half of 2012.
Perhaps the most celebrated change in Photoshop CS6 is its new interface. Straightaway you’ll notice a new darker look to Photoshop, but the changes to CS6′s interface go much deeper than a mere colour change.
Here, we’ve rounded up seven of the most important changes you should know about the new Photoshop CS6 interface.
Photoshop CS6 is finally here! Albeit in beta form. Nevertheless, we’ve spent the past few weeks putting Photoshop CS6 through its paces. There’s been a good deal to get our teeth into and we think that the additions to this new version of Photoshop CS will be welcomed by new and old Photoshop users alike.
The most obvious change in Photoshop CS6 is the darker interface, but there are plenty of other more intriguing new features, as well as plenty of tweaks and upgrades to existing Photoshop tools. Click to read the 20 things you need to know about Photoshop CS6 and how it can enhance your photo editing experience.
Photo art using simple digital painting techniques can transform even the most ham-fisted artist into a budding Rembrandt. You can simply use a photo as a starting point, tracing over the original shapes and colours without having to worry about shape and form.
Here, we’ll show you how to make this style of photo art by giving an image a painting effect with the Smudge tool in Photoshop. As its name suggests, this Photoshop tool smudges colours when you drag it through different shades in an image. However, it’s also an excellent tool for giving your pictures a painting effect.
The Arizona state legislature is giving new meaning to the phrase ‘brush with the law.’ A bill proposed by state Rep. Katie Hobbs (Democrat – Phoenix) would require advertisers who alter or enhance a photo to put a disclaimer on the ad telling viewers that, “Post-production techniques were made to alter the appearance in this [...]