- Adding Motion to a Static Shot in Adobe Photoshop Elements 14
- Nov 17, 2015
- In this excerpt from Adobe Photoshop Elements 14 Classroom in a Book, learn how to add dynamic-looking motion to your photograph.
- Removing Distance Haze Using Adobe Photoshop Elements 14
- Nov 12, 2015
- In this excerpt from Adobe Photoshop Elements 14 Classroom in a Book, learn how to remove distance haze from your photograph.
- Layer Basics in Adobe Photoshop CC (2015 release)
- Oct 5, 2015
- In Photoshop, you can isolate different parts of an image on layers. Each layer can then be edited as discrete artwork, giving you tremendous flexibility as you compose and revise an image. This excerpt from Adobe Photoshop CC Classroom in a Book (2015 release) shows you how.
- Adobe Photoshop CC (2015 release): Empowered By and For Mobile Devices
- Jun 19, 2015
- You can use Creative Cloud mobile apps to feed ideas into Photoshop and other Creative Cloud desktop applications, and you can now use Adobe Photoshop CC (2015 release) to more easily design content for mobile apps and web sites. Conrad Chavez looks at how Photoshop CC 2015 integration with Adobe mobile apps works in both directions.
- Creating a Panorama in Adobe Photoshop CC (2015 release)
- Jun 19, 2015
- Sometimes a vista is just too large for a single shot. Photoshop makes it easy to combine multiple images into a panorama so that your viewers can get the full effect. Learn how in this excerpt from Adobe Photoshop CC Classroom in a Book (2015 release).
- Transformations with the Content-Aware Move Tool in Adobe Photoshop CC (2015 release)
- Jun 19, 2015
- In this excerpt from Adobe Photoshop CC Classroom in a Book (2015 release), learn how, with the Content-Aware Move tool, you only need a few quick steps to create a copy of an image that combines seamlessly with the background, and is also different enough that it doesn’t look like
an exact copy of the original.
- Using an Effect More Than Once in a Layer Style in Adobe Photoshop CC
- Jun 19, 2015
- A great way to add visual impact to a design element is to apply multiple instances of effects such
as strokes, glows, or shadows. You don’t have to duplicate layers to do this, because you can apply
multiple instances of an effect inside the Layer Styles dialog box. Learn how in this excerpt from Adobe Photoshop CC Classroom in a Book (2015 release).
- Top 10 Tips for Working in 3D in Photoshop
- Feb 16, 2015
- Steve Caplin, author of Adobe Photoshop for 3D Design and Printing: Learn by Video, shares techniques and shortcuts for being more productive and saving time when working with Photoshop's 3D capabilities.
- A Plea for Photoshop–Browser Harmony
- Feb 4, 2015
- When it comes to responsive web design, using the right tool, at the right time, for the right purpose, helps us extract more out of said tool than normal. Knowing when to use Photoshop is the only thing that can logically keep it in our workflows. Using it too often, too early, or for the wrong purpose produces frustration, wasted time, and potentially wasted money, as Dan Rose explains in this chapter from Responsive Web Design with Adobe Photoshop.
- Layer Basics in Adobe Photoshop CC (2014 release)
- Sep 9, 2014
- In this excerpt from Adobe Photoshop CC Classroom in a Book (2014 release), you will learn how to work with layers in Adobe Photoshop CC.
- Five Critical Techniques for Creating Seamless Photoshop Composites
- Aug 13, 2014
- Bret Malley, author of Adobe Master Class: Advanced Compositing in Photoshop, enjoys creating digital composites that sometimes seem to turn reality upside-down. Learn five of his techniques for using Photoshop's digital sleight-of-hand to create results that can blow your mind.
- Printing a 3D File in Adobe Photoshop CC (2014 release)
- Jun 23, 2014
- This excerpt from Adobe Photoshop CC Classroom in a Book (2014 release) shows how you can create 3D objects in Photoshop—or import 3D objects that have been created elsewhere—and print them directly from Photoshop.
- Favorite Adjustment Layers and Filters for Compositing in Adobe Photoshop
- Jun 19, 2014
- This chapter pushes deep into Bret Malley's four favorite adjustment layers (along with their subterranean features), as well as the Photoshop filters that he finds come in most handy for composite work.
- The Hidden Power of Adjustment Layers in Adobe® Photoshop®: Gradient Fill Vignette
- Jun 3, 2014
- Learn this amazingly fast and flexible vignette technique.
- The Hidden Power of Adjustment Layers in Adobe® Photoshop®: Color Correction Curves
- Jun 2, 2014
- Many times an image will need just a little color correction and not much else. While you can employ several methods to do this, using a Curves adjustment layer can be a quick solution that gives you some flexibility without overwhelming you with options.
- Photoshop CC Update: Linked Smart Objects
- Feb 21, 2014
- Photoshop educator Dan Moughamian brings you up to date on another new feature that’s part of the Photoshop 14.2 update, available to Creative Cloud subscribers. Smart Objects have always been a valuable part of the Photoshop workflow, whether you're a graphic artist or photographer. However, (embedded) Smart Objects can have a downside in that they can substantially increase the file size of your documents. Dan shows you how Smart Objects just got smarter, allowing images to be linked to one another rather than being embedded, providing several advantages.
- Photoshop CC Update: Perspective Warp
- Feb 7, 2014
- Photoshop instructor Dan Moughamian walks you through the Perspective Warp command, the latest addition to Photoshop's arsenal of image transformation tools. Rather than being focused solely on image correction tasks (such as straightening lines), Perspective Warp also allows you to make subtle changes to the camera's viewpoint. This innovation, as well as other new features and JDI enhancements, are available as part of the Photoshop 14.2 update on Creative Cloud.
- Responsive Design with Adobe Photoshop CC and Adobe Edge Reflow CC (Preview)
- Nov 18, 2013
- Ever since responsive design came into being, designers and developers have been faced with workflow challenges. Do you design several iterations (mobile, tablet, desktop) in a program like Photoshop and hope an explanation of interactivity will suffice, or do you design “in-browser,” or a combination? Adobe expert Brian Wood shows how by using Edge Reflow CC and Photoshop CC, a designer can create a working mockup that will give the client an idea of what the finished responsive design will look like.
- 3D Photoshop: Inflating Objects from Photographs
- Oct 3, 2013
- Learn how to model 3D objects directly from photographs, using Photoshop’s inflation tool.
- Using Photoshop CC and ACR’s Powerful Tone Mapping and Color Correction Tools to Create 32-Bit HDR Photos
- Aug 14, 2013
- Over the past few years, Adobe has provided Photoshop users with variations on an HDR workflow for photographers, but the options for precisely mapping tones and colors (especially) were somewhat limited. Today, using Photoshop CC, Photoshop and Lightroom educator Dan Moughamian shows how you can open a merged, 32-bit image into a brand-new (but very familiar) environment, to create those HDR photos.