Bring colors to life in your images by tinting and enhancing them with Photoshop’s Photo Filter. Thanks to the layer mask that comes with adjustment layers, we can easily combine multiple Photo Filters to enhance different areas of the image separately! We’ll even finish things off with a Curves adjustment just for fun!
Get great results when sharpening images without fumbling around with confusing options by using Photoshop’s High Pass filter and your choice of layer blend modes.
The whole point of editing images in Photoshop is to make them look better, so why risk making them look worse in the process if you don’t have to? If you’ve been editing 8-bit images when you could have been working in 16-bit mode, you’ve been missing out on a world of flexibility.
If RGB is just a three letter word to you and color channels are something you watch on tv, your Photoshop work is suffering. Learn how Photoshop displays colors in your images and take your skills to the next level.
Let’s look at some of the most confusing terms you’ll come across when working on images in Photoshop: image resolution, pixel dimensions and document size – what it all means, why it’s so important to understand, and why you may not need to understand it at all!
Learn how image resolution and the number of pixels in your image will affect the quality of your digital photos when you print them, why images you download off the internet usually print with poor quality, and how many megapixels (MP) your camera needs to have in order to print professional quality photos at different sizes.
Learn the basics of using Smart Filters, one of the most powerful new features inside Photoshop CS3.
Create some flashy glowing lights brushes with this quick and extremely easy technique that will let you add flair, glow and sparkles to your illustrations.
Filter Forge is an new, incredibly powerful, texture and filter creation Photoshop Plugin. This tutorial will teach you how to build an interesting wet and muddy rocks texture using Filter Forge.
This tutorial will step you through the way to building a group of Lego bricks that you can then save as a brush set. Two versions of the set were created to achieve different results while painting over a white or black background. The finished brush set is available for download.