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  • How to Remove Facial Hair in Photoshop

    Today we show you how to remove facial hair in Photoshop! Whether your subject has a full-on beard or just a 5 o’clock shadow, you’ll learn how to paint away facial hair with the Brush Tool, recreate skin texture using a second reference image, and then blend everything together with some professional tools and techniques. […] More

  • Create Realistic Wet Glass Effect in Photoshop

    Create the Most Realistic Wet Glass or Window Effect with Natural Reflections & Textures in Photoshop! In this tutorial, we will blend three textures to create the water droplets, condensation, and also the wear and tear in the glass to give it a more authentic feel. In this video, we will use advanced blending modes, […] More

  • Create a Trendy Cyberpunk Effect in Photoshop

    Article republished with permission of PSD STACK. PSD Stack is a blog dedicated to Photoshop that provides high-quality tutorials, presets and actions to all level of Photoshop users Learn how to create a trendy cyberpunk effect in Photoshop. You’ll learn how to add neon color vibes to your images by adding hot pink and bright […] More

  • How to make epic reflections in Photoshop

    Learn how to make reflections and puddles in Photoshop. In this tutorial, Colin Smith shows how to make different types of reflections in Photoshop. Learn tips and variations to get super realistic looking reflections for your photos and designs. More

  • How to Place Anything into Perspective in Photoshop

    Today we show you how to take any object and place it into a new scene in perfect perspective! Learn how to cut out an object, use the Vanishing Point Filter to place it in perspective, and then match the lighting and color using some professional compositing techniques. We even include a sample PSD so […] More

  • How to add textures and overlays to a photo in Photoshop

    Today we show you how to add depth to a photo by adding textures and overlays in Photoshop! Learn how to add soft bokeh and lighting, create a raindrop-covered glass effect, and add stunning interest to any portrait. Download sample images here… (requires free subscription). More

  • How to Apply Duotone Coloring in Photoshop

    Today we show you how to give any photo a stunning, graphic look with duotone coloring in Photoshop! Duotone coloring is a popular style that works great when you want an image that will grab people’s attention (think banners, ads, and posters). Learn how to create beautiful duotone looks in just a few easy steps, […] More

  • Create A Realistic Reflection In Photoshop

    Today we show you how to create realistic reflections in Photoshop! Learn how to make a subject levitate over water, add their reflection below, and then use a Displacement Filter to match the rippled texture. Follow along and get some useful tips for compositing, coloring, and recreating textures. Download sample images here… (requires free subscription to download). More

  • High-end skin retouching with just 2 layers in Photoshop

    One of the simplest ways to perform high-end skin retouching in Photoshop! Whether you are creating magazine covers or working on a high-end project, achieve the best quality skin using just 2 layers! In this tutorial by PiXimperfect, we will learn a simple blend mode to do extensive dodging and burning to get the most […] More

  • Remove any stain with frequency separation in Photoshop

    Easily remove any stain with Frequency Separation in Photoshop! In this Photoshop tutorial by PiXimperfect you will learn how to remove the discoloration without disturbing the texture, and preserving the original folds of the surface. Download the frequency separation action here, Download the sample image here. More

  • Recover completely lost details in highlights in Photoshop

    Overexposed? Entirely blown out highlights in a white dress? In this tutorial by PiXimperfect, easily “recover” details with a simple Photoshop trick! Using 2 Ingredients: A Reference & a Blend Mode, learn how to easily create the details for the blown-out areas. In this tutorial, we will learn how to use a reference texture image […] More

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