Photoshop Text Techniques: Transformers
This text effect will be used to duplicate the Transformers-type text.
3D Text in Photoshop
In this graphic design tutorial, you will learn how to create 3D text using Adobe Photoshop.
Photoshop Text Tutorial: Creating Indy Text
This Photoshop tutorial will teach you how to create the Indy text from the popular Indiana Jones film franchise.
Photoshop Productivity Tips and Tricks
If you work with Photoshop on a frequent basis, you probably have some shortcuts that you use to help you save time. Photoshop has an immense amount of features, however, so there may be many shortcuts that you are unaware of. The following will discuss Photoshop shortcuts that you can use to help you improve your productivity while using the program. Over time, you can become familiar with them and implement them into your routine to help cut down on the time you spend on projects.
Photoshop Keyboard Shortcuts
If you are new to Photoshop, you may find its wealth of features to be a tad overwhelming. Even if you are not new to the program, you may be looking for some shortcuts and tips when it comes to text. Here are some tips and shortcuts you can practice and learn to make the use of text in Photoshop much easier to handle. It does not matter if you are a Windows or Mac user -- we have you covered either way!
The Critically Important Color and Gamma Calibration Article
This article will explain how to understand and work with Photoshop's Color Management System (CMS), including how to create a custom profile, how to create an ICC profile for a monitor, how to set Photoshop's CMS defaults, how to use the Color Settings dialog box, and much more. It is excerpted from Inside Photoshop CS, by Gary D. Bouton. (Sams, 2004, ISBN: 0672326442).
Using Adobe Photoshop CS, Part 2
Adobe Photoshop CS comes with an amazing assortment of tools to help you edit your images. The latest version includes a wide range of features to make things easier, but how can you get the most out of it? In this second part of Chapter 5 from Mordy Golding's Adobe Creative Suite,(Sams, 2003, ISBN: 0672325918), you'll learn various ways to adjust your images, whether you're just trying to clean it up or want to try out some interesting effects.
Using Adobe Photoshop CS, Part 1
Adobe Photoshop CS comes with an amazing asortment of tools to help you edit your images. The latest version includes a wide range of features to make things easier, but how can you get the most out of it? In this first part of Chapter 5 from Mordy Golding's Adobe Creative Suite, (Sams, ISBN: 0672325918), you'll learn how to use masks, layers, filters, feathers, and more.
20 Things About Photoshop You Have to Know
These are some of the tools and features that I find myself using on a regular basis when creating images for the web. These include using the slice tool on images to decrease page load times and using pre-set effects that save time when creating forms or menus for your site.
Photoshop Tricks, Part 2
Part 2 covers how to make a photograph look like a painting, create a seamless fractal tiled image, to use Adobe Dimensions with Photoshop, and how to retouch a drop shadow you've added to an image. (From Inside Photoshop CS, Sams, ISBN: 0672326442.)
Photoshop Tricks, Part 1
For a humorous approach to touching up images in Photoshop, check out Gary Bouton's tips and tricks. He covers how to use Photoshop to firm up your subject's neckline with painless nipping and tucking, how to create images from text, how to work with an image's color palette using practical techniques and more. (From Inside Photoshop CS, Sams, ISBN: 0672326442.)
Keeping Up Appearances: Techniques for Retouching Images
Check out this chapter for tips on retouching images in Photoshop, improving color, adding new elements to an image or removing unwanted image elements. (From the book Inside Photoshop CS by Gary Bouton, Sams, 2004, ISBN: 0672326442.)
Navigation Menus in Photoshop
The aim of this article is to show you how simple it can be to create a visually pleasing, functional navigation menu using nothing but Photoshop and its sister product ImageReady
Slicing and Saving Graphics in Photoshop for Use on the Web
Images are the number one leader of average bandwidth usage. Usually itís because the images that load on every single page are typically between a total of 60k and a total of 500k. That can easily make your bandwidth usage add up to beyond your limit per month. So what Iím going to be showing you is how you can cut your imageís file sizes in half, if not more.