Interested in making your photo look like an advertisement from a fashion magazine? This clip will teach you what you need to know. Whether you're new to Adobe's popular raster graphics editing software or a seasoned professional just looking to better acquaint yourself with the program and its various features and filters, you're sure to be well served by this video tutorial. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, watch this free video guide.
This video is about how to make a CD cover. First, open up the image that you have. Then, you need an action script. Click on the action's palette and pick which CD cover you want to do. Then you click step one which will run a template for you to set everything up and place your graphic in. The next thing to do is to slide the graphic image on to the template through the select tool. Then, click free transform found on the edit toolbar and just double click the image. The next step is to edi...
In this video, we are shown how to change the skin color of a person in Photoshop. He starts off by explaining that there are two different methods that you can use to change the skin color. The first method is through Hue and Saturation. With a couple of simple changes, you can change the tone and color of the skin. The second way is the more difficult method. You work through the color balance options in Photoshop. He explains that you will need to learn and play around with the color balan...
This tutorial shows you how to make realistic looking water flow out of a tap or faucet using Photoshop. This is a still image and not an animation.
See how to retouch a graduation portrait in Photoshop.
The video opens up with an introduction from the video sponsor, "Godly Tutorials. It then goes to a screen displaying the basic Photoshop screen. Once there, he opens up an image that is completely black. After that he opens up an image editing window that displays the color scale and also displays various effects. He then picks one of the crystal like effects displayed in the window as well as a color described as baby blue. Once the he changes the layer and adds another crystal effect to th...
Think locally, not globally. Learn how to selectively blur the background of an image while keeping the subject in focus by using a layer mask. Selectively blur parts of an image in Photoshop.
Many professional photographers and artists use various techniques to emphasis a certain color and make it stand out by completely isolating it. In this video, we will use photoshop to leave one color while converting the rest of the picture in to grayscale. After watching this brief tutorial, you too, will have this powerful tool in your arsenal.
Has it been a while since you last colored your hair? Unless you get your hair retouched every month, you're bound to have pesky hair roots popping out. These roots are especially noticeable if you have dyed your hair dark and have naturally light hair, or have naturally dark hair and dyed your hair light.
GIMP is the free alternative to Photoshop, and many of the things that you can do in Photoshop, you can also do in this open source software. Want to see how you'd look with a lip piercing, or want to touch up a photo and add one where there isn't? This tutorial shows you how to add a fake lip piercing to nearly any photo. It's not that difficult - as long as you're familiar with the basics of GIMP, you'll be able to make this work for you!
Make your portraits pop. In this clip, you'll learn how to use Adobe Photoshop CS5 to enhance and add sparkle to someone's eyes. Whether you're new to Adobe's popular raster graphics editing software or a seasoned professional just looking to better acquaint yourself with the program and its various features and filters, you're sure to be well served by this video tutorial. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, watch this free video guide.
In this how to video, you will learn how to create a rock texture in Photoshop. First, open the program. Select your foreground as a gray color and the background as a darker gray. Go to filter and render clouds. Go to filter and noise to add noise. Add about 3 percent and click okay. Add a channel and click filter. Apply the difference clouds multiple times until you get something very dark. Add more noise and then fade the add noise filter. Go back to the original layer and go to filter and...
In this week's episode of PixelPerfect, Bert delves into the world of glass. Many useful techniques are used in creating a detailed bottle of nail polish in Photoshop. Watch and learn how to create and work with glass surfaces in Photoshop.
This video, produced by Photoshop Universe, teaches how to reduce beard stubble or 5 o'clock shadows from male pictures. We are shown how to use the dust and scratches filter, layer mask, as well as the advanced layer style command "blend if" on the underlying layer helps us to make this possible. The first step is to duplicate the layer and then select filter, noise, and dust and scratches. The second step is to apply some dust and scratches to the beard selection. Finally we blur the layer ...
In this how to video, you will learn how to get rid of shine using Photoshop. This is useful if you took a picture using too much flash, causing shine to appear on the faces of those in the photo. First, open the image in Photoshop. Duplicate the background layer. Select the clone stamp tool on the left and select a brush with no hardness. From here, change the opacity to 80 percent. Click the option key on an area of cheek. Now, click on the dots of shine on the faces. This can be used on wr...
Create digital notebook paper in Adobe Photoshop! Whether you're new to Adobe's popular image editing software or simply looking to pick up a few new tips and tricks, you're sure to benefit from this free video tutorial from the folks at IT Stuff TV. For more information, including step-by-step instructions on how to create a notebook paper-style image in Photoshop, watch this graphic designer's guide.
This tutorial teaches you how to save your photos after you've edited them in Photoshop! Tutorial taught using Photoshop CS3 and recorded with Camtasia Studio v5.
This is a tutorial video from Sessions Online Schools of Art & Design's "Photoshop Basics" course. This video is part of Sessions' Graphic, Web, Multimedia Arts, Digital Arts, and Marketing Design certificate programs. You are distorting layers using the transform tool. Use the line tool to check the work. GO Edit: Transform - Distort.
This video tutorial is about removing makeup in a photo using Photoshop. To do this, first of all, open the photo. Then zoom in on the area where you want to remove the makeup. The tool that is to be used to remove makeup is the brush tool. It can be selected from the left pane. After that, on top there will be an option which says mode. Click on the option just near to that and a drop down menu appears. From that list, select the hue option or color option. Both the options serve the same pu...
In this how to video, you will learn how create glowing eyes in the darkness using Photoshop. First, open your image in Photoshop. Next, duplicate the background layer. Go to hue and saturation and make the image really dark by turning down the lightness and saturation. Next, select a paintbrush for the eraser and start erasing around the eyes. Once this is done, make a selection around the pupils. Create a new layer and paint the selection red. Next, lower the flow of the paint brush and cho...
Everybody has a little ogre in 'em, don't they? Make your inner ogre stand out with this tutorial. In it, you will learn how to change a picture of anyone into a Shrek! This fun process is easier than you might think and can be done totally within Photoshop.
Having a clean, stylish, and visually appealing layout is the key to effectively conveying information on flyers. In this Photoshop tutorial, we will plan, layout, and construct a good looking flyer that can be used for virtually anything. Learning how to create a flyer is a skill that can come in handy often, and after watching this tutorial, you should be able to create your own.
In this video tutorial you will learn to use Photoshop to create text that resembles what you often find in video games. Learn to use the different options on Layer Style to achieve the effect you want. This example uses "Battlefield" font, a freeware font which you could find online.
See how to create a fancy "loading" animation using Adobe Photoshop CS4. Whether you're new to Adobe's popular graphic editing program or a seasoned design professional looking to better acquaint yourself with the new features and functions of this particular iteration of the application, you're sure to benefit from this free software tutorial. For more information, watch this designer's guide.
In perhaps 'the laziest tutorial ever' Jimmy R shows you how to filter a photograph with photoshop to make it look like a painting.
If you've ever wanted to quickly create a simple starfield (with a constellation) in Photoshop, here's how. This is part one, creating the source material for the After Effects project that follows in Part 2 ("Fish Star").
If you're the publicity/graphic design person for a fraternity then trust us, you'll be using this Photoshop design A LOT. Wheter you need this realistic looking beer bottle for a banner, invitations, or for decor at a party, it looks very professional.
Learn to create an erupting volcano with spewing and falling lava, smoke and highlights! This clip from PixelPerfect will show you how it's done. Whether you're new to computer graphics, new to Adobe Photoshop CS4 or a seasoned design professional just looking to pick up a few new tips and tricks, you're certain to like this free video software tutorial. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, and to get started making your own volcanic eruptions in Photoshop, wat...
First create a new 800x600 document and fill it with black color. Then create a new Layer and add a white circle with the hard edge Brushtool Select the 'Eraser tool' and use the same brush (a bit smaller) to erase the inside of that circle. Rightclick an layer 1 and go to the blending options. Add a contour. Now you should have a simple ring. Create a new layer again, and drag a dark red/brown circle inside the ring. Open up the Apple Logo (download in discription). Resize/replace it. Rightc...
If you have been learning how to work with smart objects in Photoshop CS3, you may have noticed that some funny things start to happen when you try to use layer masks with smart objects. Most often, you layer mask doesn't move with the smart object. This Photoshop tutorial will show you a workaround for layer masks not linking with smart objects.
I want to pump. You up. OK, even better, why not pump yourself up. No, not through hard work and dilligence, what fun would that be!? No, do it the simple way, by firing up your Photoshop and touching up the photo. What you'll do in this process is "grab" the abs from someone who actually DID work out, and you'll 'borrow' them for your photo. Then, you'll simply graph them onto your own pathetic frame. Voila! Body builder.
Want to fix a backlit picture after the fact? This clip will teach you what you need to know. Whether you're new to Adobe's popular raster graphics editing software or a seasoned professional just looking to better acquaint yourself with the program and its various features and filters, you're sure to be well served by this video tutorial. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, watch this free CS5 video guide.
In the mood for a little digital decadence? Learn how to create virtual drapes using Adobe Photoshop. Whether you're new to Adobe's popular image editing software or simply looking to pick up a few new tips and tricks, you're sure to benefit from this free video tutorial from the folks at Britec Computer Systems. This video offers a step-by-step guide on how to generate fabric-like textures in Photoshop.
Interested in creating a cracked wall texture in Photoshop but aren't quite sure how to go about doing it? See how it's done with this quick guide. Whether you're new to Adobe's popular graphics editor or a seasoned design professional looking to get better acquainted with the industry-standard app, you're sure to benefit from this free software tutorial. For more information, watch this designer's guide.
This Photoshop CS3 tutorial shows you how to create a wedding photography advertisement for a magazine. Using album design techniques in Photoshop, we create a collage-style ad for a bridal magazine. This tutorial is geared towards people who already use Photoshop and have a basic knowledge of the tools and interface.
Photoshop is an amazing tool to use to edit your photos. If you would like to see what you or someone else would look like with a different hair color then Photoshop is the place to do it. Try out something realistic or add a funky color to your favorite celebrity’s style.
This video shows you how to create a realistic shadow of window blinds over the picture of a boy in a photograph that had no window blind shadows using Photoshop. Creating a separate layer, he creates shadows first by using the rectangular marquee, then filling in with black and copying the black stripes across the photograph. The opacity is set to 40%. The shadows look like a casting of the shadows of window blinds over the boy, but is not as realistic as he wants them to be. He then makes a...
In this Adobe Photoshop tutorial Bert creates reflections from scratch with the help of the distortion filter. Learn how to make realistic reflections for your Photoshop artwork where you have glass in front of objects and other real life situations.
This is an animation style which takes real pictures and outlines it to make you look almost cartoon-like. To start with you want to take a picture and get a cut out of the subject with the background transparent. Then get yourself a nice color for the outline and go to filter, sketch, and photocopy. This will look roughly like a colored outline of the subject but then you want to add some more touches by adding detail (usually around 3) and darkness (around 35 is nice).
This image editing software tutorial shows you how to use the image processor tool in Photoshop CS3 to convert your corrected RAW files to a format more suited for printing or retouching; jpeg and Tiff. The image processor is can be used in the Bridge as well as in Photoshop and allows you to convert multiple files at once. See how in this Photoshop CS3 tutorial.