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How To: Combine Two Images in Adobe Photoshop CS5.1

Video: . In Adobe Photoshop CS5.1 there are several ways to perform same action. I make a video tutorial in which you can learn that how to combine two images to perform your different operations. I used a very simple and quick method. To follow my method you can get a quick adjustment of two or more then two images just in single frame and get the result you desire.

How To: Edit a raw photo file using Adobe Photoshop

If you're new to Adobe Photoshop, editing photos can be a bit intimidating, especially when dealing with raw file formats. But with the help of this Photoshop tutorial, you'll be able to fix up your raw photos without any problems. Gavin Hoey walks you through his steps of Camera Raw in CS5, using an awesome picture of Matisyahu as an example, tweaking and fixing the pic using the crop, white balance, temperature and noise tools.

How To: Photoshop the Universe (Just Like NASA Does)

NASA just released this beautiful image of what's leftover from a supernova explosion. The red cloud is expanding cosmic debris, the blue is a blast wave of electrons, and the stripes at the edge tell of a high energy burst of x-rays that may be bound for earth. This image was enhanced—Photoshopped—so that scientists can have an easier time interpreting the picture and so that the public can have an easier time appreciating the beauty of nature.

How To: Get a virtual six pack in Photoshop

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.

How To: Use Photoshop to create six pack abs

Who has time to go to the gym any more? Not to mention the money. And then there's all that heavy lifting if you do get there. Why not just fire up Photoshop and turn that 96 lb weakling into a gym monkey beefcake? This Photoshop editing technique for giving a similar look dodging and burning only a lot quicker. This is a technique was developed by Photoshop Guru Calvin Hollywood. This tutorial will show you how it's done. In no time at all you'll be faking out people with your touched up pho...

How To: Isolate one color with Adobe Photoshop

This how to will teach you how to single out one color with Adobe's Photoshop CS5. This technique will work with other versions of PS as well. With this trick, you'll be able to create some fantastic effects, make colors pop, or simply highlight something you want to show off. It's not hard to do, and a useful things to know if you're planning on putting your Photoshop skills to use in a professional manner. Now you can remove all but one color in Photoshop.

How To: Use the bubbles effect in Photoshop to make it look like your model is nude

Start with a photograph of a woman in a bikini. Open the picture in Adobe Photoshop. Now, learn how to use the Bubbles effect to make it look as though your model is not wearning anything! All you need is a little familiarity with Photoshop, since you will be working with layers and a few more advanced tools in the program. And make sure not to use your photograph to any nefarious purposes - this tutorial is just for fun, only!

How To: Create a Post-it note in Photoshop

Now, instead of leaving Post-It notes on a monitor screen, you can create virtual Post-It notes in Adobe Photoshop! This is a quick tutorial for the intermediate to advanced user of Photoshop, showing you how to create a square, yellow graphic that looks strikingly like the Post-It notes you can find at office supply stores! Add to your website, incorporate in PowerPoint presentations, or use wherever you see a need for a virtual sticky note!

How To: Use the Clone Stamp and Blur tools in Photoshop to remove straps and tanlines

So you have a great photo of a girl in a bikini, but you want to get rid of some of the straps and tan lines in the picture. Fortunately, Adobe Photoshop has the tools you need to accomplish this! The video below is a tutorial that shows you how to use the Clone Stamp and Blur tools to get rid of things like tan lines, bra straps and bikini strings. Some familiarity with Photoshop is recommended before trying this.

How To: Remove shadows from a photo in Photoshop

Photoshop remains one of the coolest digital editing tools of all time, and if you're a user, you're likely discovering new tricks every day. One of the most helpful tricks is removing a shadow from an object, such as a face, a car, a cat, a dog or like this tutorial, a child. This excellent tutorial walks you through each and every step to show you how to use Adobe Photoshop to make those shadows vanish. Check it out and clean up your photos today!

How To: Create a box mosaic effect in Adobe Photosop

A box mosaic is an interesting technique you can use to add interest to your project in Adobe Photoshop. This tutorial shows you how to set up a brush effect and then use that brush effect to create the patterned box mosaic look for your next project. Create a box mosaic effect in Adobe Photosop.

How To: Design custom shoes using Photoshop

Custom leather sneakers like Dunks and Air Force Ones are becoming popular canvases for painters lately, who transform the white slab-sides of the kicks into awesome artworks. This video will show you how to design a custom shoe in Photoshop, working out the kinks before you put paint to shoe and wind up ruining a $120 dollars pair because you painted something you didn't want on it.

How To: Customize sneakers in Photoshop before you paint them

Basketball shoes are expensive, so if you want to use something like Dunks (a big, beautiful white leather canvas) for a custom painted sneaker project you better know what you want to do before you start. Enter Photoshop. This video will teach you how to use Photoshop to plan your kick design out before you paint, helping ensure that you kicks come out the way you want.

How To: Change a dress color using Adobe Photoshop

Adobe Photoshop is an amazing digital photo editing tool that let's you do a myriad of tasks. In this tutorial you will learn how to change the color of fabric, like a dress, from the existing color to whatever you wish it to be. You'll be using the magic lasso and playing with the color balance sliders to make it happen. The video is quick, but should be all you need to get your job done. So go for it and make that red green now!

How To: Change the color of dresses in Photoshop

If you're using Adobe Photoshop, you may come across a situation where you or a client wishes to change the color of an item of clothing, say a dress, or shorts, or a shirt, or socks, or shoes, or a hat, or gloves - virtually anything - this tutorial can show you how to make it happen. This quick how to is easy to follow and just what you'll need!

How To: Change a dress colour using Photoshop CS5

If you're a fashion designer using Adobe's Photoshop CS5, you already know you can do a host of amazing things. One of the things you'll likely wan to do over and over again is check out your creations in different colors. This quick how to demonstrates what you need to do to go from red to yellow, green to blue, mauve to black and back again. Check it out!

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