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Wednesday, September 11th, 2013 | Author: admin

Are you a baseball fan? How does a base ball inspired stitch effect in Photoshop sound to you? Cool, right? Then let’s get started. Spruce up your designs, be it poster, banner or T-shirt with this uber-cool stitch effect in few quick steps and grab instant attention of your friends. Bingo, I say!

Main Component(s) used:  Brush Preset, Transform, Expand and Layer Style Options etc.

Follow Just 6 simple steps help you to create baseball inspired stitch effect:

Step 1 :-

Choose bold font for this effect.

Step 2 :-Press the Ctrl/Cmd key and click the text layer’s icon to create a selection.

Step 3 :-

Go to Select > Modify > Expand, and set the value =15. This will expand the selection outwards.

Step 4 :-

Take a new layer under the text and fill the selection with white.

Step 5 :-

Press Ctrl/Cmd + Click the text layer’s icon once again, then go to Select > Modify > Expand, and set the value=1. Press delete key on stroke layer.

Step 6 :-

This is optional; inverse the selection and delete the unwanted part.

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Tuesday, July 23rd, 2013 | Author: admin

Create super fun pop out effect in Photoshop with this week’s tutorial. Add an interesting element in your design my making your images pop out of the frame. We always strive to bring something new to you, and this unique and innovative tutorial will spruce up any design in a jiffy.  Make your picture hop a little jump a little with this easy peasy tutorial!

Main Component(s) used:  Layer Mask, Refine Edge, Transform and Gradient fill etc.

Follow Just 5 simple steps teach you how to POP out your photo.

Step 1 :-

Open any similar kinf of image in Photoshop.

Step 2 :-

Duplicate the image twice with Ctrl+J. Take a new layer under the top layer while pressing ctrl key; name it frame.

Step 3 :-

Choose Rectangular Marquee Tool and make a selection as shown in the screenshot.

Step 4 :-

Go to Edit > Stroke and choose white as color and 12px width as shown in the screenshot.

Step 5 :-

Go to Edit > Transform > Perspective and using corner nodes give a similar shape as shown in the screenshot.

Step 6 :-

Select frame layer while pressing Ctrl key to get the selection.

Step 7 :-

Press “Q” for quick mask.

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Friday, September 21st, 2012 | Author: admin

So, you clicked your picture on a nice, clear day and are now looking for a way to give it a deep dark night look? Well, we have got a quick and easy to understand Photoshop tutorial to help you recreate the mood of your picture. Simply download this tutorial and transform your day shot into that of a moonlit night now!!

Main component(s) used: Pen Tool, Brush Tool, Photo Filter, Blending Option and Layer Style.


These 6 easy steps will help you to change the mood of your picture.

Step 1 :-

Take a day light camera image.


Step 2 :-

Go to Image > Adjustment > Selective Color and select white in droplet color menu; set the value of
other color as shown in the screenshot.

Step 3 :-

Choose History Tool and set the previous history in palette; apply on rest of image except sky part.

Step 4 :-

Go to Image > Adjustment > Photo filter and set the warming filter with orange color as shown in the screenshot.

Step 5 :-

Go to Image > Adjustment > Brightness/ Contrast and set the value.

Step 6 :-

Choose History Tool and apply on the sign boards to reduce the yellowish tone.

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Tuesday, February 28th, 2012 | Author: admin

Unleash the spirit of vengeance with this ‘Ghost Rider’ Photoshop tutorial. This expert tutorial tells you how to create that hell blazing vigilante ghost rider look. Get started and be a fiery antihero!

Main component(s) used: Brush Tool, Pen tool, Gradient tool, Path, Warp Tool and Color mask etc.



These 7 steps helps you how to create that hell blazing vigilante ghost rider.

Step 1 :-

Take an similar aggressive image and open in Photoshop. Respect the copyright law.

Step 2 :-

Choose Magic Wand Tool to remove background of image. Copy the image by Ctrl+J.


Step 3 :-

Go to Image > Adjustment > Bright & Contrast.

Step 4 :-

Go to Layer > Layer Style and set the background with gradient as shown in the screenshot.

Step 5 :-

Set the color in color overlay. Set color opacity as shown in the screenshot.

Step 6 :-

Make selection around the hands with Pen Tool and fill black color.

Step 7 :-

Go to Layer > Layer style and set the value of Bevel and Emboss.


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Wednesday, December 28th, 2011 | Author: admin

Who says we cannot control the weather? With Photoshop, we certainly CAN! Even if a picture is taken under the scorching sun, we can add snow to the picture with the tools, layers and much more! Follow this Snow Fall tutorial and let Photoshop do the magic for you by adding that realistic falling snow to your photographs.

Main component(s) used: Brush Tool, Filters,Blur filter, Noise, Layer Blending option, etc.


These 6 steps tell you how to adding that realistic falling snow to your photographs.

Step 1 :-

Take an bright clear image to show your effect. Go to Adjustment> Hue/Saturation or Ctrl+U and down the saturation of the image as shown in the screenshot.

Step 2 :-

Take a new layer and fill black color; go to Filter > Render > Differnent Clouds.


Step 3 :-

You will get a cloud image.

Step 4 :-

Change the clouds layer Bending Mode to Linear Dodge (Add).

Step 5 :-

Choose Eraser Tool to remove extra whiteness over clouds area.

Step 6 :-

Choose Brush Tool with selecting white color and apply on green grass as shown in screenshot.

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