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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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Wednesday, May 16th, 2012 | Author: admin

Colored photographs represent vividness while black and white photographs remind us of the old memories. But what if we combine the two effects? This expert Photoshop tutorial tells you how to add color to a black and white image and convert it into a lively picture using gradient map. Get started now and let your image express colorful emotions!

Main component(s) used: Quick Selection Tool, Gradient Map, and inverse etc.

These 6 easy steps help you how to use layer mask to create the effect:

Step 1 :-

Take a nice colorful image. Open in photoshop and please respect the copyright law.

Step 2 :-

Choose Quick Selction Tool and selction those portion that you remain in color.

Step 3 :-

Go to Select > Inverse to inverse the selection.

Step 4 :-

Press “D” to default foreground/background color. Go to Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Gradient Map and click on oK in New layer information

Step 5 :-

In Adjustment Gradient Map choose third Gradient (B/W) for bright black and white image.

Step 6 :-

Select layer mask on gradient map layer, apply brush tool on those parts that you forget to select and want to color (make sure foreground color is black). Apply brush tool on those part of image that you don’t want in color (make sure foregrougnd color is white)

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Thursday, June 17th, 2010 | Author: admin

It is difficult to believe but Photoshop indeed turns 20 this year! So whether you are new to Photoshop or can remember jumping for joy when Adobe came up with layers, you will fall in love with these 20 timeless Photoshop tips:

This is right; Photoshop celebrates 20 wonderful and progressive years! Require a refresher on when Adobe introduced curves or vector shapes to this wonderful application? Well, all you need to do is to go to the official anniversary web page at www.photoshop20anniversary.com. However read on and find out these 20 fantastic tips:

Tip 1: Preview your type in different fonts fast

Tip 2: Restore a converted background layer

Tip 3: Copy layer adjustments

Tip 4: Zoom while you crop

Tip 5: Layer blending mode shortcut

Tip 6: Hide selection edges

Tip 7: Create drop shadows with multiple light sources

Tip 8: Add to or subtract from your selections

Tip 9: Give a quick color change to your image

Tip 10: Conceal the transparent checkerboard indicator

Tip 11: Make perfect circular selections from the center point

Tip 12: Put a new layer below the active layer

Tip 13: Save time with the help of the reset button

Tip 14: Make bigger layers panel thumbnails

Tip 15: Stroke a path quickly

Tip 16: Place layer styles on their own layers

Tip 17: Put out of action a layer mask

Tip 18: Draw a straight line perfectly

Tip 19: Copy and transform your image at the same time

Tip 20: Make a part of a layer see-through

Monday, April 05th, 2010 | Author: admin

You never need to uninstall the program to reset all settings,  but here we are sharing a way to reset everything all at once. Press the ALT+CTRL+”Shift” key and launch the Adobe Photoshop.

For Mac users: Cmd + Option + Shift Photoshop will stop loading and display the following dialog box.

**Please note, there is no going back, once you Left click the “Yes” button it will reset EVERYTHING as if you just installed the program!

“Delete The Adobe Photoshop Setting Files?”

Tuesday, March 30th, 2010 | Author: admin

Adobe CS5 is a ramped up collection of video editing, web development and graphic design applications of Adobe Systems. It consists of applications such as Photoshop CS5, Acrobat, Flash CS5, Illustrator CS5, InDesign CS5 which are based upon technologies like PostScript, PDF, and Flash.

However, there is a flipside to it. It is just the official unveiling or in the words of Adobe “Launch” day for the public. But the software won’t be available for the public to buy that very day. No release date has been announced as yet. Market experts are skeptical about the release anytime sooner than the late 2010. So everyone let’s keep our fingers crossed because CS5 is about to arrive and when it does, it will be here to stay.