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Video Tutorial: The Pen Tool – In Depth

Watch Free Online Photoshop Video Tutorial: Photoshop – The Pen Tool – In Depth [HD]

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Video Tutorial: Glow Effects in Photoshop

Watch Free Online Photoshop Video Tutorial: “Glow Effects in Photoshop”

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How it Was Made: BoxedArt Website Design

We’re proud of our new website design that has been painstakingly developed for We’ve poured months into the design, content, and programming in order to re-launch the best possible service, and now we’re showing the secrets of how all of the eye candy was made. So without further ado, here is a step by step guide on how our shiny new layout was developed in Photoshop.

Alright, let’s start with design…

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Create a Business Card in PSD

We will be making a great looking Business Card for your use, this tutorial is quick and easy which is why its a great way to creating a Business Card. This tutorial will take you step by step in creating a Business Card using Photoshop. Like always and the final PSD file can be found at the end of this Tutorial, Enjoy.

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How to do Professional Facial Retouching in Photoshop

Today i decided to create one new tutorial where you can learn how to do professional facial retouching that professionals use for photo processing in fashion magazines.

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Top 10 Tips on Portrait Photography

Top 10 Tips on Portrait Photography: Adobe Photoshop
Use a lens that has a wide aperture like a 1.2, 1.4, 1.8. The 50mm 1.8 is only $100, and it is a terrific lens! My whole body of work is done with a 50mm 1.8 and a Canon Rebel XS. So with that 1.6 crop factor it becomes an 80mm lens that is a perfect perspective to take portraits!

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How to create a clean and slick button in Photoshop

How to create a clean and slick button using Adobe Photoshop [Tutorial: Basics]

Welcome to this beginner tutorial which will teach you how to create a clean and elegant button in Adobe Photoshop as shown in the preview above. This tutorial also uses keyboard shortcuts, I hope that wouldn’t be a problem for absolute beginners. There are many methods for doing a particular task in Photoshop and there is almost always room for improvement and this tutorial is no exception. So, for any questions or suggestions, post a comment.

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How to Correctly Position Subjects in an Image

How to correctly position subjects in an Image…
In movies the best special effects are the ones you can’t detect. In photomontage applies the same. How many times we look at a montage and instinctively we detect there something wrong; the subject clearly looks superimposed. There is a very simple rule that applies in every image and it can make your subjects really appear like they were originally in the shot.

How to correctly position subjects in an image

A Comprehensive Introduction to the Type Tool

Who doesn’t know the Type Tool? This is maybe one of the most powerful and useful tools of Photoshop. We’ve all used it at least once, but do you know all its potential? That’s why I decided to write a comprehensive guide about Photoshop’s Type tool, including do’s and don’ts of the most important features of this tool.
A Comprehensive Introduction to the Type Tool

Mastering “Bevel and Emboss”

In this micro tutorial I will teach you how to get the very best out of the “Bevel and Emboss” tool that Photoshop has to offer to make your designs look ultra realistic. Before we get going there are some pointers that need to be expressed. A design can be ultra correct and still not have that realistic look to it. This is usually due to three different factors.

Click here for the free tutorial: Mastering “Bevel and Emboss” – From Beginner to Pro