Today we’re going to use one of my favorite Photoshop tools that I use all the time: the Quick Selection tool.
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Photoshop’s Clone Stamp tool is used to copy information from one part of a picture to another part of it.
How to change the color of specific areas in a photo? Well, the process is pretty easy.
While working on your design projects, you might need to add your own customized sparkles here and there.
Parallax is a technique where the background and the foreground move at different speeds, creating an illusion of depth in a 2D environment.
Creating 2D GIF animations in Photoshop is pretty easy. Today we’re going 3D. Well, more like a 3D illusion of a rotating card. Then we will...
Today we’re going to use Photoshop’s blurring techniques to create movement.
In today’s 2-minute video, we will create an awesome retro style text effect.
Today’s challenge is to create a shattered text effect in Photoshop. In this 2-minute video, we will shatter the text twice, and then add a...
Adding spot lights in Photoshop is extremely easy. Today we’re going to take 2 photos, put them in a dark room and add a flashlight using...
Hey! Today we’re going to create a double exposure effect in less than 2 minutes!
The interweaving photo strips is an interesting and popular effect that could be applied to the photo of your choice.
In a previous video (link is below), we learned how to create a spinning animated GIF preloader in Photoshop. At the end of that video, I showed you...
In 2 minutes, we’re going to use Photoshop’s 3D features to create a 3D text and add it to a real photo.
So you have a layer with effects (layer styles) and you want the mask to hide not only the layer itself, but its layer styles as well.
When you’re working on a photo in Photoshop, sometimes you wish the photographer moved his camera a little bit to the left or to the right. It...
Today we’re gonna create a nice text effect.
Have you ever wanted to troll someone? Why not send them YOUR troll face?
Tip of the day: Don’t leave your coffee on the other side of the screen. On the bright side, if you happen to do that, you can get it back in...
Create the perfect optical illusion using just Adobe Photoshop and your face!