Nov 26th, 2007 by admin
The holiday weekend is over, so it is time to buckle down and work. But who said work can’t be fun? Photoshop is a tool but also a toy, for anyone who knows and loves the program. Here are five great ways to make the most out of Photoshop, using tools, filters, plugins, tutorials and other resources. Have something to add? Feel free to do so below.
1000s of Free Photoshop Plugins & Filters MegaList: Have you been looking for a way to add some extra zest to your Photoshop images? Have you wanted to find some cool Photoshop filters but didn’t want to spend any of your cash? Amongst all of these sites you will be able to find 1000s of Photoshop plugins and filters.
100 Awesome High Resolution Photoshop Brushes: Lets dive today into a sea of brushes. Hundreds of thousands of sets are lying undiscovered like pirate treasures all over the web. Due to this phenomenally vast amount of Photoshop brushes available, directories are becoming very popular lately.
Automating Photoshop; Actions and Batching Explained If you work in Adobe Photoshop regularly, you’ll often find yourself engaged in repetitive loops that have a tendency to drain on your stamina and attention span. Today I’ll teach you how to use, and embrace the Action menu, a tool that will change the way you approach boring, monotonous tasks. Whether it’s mass resizing photos, embedding watermarks, adding filters, or perhaps something more or less complex, most of it can be automated.
Improving Photoshop Performance on the Cheap: Anyone who uses Photoshop all the time is looking to speed it up—especially, if you’re like me, you’re regularly working on images larger than 200MB. The most obvious tip? Buy a new Mac Pro and load it up with 3GB to 5GB of RAM. Otherwise, check out the rest of this advice.
A Slick Supernatural Text Effect: In this tutorial we’ll be creating a smokey night effect on text to give it an eerie supernatural sort of feel. It’s a good exercise in using the Wave distortion filter…