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CampFireJack
This is one of those tutorials that has the potential of explaining 20 different ways to go about getting something done. I'll cover one or two down below, but if you've got specific questions...
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EmeraldHike
The entire topic of resolution and image size can get technical. Because of that, not many people are interested in it. It's sort of like talking about color and print settings. Even my eye glaze...
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15Katey
Have you ever wanted to brighten or darken the interface of your Photoshop installation? Did you even know you could do that? You can if you want and it only takes a few simple steps to do so. You...
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KristinaW
Here are a few things I bet you never knew about this program. Both the Tools panel and options bar in Adobe Photoshop have some interesting characteristics about them. They can do some things...
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KristinaW
KristinaW
Working in Adobe Photoshop is all about being comfortable and efficient. Yes, you'll need many photo editing and graphics skills, but there's nothing more frustrating than bumping into irrelevant...
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JodyBuchanan
Let's talk about the panels we see inside Photoshop for a moment. There's a lot to learn about these panels, but I'll limit this post to just a few aspects of them in this post. Today, I'd like to...
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CaptainDan
I'll write this post for all the people out there who make mistakes in Photoshop and need to undo them. Of course, I don't, so I don't need to know any of this, but from what I hear, others do...
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EmeraldHike
The type tools in Photoshop are some of the most popular in the entire application, so I thought I'd discuss a bit about their settings and options in today's post. I'll give you some background...
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EmeraldHike
LukeLewis
Adobe Photoshop is full of tools. Some we can see readily, while others are hidden from view. In today's post, I'd like to cover three different methods for choosing a hidden tool from the Toolbar...
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LukeLewis
EmeraldHike
There are many areas of Photoshop that remain a mystery to most users. I've been using this application for over 20 years and I'm sure there are entire sections I remain oblivious of. One common...
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EmeraldHike
15Katey
Using the Ruler Tool in Adobe Photoshop can be quite helpful at times. I use it often. Sometimes I use it when creating graphics for the web, but most of the time, it's for print. When creating...
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LukeLewis
I remember back when I first began using Adobe Photoshop. One of the very first things I noticed in the workspace was the Color Picker. I didn't know it was called that back then, but I do now...
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LukeLewis
EmeraldHike
Brightening an image in Adobe Photoshop is super easy. This process has changed through the years, but the goal is just as simple to accomplish as it's always been. Today though, there's a layer...
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EmeraldHike
JodyBuchanan
Oftentimes, if you would like to use a photo for something special or important, you'll need to sharpen in in post-processing. You can't count on your images being super sharp directly from your...
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JodyBuchanan
Phoenix1
There are a few different methods for enlarging and shrinking the view of an image in Adobe Photoshop. Each one is super simple to use. In today's post, I'll walk you through all of the different...
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Phoenix1
EmeraldHike
After you open a file in Adobe Photoshop, you'll notice all sorts of things in the workspace. One of them is the toolbar, which is all the way to the left of said workspace. The toolbar can be...
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EmeraldHike
LukeLewis
As you become more familiar with Adobe Photoshop, you'll find that there are a number of ways to do just about everything. This is true for opening and closing files. My personal workflow includes...
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LukeLewis
EmeraldHike
The home screen in Adobe Photoshop has got to be one of the most ignored areas in the entire program. I'm not sure I've ever used it. I usually enter Photoshop straight from either Bridge or...
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EmeraldHike
EmeraldHike
In this post, I'd like to cover a few quick housekeeping topics in Adobe Photoshop. These things have nothing to do with editing photos per se; they have more to do with the application itself...
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EmeraldHike
J
Hello, I was sent here from another forum. I am trying to record a Photoshop CC 2021 action to run as a batch. Do you know how I can set the Name field to be the next opened file? Thanks in advance!
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