Tag: Adobe Photoshop CC

20 Realistic Coffee Cup & Mug Mockup Templates

Is there anything better than a warm cup of coffee or tea in the morning? Of course not! Today, we are bringing you a collection of gorgeous Photoshop templates depicting coffee cups and mugs. You can use coffee cup and mug mockups for anything: From branding projects for your clients to giving them a more …

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How to Create a Scratches Photoshop Brush

Grunge effects like textures and scratches can be used to create backgrounds, distress text, or just to add a subtle texture to an element in a design. One of the easiest ways to add texture and scratches is through the use of Photoshop brushes. In this tutorial, we’ll show how you can create a custom …

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25 Photoshop Tutorials for Designing Creative Product Advertisements

This page may include links to our sponsors or affiliate links. Learn more. Advertisements often display a lot of creativity in design. After all, they have to grab the attention of viewers. Photoshop is an excellent tool for designing advertisements and thankfully, there are a number of tutorials that show how to create amazing advertisement …

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CoffeeShop “Vintage Book Covers 1” Fine Art Textures!

How is the week treating you so far? We are doing great, the weather is beautiful and not too cold, so we are spending a lot of time outdoors. That makes me happy. The boys took down the Christmas decorations yesterday while Paul and I were at Costco, and that did make us all a …

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CoffeeShop “Christmas Gold Glitter” Vintage Paper and Frame Set!

Oh my gosh, I had the best time designing this new Christmas paper set! These vintage papers are gorgeous, and have beautiful gold/gold glitter on them. I posted a few examples below. I also included a stunning gold vintage frame, with and without a clipping mask. You can download the set toward the bottom of …

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Fine art photo in Photoshop, free masterclass

How to edit a photo and give it a fine art, painterly feel in Photoshop. This “masterclass” walks you through the process of crafting a photo into a fine art piece that can be printed and displayed.This tutorial is about workflow, all the pieces put together. This isn’t the only workflow that i use. There …

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30 Essential Photoshop Text Tutorials for Beautiful Effects

Photoshop opens up all kinds of creative possibilities for designers. When you’re working with text in your designs, there are endless ways that you can style your text and countless different types of effects that can be created. Whether you’re working on a typographic design or simply using text for something like a poster design, …

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The difference between Saturation and vibrance in Photoshop. How to use both together for the best results

I appreciated this simple, basic, and clear explanation of vibrance/saturation–something I played with without understanding. I’ll likely go back and play with some pictures I thought I had completed 🙂 You’re a fine teacher, Chris–this coming from someone with over 50 years in education! Thank you. Source link

33 Photoshop Tutorials for Designing Backgrounds and Wallpaper

Photoshop offers countless possibilities for creating stunning backgrounds for websites, posters, flyers, wallpapers, and any other type of design. Fortunately, there are a lot of good tutorials that show step-by-step how you can create a specific type of background. In this post, we’ll feature more than 30 different tutorials for creating amazing backgrounds. The tutorials …

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PTC Edits Your Photos #2

This is another episode of PTC Edits your photos for must-know compositing tips! Click here to check out the first entry to this series In this tutorial, we’ll be opening the .PSD document by Ferdinand Hartmann of a wonderful outer space concept. Let’s get started!# Match Luminosity At a glance, you will immediately notice the …

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Cutting out Hair and fur in Photoshop automatically

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