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How to Create a Graffiti Effect in Adobe Photoshop

What You'll Be Creating Learn how to create graffiti art from your photos in Adobe Photoshop, using filters and adjustments. The graffiti effect is part of Graffiti Effect with Pop Up Photoshop Action from my portfolio on Envato Market. Show More Summary

It’s New Class Friday!

Just One More Flash with Scott Kelby Learn how to add one more flash to your portrait lighting with Scott Kelby! Building on the foundation you gained in Just One Flash, Scott teaches you the why, when, and how of adding a second flash to your Speedlight setup. Show More Summary

How to Create a Colorful Salad Plate in Adobe Illustrator

What You'll Be Creating In his new tutorial you will learn how to draw a colorful salad on a plate, but let's choose a different angle because that means more fun. At the beginning, we will create a simple plate, and after that it's ime...Show More Summary

Lightroom Mobile & The Two Finger Tap

Tell me that headline wouldn’t make a great name for a band? Well, if you add an “s” at the end anyway, otherwise it sounds like a movie series in a Lord of the Rings-style genre “Lightroom Mobile and the Two Finger Tap.” [Opening this Friday at a theater near you]. Show More Summary

I want to help new photographers have a real breakthrough…

If you have a friend, co-worker, or family member that is new to photography, and you want to see them make a real leap to where they’re making much better images right away, have them watch this one minute video below – I think I can help (and it’s 100% free). Show More Summary

How to Create a Color Dust Action in Adobe Photoshop

What You'll Be Creating In this tutorial, I'll show you how to create a color dust explosion effect on any photo. At the end of the tutorial, you'll have an action which will automate the entire process with a single click. I'll tryShow More Summary

How to Create a Set of Veil and Hijab Avatars in Adobe Illustrator

What You'll Be Creating What is a "Hijab" and why is it worn? Hijab in the Arabic language actually means “covered”, or veil/headscarf, but is more commonly used in reference to Islamic women who wear the head covering as a witness of their faith, a sign of modesty, or an expression of their cultural identity. Show More Summary

New Course: Designing Game UI Assets in Adobe Illustrator

What You'll Be Creating One basic requirement of any video game is a user interface. The people who play your game need buttons to press and icons to click, and it's important for them to look as amazing as the rest of your game. InShow More Summary

How to Create a 3D Text Effect Action: Photoshop in 60 Seconds

What You'll Be Creating Welcome to our Photoshop in 60 Seconds series, in which you can learn a Photoshop skill, feature, or technique in just a minute! Photoshop in 60 Seconds: 3D Text Action The 3D functions available in Adobe Photoshop open up a world of endless possibilities for creators. Show More Summary

How to Draw a Skull in Profile, Step by Step

What You'll Be Creating In this tutorial I will show you how to draw a human skull from scratch, step by step. I will explain every little detail of the drawing, and the perspective will be really basic, so you don't need any previous...Show More Summary

Three Tips for Shooting Tethered Into Lightroom

The one and only Terry White has an awesome video with three tips for shooting tethered into Lightroom, and I wanted to share it because I watched the video and immediately picked up a tip about tethered I simply did not know (and now some  things that didn’t make a lick of sense, suddenly do). Show More Summary

It’s Guest Blog Wednesday featuring Gavin Hoey!

Small Studio, Big Potential Around 10 years ago I invested in a wooden cabin at the end of my garden. Finally I got every portrait photographers dream, my own permanent studio and it was HUGE… then I started adding lights, props, anShow More Summary

How to Create a 3D Colorful Illuminated Text Effect in Adobe Photoshop

What You'll Be Creating This tutorial will show you a very easy and useful tip to create colorful illuminated letters using Photoshop's 3D material settings. Let's get started! This text effect was inspired by the many Layer Styles available...Show More Summary

How to Create a Vintage Music Festival Flyer in Adobe InDesign

What You'll Be Creating Summer is here, and festival season is in full swing. If you’re promoting a festival event this year, you can give your publicity a vintage twist with this groovy flyer design. It’s simple to create and will make a fantastic summery statement. Show More Summary

How to Create a Spring Meadow in Adobe Illustrator

What You'll Be Creating In this tutorial, you will learn how to use the Mesh Tool and the Gradient Tool in Adobe Illustrator to create a spring background with a bright white fence! If you want to skip the tutorial and just use thisShow More Summary

How to Sync Your Photo To Lightroom Mobile (in 60-seconds or less)

If you've ever wondered how hard (or easy) it is to sync a collection of images from Lightroom to Lightroom Mobile, Ben Warde shows you how in less than 60-seconds. The post How to Sync Your Photo To Lightroom Mobile (in 60-seconds or less) appeared first on Lightroom Killer Tips.

Photoshop Buried Treasure: Camera Raw One-Key Super Zoom

Hi, gang – here’s another in my new series of Photoshop’s Buried Treasure – this one is a quick, one-click mega zoom that not takes you to a tight zoom right where you want it, it instantly returns you to the tool you were last using. Show More Summary

How to Create an Illustration of a Boy on a Scooter in Adobe Illustrator

What You'll Be Creating Recently I saw an old romantic movie called "Roman Holiday" for the hundredth time, and a great idea came to my mind. After that, I decided to create a modern illustration of a boy on a scooter. Then I browsed many scooter images on GraphicRiver to remind myself (actually to learn) how this form of transportation looks. Show More Summary

Importing In The Background (While You Work On Other Stuff)

Welcome to a brand spankin’ new week — fresh and full of wonderful possibilities. Let’s make the most of it! ???? We kick this just-baked week off with a look at how to change a simple setting so you can import in the background while you’re working on something else. Show More Summary

Behind-the-scenes: Dramatic One-flash Portrait

Happy Monday everybody. I’m sharing one of my favorite portrait lighting set-ups – one that creates lots of drama and shadows yet it’s super easy to set-up. Above: We’re using just one light — an Elinchrom ELC 500 strobe (but this technique will also work, or course, with a Canon, Nikon, Phottix, etc. Show More Summary

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