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Going Solo

Here is a quick tip for you to make your workflow just […] The post Going Solo appeared first on Lightroom Killer Tips.

How to Add a Grid Effect to Any Photo in Photoshop

In the following Photoshop tutorial you’ll learn how to add a Grid effect to any photo. We will use selections and layer masks in order to achieve the grid effect. Final Image As always, this is the final image that we’ll be creating: Tutorial Details Program: Adobe Illustrator CS3 Estimated Completion Time: 30 minutes Difficulty: [...]Show More Summary

Create a Design Moodboard: Communicating Color and Texture in Adobe InDesign

What You'll Be Creating Moodboards are a great way of organizing your ideas for a design project. You can simply use a moodboard as a personal creative aid, providing inspiration and direction for tackling a brief. Moodboards are also fantastic methods of communicating your creative ideas to a client. Show More Summary

Spot The Disaster: Hamburg Festival

PsD reader Dagmar was standing in a bus stop in Germany, when suddenly: Can you spot the disaster?? Hint: Maybe attendance was a little low for this event. The post Spot The Disaster: Hamburg Festival appeared first on PSD : Photoshop Disasters .

It’s Guest Blog Wednesday featuring Kevin Mullins!

Firstly I want to thank Scott and Brad for allowing me a space here. I wondered what to write about, but I suppose, in the end, I thought it just made sense to tell the story of why I shoot and how I shoot. >>> It’s a Monday in June 2009. My wifeContinue...

First Magazine: Catherine Bell’s Mismatched Shoulders

Drop 11 pounds in 7 days simply by having your shoulder amputated! Or… whatever happened to poor Catherine Bell here. Thanks to Brenda for snapping a picture of this magazine while waiting in the supermarket checkout line. The post First Magazine: Catherine Bell’s Mismatched Shoulders appeared first on PSD : Photoshop Disasters .

Creating an Adorable Strawberry Tiger in Adobe Illustrator

What You'll Be Creating Are you a fan of tigers as much as I am? If so, you might have heard of the rare and appropriately named Golden Tabby Tiger, also known as a Strawberry Tiger. In this tutorial we'll go through the step-by-step process to make our own cute little bundle of golden fur. 1. Show More Summary

New Opportunity for Freelance Writers at Envato Studio

Are you a freelance writer? Are you looking to get more business? If so, our parent company Envato has an exciting opportunity for you. Envato Studio is an online shopfront for freelance services, with dozens of categories including logo design, photo retouching and icon design. Show More Summary

How to Create a Stencil Banner Text Effect in Adobe Photoshop

What You'll Be Creating Warping objects is a fantastic way of achieving some great, realistic effects. This tutorial will show you how to use shape properties, smart objects, textures, layer styles, and brushes to create a simple, stencil banner text effect. Show More Summary

Photographing Richmond’s Historic Byrd Theater

Above: It was a cold, gray day in Richmond — perfect for shooting indoors. Here’s an iPhone pic of me in front of The Byrd (photo by Brad Moore). So, last month I’m reading USA Today (online) and I run across an article about classic old historic movie theaters (link) and I saw that oneContinue...

Moving All Your Images From Aperture Is Now Built Right In To Lightroom

Greetings from Las Vegas (I’m out here for the WP […] The post Moving All Your Images From Aperture Is Now Built Right In To Lightroom appeared first on Lightroom Killer Tips.

Facial Expressions

Facial Expressions is a new exhibition of work by membe […]

Icon Design in Sketch: Open Assignment

Here’s an open assignment for budding icon designers: your task is to design a harmonious suite of icons for a “Cinema Scheduling” app. The assignment objectives are as follows: Assignment Objectives To create a pixel-perfect glyph for he...Show More Summary

Pixie: The Giant Kitten Will Eat You Now

Oh, what a cute kitten. A cute (enormous-oh-my-god-we’re-all-going-to-dieeee!) kitten.   Physical things get a digital identity. A huge digital identity, I guess. Found here. Thanks for sending it in, Charlie. The post Pixie: The Giant Kitten Will Eat You Now appeared first on PSD : Photoshop Disasters .

The Complete Beginner’s Guide to Chinese Fonts

How many glyphs are there in a Chinese font set? Does Chinese have “serifs” and “sans-serifs”? What is the Helvetica of the Chinese font world? We’ll answer all these questions and more as we cannonball into the deep end of East Asian typography. Show More Summary

How to Paint a Dapper Victorian Cat in Adobe Photoshop

What You'll Be Creating Digital artists have the unique ability to travel back in time by tapping into the styles and techniques of other periods. In today's tutorial I'll show you how to create a fun, dapper cat, inspired by the beautiful portrait paintings of the Victorian era. Show More Summary

Creative Arabic Calligraphy: Kashida, Ta'jîm and Tashkîl

What You'll Be Creating In this lesson we'll look at two more sets of "design elements" before we start putting it all together to create letterforms and compositions. Kashida: The Art of Justification Spacing, which we have studiedShow More Summary

Today, I’m Loving Mylio on a Whole New Level

First, if you’re not familiar with Mylio (and you’re concerned about protecting your images, and you love the idea of having access to all your photos wherever you are), jump over to this link and see what it’s about, then come right back here (by the way, you can download a free trial while you’reContinue...

Hands on with the Profoto B2 & OCF Modifiers

Hey everyone, RC here. At KelbyOne we were excited to spend some time with the new Profoto B2 packs as well as the new OCF Modifiers. In this video, I go over the details on this new portable pack system. For more information, please visit the Profoto Off Camera Flash page at

Setting Up A Print Proof to Test The Brightness Slider

Here's one way to set up a proof print to test the Brightness slider in the Print Module against how your own monitor looks. That way, you'll know the right percentage of brightness to add to make your print match the brightness of your screen. The post Setting Up A Print Proof to Test The Brightness Slider appeared first on Lightroom Killer Tips.

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