Adobe Photoshop is a powerful application that enables users to edit their pictures, images or graphics,
We strongly hope! This collection will surely guide you in a right possession to learn basics about Photoshop, such as image editing, cropping, resizing and Photoshop toolbar using, making it possible to utilize all of its tools.
Let’s have a try and start learning with these useful Photoshop beginner tutorials. Enjoy!
You’ve heard of Photoshop, right? Of course you have — you wouldn’t be reading this book otherwise! You’ve probably heard of Photoshop’s sidekick, Fireworks, too, but you might not be quite sure of what it does or where it fits in.
Quite a bold statement, Learn Photoshop in 24 hours. Its simple and you can.
Stepping into Photoshop at first can be quite daunting, were do you start? With these 20 tutorials we have given you some direction, you will start of with some very basic techniques and build towards the more advanced. By the end of it you will be an expert.
Effects can be added to individual layers in Photoshop that automatically change as a layer is modified. The combination of effects on any given layer is called its Layer Style. We’ll teach you how to use and make your own layer styles in this tutorial.
This is the third of a series of tutorials thought for Photoshop beginners. I’ll explain in depth those features that can result difficult to understand for a newbie. In the previous two articles I’ve explained how the pen tool works and some useful extracting techniques.
Who doesn’t know the Type Tool? This is maybe one of the most powerful and useful tools of Photoshop. We’ve all used it at least once, but do you know all its potential? That’s why I decided to write a comprehensive guide about Photoshop’s Type tool, including do’s and don’ts of the most important features of this tool.
The free transform tool can be daunting if you don’t know how to use it. The tool has a lot of hidden options that make it quite powerful. In this tutorial we will be manipulating a simple square to show you the basics and then we will move on to a real life application.
Filters are used to change the appearance of an image, layer or selection in Photoshop. In this tutorial, I’ll introduce you to some common filters, and show you how to use them.
In this article I’ll explain some of the different and powerful selection tools that are available in Photoshop. This guide is aimed at beginners, but can hopefully provide a few extra pointers for more advanced users. Personally I find it very easy to get stuck using only one selection tool, when it can be beneficial to experiment with several in your work.
In this lesson, you’ll be introduced to Adobe Photoshop’s Toolbox, and a lot of the tools it has to offer. A solid understanding of the tools showcased in this tutorial will lead to better comprehension of Photoshop in general.
I’ve had a few noobs ask about installing Brushes, Shapes in Photoshop, so in this tutorial I’ll demonstrate how to install new Photoshop Brushes and also discuss a few techniques that will help you keep your additions organized and safe.
In this series of Adobe Photoshop tutorials, we’re going to look at everything you need to know to get up and running with Photoshop Actions! We’ll look at what Photoshop actions are and what the difference is between an action and an action set. We’ll explore some of Photoshop’s Default Actions as well as the additional action sets that install for free with Photoshop. We’ll learn all about the Actions palette, how to play an action, how to edit an action, how to view the details of an action, how to analyze an action by playing through it one step at a time, how to load, save and delete actions, and of course, how to record our very own actions from scratch! There’s lots to learn, so let’s get started!
Adjustment layers in Photoshop provide a quick, non-destructive way to edit and and make changes to your photos. In this tutorial we will cover some of the different types of adjustment layers and how they work.
In previous tutorials, we learned how to draw simple shape-based selections with Photoshop’s Rectangular and Elliptical Marquee Tools. Using these tools is easy enough, yet it’s amazing how frustrating it can be sometimes to draw a selection in exactly the right shape, size and location we need. Often, we click in the wrong spot to begin the selection…
Photoshop’s Free Transform command is one of its most useful and often used features, a one-stop shop for resizing, reshaping, rotating and moving images and selections within a document. In this tutorial, we learn the essential skills and shortcuts for getting the most out of this powerful feature, including how to switch to other helpful transform modes without leaving Free Transform!
With its amazing ability to blend photos together in so many interesting ways, Photoshop’s creative potential is truly limited only by our own skills and imagination. But if you’re new to Photoshop, blending even two images together can seem like an impossible task because Photoshop opens each new image in its own separate, independent document, and the only way to blend images together is if they’re all inside the same document. Fortunately, moving photos from one document into another is easy, as we’re about to see!
The Magic Wand Tool, known simply as the Magic Wand, is one of the oldest selection tools in Photoshop. Unlike other selection tools that select pixels in an image based on shapes or by detecting object edges, the Magic Wand selects pixels based on tone and color. Many people tend to get frustrated with the Magic Wand (giving it the unfortunate nickname “tragic wand”) because it can sometimes seem like it’s impossible to control which pixels the tool selects. In this tutorial, we’re going to look beyond the magic..
In a previous Photoshop tutorial, we learned how the Magic Wand Tool works and why it can be a great choice for selecting areas of similar tone and color. In that tutorial, we used the Magic Wand to easily select the clear blue sky in an image, which we then replaced with one that was a bit more interesting. But if any of Photoshop’s selection tools deserve to be called “magic”, it’s not the Magic Wand. It’s the tool we’ll be looking at in this tutorial – the Quick Selection Tool.
If someone told you that you could be making a big mistake just by opening your images in Photoshop, you might expect the next words out of their mouth to be, “That’s why you should buy my competing photo editing software instead!”. Yet what if they were right? No, not about buying some other image editing program. What if you really are doing something wrong every time you open one of your photos in Photoshop? Sounds crazy? Well, if you’re serious about your images but you’ve been using Photoshop’s default color settings for all of your editing work, guess what? Yup… big mistake. In this tutorial, we’ll find out why it’s a mistake and how to avoid making it ever again.