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1. Quick mask mode is a powerful way of selection in Photoshop. It is a selection based on the masking of the desired portion of an image. It is used for minute and accurate selections.
2. Start with opening an image with a multicolored background...
1. Create new file with 72 PPI and white background. Select Rectangular Marquee Tool and draw rectangle to create brick.<br/> 2. Fill it with the color. If you want to fill foreground color press Alt + Del.<br/> 3. Choose Airbrush Tool with soft brush...
1. Layer masking can be used to create advanced mixing effects without changing original images.
2. Open Photoshop. Open main image which will be used as a base.
3. Open another image to apply Layer Masking Techniques...
1. Create new file with 72 PPI and white background.
2. Select Elliptical Marquee tool. Place the cursor in the center of the image approximately.
3. Press Shift+Alt and draw perfect circle...
1. Type the text.
2. Layer > Layer Style > Bevel and Emboss
3. Depth 400
4. Select Drop Shadow...
1. Try Complete Wood Texture Page before starting this tutorial.
2. Create a new file and view Grids. Create a new layer. Using snap to Grids and Rectangular Marquee Tool, draw the rectangular selection. Fill it with black...
1. Try Complete Wood Texture Page before starting this tutorial.
2. Create a new file and view Grids. Using snap to Grids and Polygon Lasso Tool, set a selection segment points to create the top part of the frame.
3. Make a new layer and fill the selection with black...
1. Try Complete Wood Texture Page before starting this tutorial.
2. Create a new file and view Grids. Create a new layer. Using snap to Grids and Rectangular Marquee Tool, draw the rectangular selection. Fill it with any color...
1. Create new file with 72 PPI and white background. The mode has to be Grayscale. Type the text with thick font.
2. Layer > Flatten Image
3. Filter > Stylize > Diffuse (mode "Darken Only")
4. Blur > Gaussian Blur (Radius 1.0)
5. Distort > Ripple ...
1. Create new file with 72 PPI and white background. The mode has to be Grayscale. Type the text with thick font.
2. Select > Load Selection (Choose Layer Transparency)
3. Layer > Flatten Image
4. Select > Inverse ...