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Editor's Pick in Photoshop Tutorials, April 2005
Blending modes define how layers, fills, strokes, fades and paths blend. Here is a list of blending modes with a description and examples for each one of them.
You can still create stereogram images if your camera does not have a stereogram feature with this tutorial.
Print borderless photographs without a borderless printer by creating a template in Photoshop. Make sure your printer supports heavyweight paper before attempting this tutorial...
Often you will find that photographers offer a "star-appeal" or "dreamy" effect for their photographs. In this tutorial you will learn how to create a "star-appeal" or "dreamy" effect you can use for your own photographs.
Lighten dark areas and darken light areas to reveal details.
Desaturate and lighten an image.
Add a simple and easy border to your photographs.
Learn how to properly open Kodak Photo CD files.
Editor's Pick in Photoshop Articles, April 2005
Image modes define the channels that creates an image.
The human eye usually doesn't see as much contrast as a camera's lens does. Digital flash lightens darker areas and darkens lighter areas reducing the contrast and shadows of photographs just like what a fill flash does. A similar effect is used with some of Hewlett Packard's new digital cameras ...