Tutorials Photoshop Tutorials (350 materials)
Create new 500x500 transparent document. <br/> Filter->Render->Clouds Filter->Stylize->Find edges Image->Adjustements->Invert <br/> Image->Adjutement->Hue/Saturation use these settings: Colorize-checked Hue: 190 Saturation: 100 Lightness: +15 Now zoom out image (ctrl-)
Make a lens flare on a transparent background. This allows you to play with blending modes, positioning, colorizing and more to come up with a very nice (and unique) effect.
This is just a simple tutorial on how to save your images with transparency
<span>Editor's Pick in Photoshop Tutorials, October 2005</span><br/>Here you'll find some extremely useful (and not very well-known) selection techniques: once you learn them, you will wonder how you ever got by without them!
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Add a holographic effect to your photos.
This tutorial explains how to create a spaceship hull using some simple techniques, basically selections and the dodge and burn tool, after the base is layed in you can spend as long as you like adding details and defining things...
<span>Editor's Pick in Photoshop Tutorials, June 2005</span><br/>Learn how to make self-writing text with the help of Adobe Photoshop and Adobe ImageReady.
<span>Editor's Pick in Photo Editing, September 2005</span><br/>Who needs a fluoroscope to create x-ray effects? Nobody. Using layers and playing with light settings in Photoshop, you can crank out some electrifying images on your own.
This tutorial should step you through making a simple, yet realistic-looking planet using Adobe Photoshop 7, and ONLY Adobe Photoshop 7.
Let's face it: stars can be really hard to draw. Our star field is an expression of depth, and this is communicated through two factors: variety and density.