This Week Winner Tutorials
Photoshop Basics and begginers tutorials
Here is about (246) Photoshop Basics and begginers tutorials
In this tutorial, we'll learn how to create Custom Photoshop Brush Sets from scratch!
The purpose of this tutorial is to show you how to create beautifull lines of different shapes that you can add to any image.
This series of video tutorials covers what masks are, why they're the center of all good selections, and how to use them like a pro. Specifically: the mask palette; FG/BG swapping; Brush controls; varying edge blur; how to pipe a channel into a mask; and selecting via color correction tools.
While anyone can use the wand tool, lasso, and quick select, understanding how to actually get pixel perfect results takes a combination of a couple dozen strategies. This tutorial, broken up into 4 videos, discusses everything from refining the edge to fixing color spill as quickly as possible. This is an in depth tutorial that shows how to replace the background of any image.
The keyboard shortcuts / menu customization needed for a good workflow. It only takes 5 minutes, but if you don't know the essentials laid out here, everything you do in Photoshop will go twice as slow. Efficient zooming, panning, window handling, and menu handling.
In this tutorial, we'll cover almost everything there is to know about Adjustment Layers. Adjustment Layers are extremely important in Photoshop, and understanding what they are, how they work, when to use them and why to use them, will give you the power and knowledge to create amazing things.
Enough said.. Enjoy the Tutorial!
on 30 Aug 2011 187 views
This tutorial covers the basics of masks in Photoshop. First we will quickly go through Layers, since you can not understand what a mask is or does before you understand what a layer is. Once we\\\'re done with layers- we will continue to learn we will continue to learn what a mask is, when we use it, how we use it, and a few shortcuts and tips.
on 30 Aug 2011 188 views
In this tutorial, we will walk through on the making of 48×48 pixels mail icons using Adobe Photoshop.