Crafting home-made fire effects is a fun way to add visual energy and excitement to your digital artwork. I’ll show you how to safely create, capture, and use custom-made fireball brushes in Photoshop.
With Christmas just a few weeks away, chances are good that most designers will need to use some sort of Christmas-based graphics for their work or play this season. It’s also likely that your time will be short due to multiple festive commitments. To help save some design time, consider these Photoshop add-ons hand-crafted to put you in the holiday spirit!
Adobe Photoshop is the premiere photo manipulation tool of our time—few people would dispute that. But do you need more to finely hone that craft?
Photoshop comes with a large and varied set of different brushes and brush tips, but one of the most useful features of the tool is the ability to use custom brushes.
What do photography and graphic design have in common? Quite a bit, actually! They are both visual artistic media. If you are a photographer and you’ve never thought about how your discipline overlaps with that of a designer, you are missing out on a wealth of very helpful information and insight.
Over it’s 20+ year history, Photoshop has proved itself useful for a great many things. One of the primary applications is photo manipulation. In fact, it’s photo manipulation that is meant by the colloquial term “to Photoshop”. Yet pulling off a successful photo manipulation isn’t quite as easy as it sounds.
Did you know that you can edit your videos in Adobe Photoshop? While it doesn’t have as many capabilities as some of the more specialized video editing applications, Photoshop does offer some useful features for editing video.
Photoshop, of course, isn’t just for photos. It offers plenty of useful features for a wide range of projects, including video.
One way to create even more drama in an interesting landscape is by adding a digital flood! Not only does it create an aesthetically pleasing symmetry, but it uses one of the classic techniques of photo manipulation, creating a reflection.