With Halloween just around the corner, we’ve been dusting off the pumpkin ornaments and trying to outdo each other in the costume stakes here at Tuts+. While we trade childhood stories of black bin bags for witch’s costumes and bed sheets with eye holes for ghosts, we thought we’d treat you to a funky Halloween tutorial.
Who doesn’t love the idea of rainbow hair? With a focus on Pride over the summer months, we thought it was the perfect time to roll out the rainbow carpet and show you a couple of easy ways to create rainbow hair in Adobe Photoshop.
If someone had the solution to fast design, would you take it? Well, Photoshop Actions are here to save the day! With a simple press of the play button, actions allow you to apply impressive effects to your photos in seconds. Use these effects to create stunning backgrounds for any design project.
Rainbows, rainbows everywhere and we can’t get enough of them, particularly as it’s Pride season. We thought we’d celebrate with a short roundup of some of our best Graphic River rainbow resources.
Everyone loves a freebie, so we’ve made a roundup of 50 of the best black and white Adobe Photoshop actions available for free.
There is something charming about an old photo. It reminds us not only of a time we’re not familiar with but also the creativity of early photography.
Here at ThemeKeeper, we love Photoshop tools that make our lives that little bit easier (and more fun), so we thought we’d share a mix of 15 actions, panels and brushes to add some cool visual effects to your work.
Actions are great. They allow you to try new styles, learn what looks good with your photographs and best of all they can cut down the time you need to take when post-processing. Here, we’ve put together our top 15 Adobe Photoshop actions from ThemeKeeper Elements.
The vintage film look has made its comeback in force! Thelight leakeffect was commonly created by openings (leaks) in film cameras. Light trickling through the body would prematurely expose film, leading to some brilliant looks in the final photo.
Here, we’ll show you how to use Dodge and Burn to rescue shadows in your photographs and give your image some extra punch. As with many things in Adobe Photoshop (and life), the trick is balance.