Photography is one of the few universal art forms that everyone can participate in, and digital photography more than any other form of photography has expanded the possibilities of what we can do with our photographs.As a result, there are tons of great photo apps available today for Mac users, and many of them happily are free.
So far in this series of project-based Instagram stories, we’ve covered everything from How to Create a Color Story on Instagram, to telling stories with simple slideshows in How to Make a Simple Slideshow Story, to How to Tell an Instagram Story With Sequential Images. Today, let’s dive into creating a fun photo grid using Adobe Photoshop and easy-to-use apps.
Ben Heine is a Belgian visual artist and music producer born in 1983 in Abidjan,Ivory Coast, currently living and working in Brussels, Belgium.
In this tutorial, we’re going to create a simple banner for a YouTube channel using stock images and basic tools in Adobe Photoshop.
Welcome to our Photoshop in 60 Seconds series, in which you can learn a Photoshop skill, feature, or technique in just a minute!
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.
Are you curious how you’d look with a different hair color? Do you want to know what colors fit you? You can easily check it with a few simple tricks in Photoshop.
Apple Photos is the successor to both the popular iPhoto and the powerful Aperture. It inherits the best of both, and yet it is something more.