RECENT POSTS IN Photoshop
Curves & Apple Pencil Pressure Sensitivity Come To Photoshop on iPad
Today, Adobe has released updates to Fresco, and Photoshop on iPad that are sure to make some users quite excited….
How to Extend Backgrounds in Photoshop with Content Aware
A Photoshop staple tool that has wide and varied applications
Use this Hack to Get 2 Free Months of Free Adobe Creative Cloud
Adobe has been providing some much needed support to the creative community this month by quietly providing a way to get two free months of the creative cloud service for it’s existing subscribers! We’ll show you how to get this deal in this post!
Add A Creative Flair To Your Images With The Infinite Texture Panel
The Infinite Texture Panel uses AI to help you quickly and easily pull from a library of over 10,000 texture images sorted into 4 categories to add a creative flair to your images!
Plagued by Hotspots? Frequency Separation to the Rescue!
Glaring hot spots can be like the plague when it comes to shooting portraits. All too often the circumstances of…
VIDEO TUTORIAL: How to Extend Your Photo Background in Adobe Photoshop with PHLEARN!
A lot of the time we don’t get the space we really need to create our images in, and something that comes up because of this is the task of extending the backdrop in post. Well in this video from Phlearn, they’ll walk us through the process of taking a portrait with a pretty tight crop and extending the background to suit our needs.
Adobe Talks Photoshop Reimagined for iPad: The Journey So Far
Adobe has just released a large blog post detailing their roadmap for Photoshop on the iPad leading into the first half of 2020. There’s a bunch of new features coming including Select Subject, Refine Mask, better Cloud Document access, and much more!
How to Work with RAW Files in Photoshop for iPad – A Temporary Workaround
You may have heard the complaints about how Adobe Photoshop for iPad doesn’t have RAW support, but we’ve come up with a little workaround that will let you work with your RAW files to get the most out of them while editing on your mobile device.