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The Ultimate Photoshop Texturing Tutorial – Photoshop Texture Video Tutorial
In this Photoshop video tutorial we are going to show you how to texture an image in Photoshop using Averaging rather than Layer Masks. In addition, we will be taking you from A-Z getting the image from an original file, all the way to a final professional vintage textured image.
The Ultimate Lomo Photography Effect Tutorial – Lomography Photoshop Video Tutorial
In this Photoshop Video Tutorial, we are going to teach you guys how to create the ultimate Lomo effect on your digital photographs. After learning these techniques, you will be able to turn your photography into Lomography in a jiffy.
Vintage Cross Processing in Under a Minute – Photoshop Curves Video Tutorial
In this tutorial we are not only going to teach you how to cross process your images in Photoshop, we are also going to briefly touch on how the cross process developing process was created in the first place. In addition, we will also talk about what exactly makes an image look like a vintage image in order to help you all understand exactly how to process an image to make it look vintage in Photoshop.
How to Prepare an Image for Enlargement Prints in Photoshop
In this video, we will cover how to enlarge and sharpen an image in Adobe Photoshop in order to prepare it for an enlargement print. We are using CS5, however, most prior versions of Photoshop and even Photoshop Elements should work pretty much the same way as well.
How to Automate Photoshop Actions in Lightroom Using Droplets – Part 3 of 3
Welcome to Part Three of our three part series on our Photoshop Actions and Automation tutorial series. These tutorials will…
How to Create a Photoshop Watermark Action – Part 2 of 3
Welcome to Part Two of our three part series on our Photoshop Actions and Automation tutorial series. These tutorials will…
How to Create a Logo Watermark in Photoshop – Part 1 of 3
The image above was shot on a Canon 5D Mark II, Canon 24-70mm f/2.8L Welcome to Part One of three…