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Glowing Lights Photoshop Tutorial

Watch and Learn Photoshop has released another excellent tutorial. This time the tutorial shows how you can make a light bulb look like it’s illuminated. An effect that is quite common in concept stock photography. I am sure everyone has seen pictures of business men holding a lit light bulb. This tutorial explains how you […]

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7 Photoshop Video Tips

Our friends over at Watch And Learn Photoshop are releasing a few new products and have also released not one, not two, not three but seven free photoshop video tutorials/tips. Here they are: Levels Adjustment You may already know the basics of the levels adjustment tool, but in this video, Geoff Riggs will show you […]

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Tough Selection Tip

Jennifer Apple has posted a great tip over at the PhotoshopSupport Blog that will help you make tough selections of objects that are on similar color or busy backgrounds. The tip is about how you can use adjustment layers in order to increase contrast in a non destructive way. You can read it over at […]

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Eyedropper Tool – Tip

CreativeGuy has posted a really useful tip about how you can use the eyedropper tool more efficiently. It’s something simple but something that a lot of people that are using Photoshop aren’t aware of. Basically he explains how instead of sampling the color of a single pixel (the default setting) you can choose to sample […]

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