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The Hidden Photographic Toning Presets In Photoshop CS6

Photoshop CS6 has many great new features but not all of them are easy to find. Some aren’t even loaded in Photoshop by default like the new Photographic Toning presets for Gradient MAp image adjustment. In this tutorial you will learn where to find them and how to load and use them to add great looking tonning efects to your images

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Forbidden Love – Photo Manipulation Tutorial

This Photoshop tutorial will show you how to blend different images together to create an emotional winter scene.

Fixing Poor Quality Photos

  Most of us are not professional photographers. At least I am not. And from time to time my photos are not exactly perfect. Naturally, there are situations when I need exactly some of these poorly shot photos and when that happens Photoshop is my best and only friend. In this tutorial I’ll show you […]

Create Seamless Textures using Photoshop

Ever wondered how to create your own seamless texture out of an image? If so, grab your source image and follow this quick and easy tutorial. First of all, you need to choose a suitable image to start with. I’ll use this one: You can download it from here or use your own. Keep in […]

Draw a Female Cartoon Character in Photoshop

  Hello everybody! In today’s tutorial I’ll show you how to draw a female cartoon character in Photoshop. So lets get started. Open a new document in Photoshop and fill the background with color #e5d48f. Then create a new layer above the background, name it “Sketch” and start sketching the general shape of our character […]

Extracting hair and fur in Photoshop

To extract hair or fur in Photoshop is probably the most challenging job. The selection tools work fine for geometric objects with plain background but with images like this one they can be irritating and time-consuming. Here is my photo: I want to cut out the dog and place it on a new background: The […]

Digital Cross Processing in Photoshop

  Cross processing is a photographic technique where the film is deliberately processed in a solution intended for another type of film. The result is images with unusual colors and increased contrast and saturation. The most common methods are C-41 negative film processed in E-6 chemicals and E-6 slide film processed in C-41 chemicals. It’s […]