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Photoshop Tutorial – Masking With Brushes

Photoshop Tutorial – Masking With Brushes

ORIGINALLY POSTED BY ALLY FOR THETAZZONE/TAZFORUM HERE You can come up with some really cool effects using brushes to mask with, and it’s really easy. I can’t remember where I first saw this effect done My image probably isn’t the best one to show this off to its full capacity. I have a folder with […]

Photoshop Tutorial – Sharpening With The High Pass Filter

Photoshop Tutorial – Sharpening With The High Pass Filter

ORIGINALLY POSTED BY ALLY FOR THETAZZONE/TAZFORUM HERE The High Pass Filter in Photoshop seems to have been around forever, and you can find it located under Filter>Other>High Pass. Think of it as one of The Others and listen to the Twlight Zone music start playing …… First of all lets take a few seconds to […]

Photoshop Tutorial -Making a selection using colour channels

Photoshop Tutorial -Making a selection using colour channels

ORIGINALLY POSTED BY ALLY FOR THETAZZONE/TAZFORUM HERE I haven’t done a tutorial in a while and thought this might be something you find handy for replacing a sky, or perhaps selecting fly away hair etc., Photoshop has lots of tools for making selections, the magic wand, the highly under rated quick selection tool in PS3, […]

Photoshop Tutorial-Define pattern and then make a brick wall

Photoshop Tutorial-Define pattern and then make a brick wall

ORIGINALLY POSTED BY ALLY FOR THETAZZONE/TAZFORUM HERE Just because you’ve always wanted to make a brick wall You can define a pattern for just about anything in PS, sometimes they need to step and repeat and because of that, we will be using our grid which we will need to adjust in the preferences. So […]

Photoshop Tutorial – Type Effect

Photoshop Tutorial – Type Effect

ORIGINALLY POSTED BY ALLY FOR THETAZZONE/TAZFORUM HERE I can’t remember where I first saw this done, but it’s another effect that you can use on type. You can use this on images as well, and perhaps you could do the Grunge Type and use this effect as well. I’ve started with a 800px X 400px […]

Photoshop Tutorial – Design and Clipping Masks

Photoshop Tutorial – Design and Clipping Masks

ORIGINALLY POSTED BY ALLY FOR THETAZZONE/TAZFORUM HERE A while ago, Scott Kelby did a tutorial on some different ways to present ones work. The basis of what it was – open an image, create new blank layer, use rectangular marquee tool to create the shape you want, fill with any colour, copy and paste/duplicate 2 […]

Photoshop Tutorial – The Smudge Tool

Photoshop Tutorial – The Smudge Tool

ORIGINALLY POSTED BY ALLY FOR THETAZZONE/TAZFORUM HERE The smudge tool doesn’t sound like a terribly exciting tool, something that you could have some fun with – but it can be and we’re going to look at one way in this tutorial. This tutorial is going to involve the use of the pen tool, but it […]

Photoshop Tutorial – Photo to Lineart

Photoshop Tutorial – Photo to Lineart

ORIGINALLY POSTED BY ALLY FOR THETAZZONE/TAZFORUM HERE Lets have a look at changing a photograph to lineart. Some photos are going to be easier to convert to lineart than others. For example, the simpliest would be anything with straight, definate lines … like buildings, walls, furniture etc., Some images are going to convert well straight […]

Photoshop Tutorial -Cool effect with the shape tool

Photoshop Tutorial -Cool effect with the shape tool

ORIGINALLY POSTED BY ALLY FOR THETAZZONE/TAZFORUM HERE Here’s a cool effect that you may want to try out at sometime. Create a new file 500px X 600 px with a transparent b/ground @ 72 dpi and then duplicate the layer. This is just a file to practise on Grab your Shape Tool and choose Custom, […]

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