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Adobe Photoshop Tutorials: Best of June 2013
Posted on December 11, 2013
Photoshop Tutorials June 2013. Here is the sixth of a new series of our Photoshop Tutorials June 2013 collections. Some of the best tutorials that surfaced in June 2013 have been included here. Broad category of tutorials has been added, ranging from Designing tutorials, Tool tips, Photo-effects tutorials Text Tutorials and more. The tutorials, however, have been arranged in no particular order.
In this tutorial, we will show you how to combine Photoshop with Filter Forge to create a glowing 3D text effect. We will begin by showing you how to create basic shapes in Photoshop, we’ll then show you how to convert them to 3D, and finally how to add the final touches using Filter Forge and a few of Photoshop’s basic features. Let’s get started!
Learn how to create a realistic pencil in Photoshop and use it to type a text with this pencil style. If you are interested in a sketch pencil text in Photoshop you can check out this tutorial. The effect from this tutorial creates a vector PSD pencil that you can use to create interesting typography effects. You can combine different pencil crayon colors, different font types and so on. Hope you will enjoy this new text effect tutorial.
Photoshop is a fantastic tool for helping users creates images that can’t or don’t exist in real life. It is also a great tool for helping users create items that do exist in real life. In this tutorial, we will explain how you can use Filter Forge and Photoshop to create artwork that we will transfer to a wooden iPhone 4 cover. This technique involves applying an effect to an image in Filter Forge and then applying that image to a laser printout. We will then transfer that image to a wooden iPhone 4 cover. This technique is cheap, easy, and a lot of fun. Let’s get started!
Photoshop is a powerful tool for creating all sorts of imagery but it does have its limitations. While Photoshop does have some fantastic tools for creating 3D text, there are other applications that are often better suited for the job. That is why many illustrators use a combination of Photoshop and some other 3D application to help create 3D text. In this tutorial, we will show you how to use Cinema 4D to create wooden 3D text and then how to use Photoshop to add the final touches. Let’s get started!
Lomography and the lomo effect is massively popular in Photography circles. The origins of the lomo effect come from a budget Russian camera called the Lomo LC-A, but we can recreate the imagery produced by this little cheap camera on our own digital photos with the help of Photoshop. Follow this step by step Photoshop tutorial to easily give your photos the vibrant characteristics of lomography.
This tutorial will show you an easy way to create a luxurious super glossy golden text effect using layer styles, a filter, and a simple brush.
Today, we’re going to be creating a stained, old paper texture, which almost looks like a ancient treasure map! All with just Layer Styles, a few filters, and a Layer Mask.
If you want to learn how to composite photos together to produce a realistic scene in Photoshop, matte paintings are a great place to start. Matte paintings often involve the combination of several photos to produce an environment that could not or does not exist in real life. This means that in order to produce a photo realistic scene, you’ll need to know how to cleanly extract specific pieces of photography and how to place those elements to produce the exact look you are going for.
In this Tuts+ Premium tutorial by Bobby Myers, we will show you how to combine photo manipulation and digital painting techniques to create a desert oasis in Photoshop. This tutorial is available exclusively to Tuts+ Premium Members and includes both written and video content. If you are looking to take your matte painting and photo manipulation skills to the next level then Log in or Join Now to get started!
Making selections is an essential skill for any Photoshop user. In this tutorial, we are going to show you 10 ways to modify a selection in Photoshop. By watching this video, you will be able to understand the connection between all the selection features Photoshop offers including; Feather, Contract, Expand, Border, Smooth, Refine Edge, Quick Mask, Color Range, Transform Selection and many more. Let’s get started!
The new version of Photoshop is finally here! Adobe Photoshop CC (Creative Cloud) is now available for download for Creative Cloud Subscribers. The new version includes several new features including Camera Shake Reduction, Camera RAW improvements, Image Upsampling, Properties Panel Improvements, Behance Integration, Sync Settings, and many more useful features. In this article, Martin Perhiniak will explain these new features in a series of video tutorials. Let’s take a look!
Adobe Photoshop is a fantastic tool for editing photos but unfortunately, it lacks the options that photographers need to manage and edit large numbers of photographs. In this tutorial, we will show you how to use Photoshop and Lightroom to seamlessly edit your photos. We will begin by making some adjustments to a RAW photo in Lightroom. Then, we will show you how to export that photo to Photoshop to make additional changes. Finally, we will then explain how those edits will be made available to you in Lightroom automatically. Let’s get started!
Learn how to create a watercolor stain text in Photoshop using some simple blending techniques and combining different watercolor and stain textures. You can also check out my previous tutorial on how to create a watercolor portrait in Photoshop if you want to transform your images into realistic watercolor aquarelle artworks.
In this tutorial you will learn how to create a realistic watercolor text stain effect in Photoshop using some simple techniques. I will start by downloading this drip stain font; you will have to install font in Photoshop in order to use it. Type your own text using this drip font.
In the following tutorial you will learn how to create a simple envelope illustration in Adobe Photoshop.
Learn how to create a beautiful notebook icon with Photoshop! This beginner drawing tutorial will show you how to create shapes, add texture, and use layer styles to create a quick and easy notebook icon.
Photoshop makes it easy to pixelate with the mosaic filter but it’s boring and overused. Thankfully, there’s an easy trick that lets you pixelate using triangles instead of squares! This tutorial is incredibly easy so give it a try.
This tutorial is the first part of a new short series called ” The Comprehensive Guide to Color in Photoshop.” In this tutorial, we will discuss how to set up your Swatches panel, how to work with the Preset Manager, how to choose and save new Swatches and how to export them from Photoshop. Let’s get started!
This tutorial will demonstrate an easy way to create an outline-sketch Photoshop text effect using simple layer styles, a brush, and a blur filter.
Watercolor Frame with Filter Forge. In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a nice Watercolor Frame in Adobe Photoshop using the Filter Forge plugin. It’s a pretty short and straightforward tutorial that shows you how to create a Watercolor Frame around any image through a plugin called Filter Forge.
First, you need to download Filter Forge from the Plugin website. Once you download it, run the installation file, and that’s it! It will be added inside Photoshop under the Filter menu. Easy to install.
To launch the plugin and start adding some filters, go to Filter > Filter Forge > FreePack3- Frames
You’ll find a couple of already existing filters under a number of categories. You’ll also find a “Filter Library: Download more filters” link to the top right side of the plugin’s window. Click the link to start downloading filters.
Movie Poster in Photoshop. Today I’ll be showing you how to create an Movie Poster in Photoshop by merging various images and then editing them so they fit in well. Creating a Movie Poster in Photoshop is no different than creating any other poster, or in fact, any other image that comprises of several individual images. As far as this tutorial goes, I have no idea why I chose to place the bike above ground level although I’m sure you didn’t notice that on first look until I just pointed it out. In this tutorial, we will be working mostly with filters, blend modes, and adjustment layers.