Friday, 26 April 2013

Originally posted at 
Photoshop Nut : Howard Pinsky

Many Photoshop users have asked how they would be able to add multiple Strokes, or outlines, to an object. This quick tip will show you how it's possible to add 6 outlines to a single object, using Layer Styles, and a new feature in Photoshop CS6. Starting out, you need a shape. I'm using a simple star shape that comes with Photoshop's Custom Shapes Tool.


 Drop Shadow

Saturday, 20 April 2013

Selecting Hair in Photoshop Touch

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Photoshop Nut : Eric Renno

Selecting hair is one of the more challenging Photoshop skills if you want to start doing compositing. Photoshop Touch makes it very easy to do, on the go, using a couple of tools and a filter. In this video I take the photo of Paige and extract her, fly away hair included, and put her on a grungy background.    

Thursday, 4 April 2013

3D in Photoshop CS6 - Materials Properties

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Photoshop Nut : Michael Hoffman

3D_Materials_PropertiesIn the conclusion of this segment, we will look at assigning and modifying properties of 3D objects to define transparency and reflections. We'll create a reflection on the ground plan, and make some basic adjustments to the light in the image to soften the shadows. If you missed the first part, you can find it in my post on 3D in Photoshop – Combining Objects.

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