Tag: Photoshop User

Tip Tuesday: Put Layers Together

Imagine you’re working on a lot of layers at the same time, but those layers are scattered all over the place in the Layers panel, with all kinds of layers in between. This makes it really time-consuming to select your working layers.

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Adding a Soft Glamour Glow
By Lesa Snider

A soft glamour glow effect is incredibly useful when clients want to feel a little old-school Hollywood (think boudoir, wedding, and high school photography). In this column, you’ll learn how to use one of Photoshop’s oldest filters to quickly produce a soft and ethereal portrait effect that’s sure to please brides, prom queens, and princesses of any kind.

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Painting Your House with Photoshop
By Scott Onstott

Ever wonder what your house might look like if you painted it or otherwise changed its color? Photoshop is great for performing what-if scenarios to simulate how objects in the real world might look if they were colored or textured differently. We’ll paint my house virtually in this tutorial.

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Create Your Own 360° Panoramic Animation
By Kirk Nelson

One of the most exciting new technologies is the advent of 360° video. These videos present a full wrap-around panorama that can be explored interactively with the correct viewer. Facebook includes an easy way to use this viewer simply by marking a video as 360°. It allows viewers to physically turn around and explore the video with their mobile device, as if their phone was able to let them see into a separate virtual realm that surrounds them!

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