Get squared up with this challenging but fun distortion technique that makes your subjects into blockheads.
Photoshop Proving Ground Not everything we do in Photoshop has to be a photo effect or correction. There are some great graphics and illustration tools as well! For the May column I have chosen the Pen tool (or specifically, the Curvature Pen tool) to take for a test drive with some custom brushes. Most photographers…
Learn how to create and use persistent overlays as guides to strengthen your photographic composition.
Make your settings glow with this speedy Photoshop trick!
Use this almost unknown Photoshop filter to help create trendy, colorful graphics.
Use these techniques to deal with messy hair in Adobe Photoshop.
Brute force methods for dealing with fly-away hair don’t have to be inelegant!
Photoshop Proving Ground Symmetry painting is a lot of fun, but it can sometimes be a challenge to keep under control. The November issue of Photoshop Proving Ground shows you how to create custom brushes from text, and how to lay out a unique set of guides to keep your text flowing as a smooth…
Photoshop Proving Ground Frequency separation (FS) is still one of the most important, powerful techniques for retouching currently available to photographers. The basic concept is to split high and low detail elements to more easily address things like blemishes and discoloration. In the September issue of Photoshop Proving Ground I add another layer of control.…
Photoshop blend modes are great for effects, but have some practical uses, as well! Learn to increase contrast in this moth’s Photoshop Proving Ground in Photoshop User Magazine.