By Starshine Roshell | Sunday, November 02, 2014
People come to lynda.com for different reasons. Some come to learn a particular software. Some come to master a skill. Some come to complete a project.
David Black came to learn InDesign and Photoshop for his printing business 10 years ago—and, well, he never left.
By Scott Fegette | Friday, October 31, 2014
It’s Halloween! Plenty of pictures will be taken of this year’s pageantry and frights—and there’s plenty of techniques you can employ to give your pictures a haunting Halloween edge.
Here are five Photoshop tricks to make your Halloween photos a treat.
By Lauren Harmon | Tuesday, October 28, 2014
Taking photos of the kids before they go out to trick or treat?
In this Deke’s Techniques tutorial, Deke shows how to take the low-res, grainy, and washed-out trick or treat photos you typically get from a smartphone, and using Photoshop to turn them into fully developed photos with a rich depth of field—all while adding a little more realism to your kid’s costume, like the Joker featured in this technique.
By Lauren Harmon | Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Halloween is almost here. Don’t have a costume? Outfit yourself in post—with this week’s episode of Deke’s Techniques.
Deke shows how to turn a normal teenage boy into a dark elf—an effect you can re-create with any of your own photographs. The trick (or treat) of this technique lies in Photoshop’s Liquify feature, which can be applied as a nondestructive Smart Filter in Photoshop CC.
By Lauren Harmon | Tuesday, October 14, 2014
“Clarity halos” are what Deke calls it when the Clarity value in Camera Raw or Lightroom is increased beyond its normal threshold—resulting in unnaturally bright halos around edges or areas of rapid luminance transition in your photography.
Deke may have coined the name for this phenomenon, butas he points out, it’s a fairly common and recognizable problem—one he’ll show you how to solve in this week’s free episode of Deke’s Techniques.
By Scott Fegette | Friday, October 10, 2014
Mobile apps aren’t just for play anymore. Adobe’s newest release of the Creative Cloud brings its cornerstone desktop creative applications a new, integrated way of expressing your creative vision.
By Scott Erickson | Thursday, October 09, 2014
As thousands of Adobe MAX attendees streamed to their sessions this week at the Los Angeles Convention center, they were greeted at the top of the stairs by an impressive new piece of art from digital artist Bert Monroy.
From a distance it looks like a simple photograph of a canal in Amsterdam on a foggy day—but when you get closer and see the intense amount of detail at every level, you realize this is no photograph. Every pixel in this giant image was created from scratch in Adobe Photoshop.
By Justin Seeley | Monday, October 06, 2014
The Adobe MAX 2014 conference is in full swing this week in Los Angeles, and in Monday morning’s keynote Adobe unveiled a whole new suite of mobile apps alongside updates to existing Creative Cloud desktop apps.
Let’s examine some of the bigger new features, and show you how they’ll impact your digital workflow.
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