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A collection of short Photoshop and Illustrator projects and creative effects from computer graphics guru Deke McClelland.
Learn how to create an optimized repeating background for websites and applications with Adobe Photoshop.
Take your Photoshop skills to the next level. This installment of Deke's flagship Photoshop training series covers more advanced features and techniques: refining selections and masks, transforming and distorting subjects, working with blend modes, and more.
Learn everything you need to know about Photoshop, in the order you need to know it, in this top-to-bottom overview of the world's most powerful image editing software, Adobe Photoshop CC.
Learn how to use lookup tables (LUTs) and gradient maps to color correct and style images and video in programs such as Photoshop and Lightroom.
Optimize your web graphics workflow with Photoshop Smart Objects. Create complex, one-click color adjustments you can update on the fly.
Learn how to create looping animations (including animated GIFs) for motion graphics and web design using Adobe Photoshop.
Get the most up-to-date information on the latest features for photographers in Photoshop CC 2015.
Learn the Photoshop masking and compositing techniques involved in creating a collage of multiple portraits.
Learn to create optimized web graphics that download quickly and look great on a variety of devices, including Retina displays.
Learn how to reach beyond the capabilities of your camera through a combination of smart shooting strategies and post-processing techniques. Learn how to focus stack images, create panoramas, and blend exposures for HDR photos.
Optimize your Wacom tablet for use with Adobe Photoshop and get finer control when drawing and painting.
Learn how to use Photoshop to replace the background in a vintage photo.
Learn to toggle between Illustrator and Photoshop and take advantage of the strongest features in each program.
Learn to use Photoshop to create cinemagraphs—still images that have moving components.
From photo shoot to Photoshop, see how to create a composite that shows an athlete in action.
Make Photoshop work better for you. Learn how to customize Photoshop settings, options, shortcuts, panels, tools, and workspaces and build Photoshop actions to automate tedious tasks.
Take your first steps in photo editing. Get post-processing tips for Lightroom, Photoshop, and the Adobe mobile apps.
See how far Lightroom and Photoshop can take your landscape photography. Photographer Justin Reznick shares his favorite workflow and processing strategies for making landscape photos look their best.
Learn how to use Photoshop compositing to add someone to a group photo.
Learn the techniques for compositing product photography in Photoshop, including swapping backgrounds and label art.
Learn the Photoshop techniques involved in recreating missing pieces of a vintage photo, from body parts to backgrounds.
Create editable, nondestructive effects such as shadows, glows, bevel and emboss, and much more with layer effects in Photoshop.
Learn how to create simple 3D art designs for 3D printing with Photoshop CC.
Five-minute workflow improvements for creative pros, covering Photoshop, Illustrator, WordPress, and other tools designers commonly use.
Learn the best techniques for a replacing the sky in a photo and obtaining realistic results with Photoshop.
Photographer and educator Jan Kabili shares weekly tips and techniques to help you work smarter with Photoshop, Lightroom, Instagram, and other post-processing tools.
Test your skills! Animate five classic elements—earth, fire, water, wind, and light/dark—in this 5-day mograph challenge.
Put a company's branding into motion using only typography. Take this 5-day mograph challenge to test and stretch your skills.
35+ great shortcuts for photographers and designers who love Photoshop.
Learn how to capture, create, and use panoramic photos that can be seamlessly integrated into After Effects and other motion graphics projects.
Learn how to put client's branding in motion: Create a different animated icon each day in this 5-day mograph challenge.
Master curves! Find out how to use the Curves panel in Photoshop to adjust tonality, make color corrections, produce creative effects, and more.
Learn techniques and best practices for designing smart, visually interesting website icons in any software.
Learn about the eight things that make Photoshop Photoshop: layers and channels, sharpening, selections and masks, the retouching tools, blend modes, color modes, Smart Objects, and layer masks.
A fun, 5-day challenge all about the basic principles of animation.
Improve your mograph skills one day at a time with this 5-day motion graphics challenge—where you'll create an animated GIF each day!
Learn a new trick to give designs and illustrations more depth and volume … transparency!
Dana Keller bridges the worlds of art and archival science by colorizing historical photographs—relying on research and Photoshop.
Katrin Eismann, teacher at the School of Visual Arts in NYC, shares some of her intoxicating early experiments with Photoshop and explains how she adapted her gonzo learning path into a career teaching the next generation of photographers and digital artists.
If you're not using Camera Raw, you're not getting the most from Photoshop CC. Learn how to master the features in Camera Raw 9 and improve the exposure, color, and quality of your photographs.
Bert Monroy, hyperrealist digital painter, tells us about his labor of love with Photoshop.
Learn the best techniques for recomposing a photo—moving the subjects while reconstructing the background and lighting for accuracy.
Photographer Chris Orwig explains his relationship to Photoshop and photography: from a second chance to a daily practice.
Comic book illustrator and video game artist Daniel Lieske shares the tricks of the trade in this Photoshop training course, designed specifically for artists who want to transition their skills to a digital canvas.
Photoshop principal project manager Bryan O'Neil Hughes shows how to transform color photographs into black and white with Lightroom and Photoshop.
Photoshop principal product manager Bryan O'Neil Hughes explores the art and science of raw-format processing in Photoshop CC and Lightroom 6.
Learn the creative and technical considerations involved in photographing with compositing in mind.
Learn three analog techniques for creating textured typography: hand-cut type, transfer-textured type, and type with a chalky or hand-drawn look.
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