How to Create Facebook 360 Photos

In this Facebook 360 Photo tutorial, learn how to create 360 Photos for Facebook using Photoshop.


How to Achieve instagram effect in photoshop

Retro effects are one of the most popular ways to stylise your photo and give it a evoking feeling. There are many ways to create these effects but not all of them are as simple as this one. In this Photoshop tutorial, you’ll learn how to create your own retro effects.

How to convert photo into sketch in photoshop

This tutorial will show how to transform photos into Pencil Sketch Effect.

How to transform photos into pencil drawings.

Pencil Sketch Effect – Photoshop Tutorial

Pencil Sketch Effect in tutorial

How to Remove a (complete) Bra in Photoshop

In this tutorial, I show you how you can EASILY remove a bra strap or basically anything in Photoshop.

Oil Paint Effect In Photoshop

In this tutorial, we will learn how to create oil painting photo effect using oil filter.

How To Create Photoshop Actions And Automate Batch

How To Create Professional Photoshop Actions And Using With Automate Batch

For tasks you perform frequently, you can easily record a number of actions to help you work more efficiently.

Guidelines for recording actions :::

Keep in mind the following guidelines when recording actions:

You can record most—but not all—commands in an action.

You can record operations that you perform with the Marquee, Move, Polygon, Lasso, Magic Wand, Crop, Slice, Magic Eraser, Gradient, Paint Bucket, Type, Shape, Notes, Eyedropper, and Color Sampler tools—as well as those that you perform in the History, Swatches, Color, Paths, Channels, Layers, Styles, and Actions panels.

Results depend on file and program setting variables, such as the active layer and the foreground color. For example, a 3‑pixel Gaussian blur won’t create the same effect on a 72‑ppi file as on a 144‑ppi file. Nor will Color Balance work on a grayscale file.

When you record actions that include specifying settings in dialog boxes and panels, the action will reflect the settings in effect at the time of the recording. If you change a setting in a dialog box or panel while recording an action, the changed value is recorded.

Note: Most dialog boxes retain the settings specified at the previous use. Check carefully that those are the values you want to record.

Modal operations and tools—as well as tools that record position—use the units currently specified for the ruler. A modal operation or tool is one that requires you to press Enter or Return to apply its effect, such as transforming or cropping. Tools that record position include the Marquee, Slice, Gradient, Magic Wand, Lasso, Shape, Path, Eyedropper, and Notes tools.

Note: If you record an action that will be played on files of different sizes, set the ruler units to percentages. As a result, the action will always play back in the same relative position in the image.
You can record the Play command listed on the Actions panel menu to cause one action to play another.

Using Layer Masks In Photoshop

Layer Masks In Photoshop

You can add a mask to a layer and use the mask to hide portions of the layer and reveal the layers below. Masking layers is a valuable compositing technique for combining multiple photos into a single image or for removing a person or object from a photo.


Smart Objects in Photoshop

Understand Smart Objects

Smart Objects are layers that contain image data from raster or vector images, such as Photoshop or Illustrator files. Smart Objects preserve an image’s source content with all its original characteristics, enabling you to perform nondestructive editing to the layer.

Smart Object benefits

With Smart Objects, you can:

Perform nondestructive transforms. You can scale, rotate, skew, distort, perspective transform, or warp a layer without losing original image data or quality because the transforms don’t affect the original data.

Perform nondestructive filtering. You can edit filters applied to Smart Objects at any time.

Edit one Smart Object and automatically update all its linked instances.

You can’t perform operations that alter pixel data—such as painting, dodging, burning, or cloning—directly to a Smart Object layer, unless it is first converted into a regular layer, which will be rasterized. To perform operations that alter pixel data, you can edit the contents of a Smart Object, clone a new layer above the Smart Object layer, edit duplicates of the Smart Object, or create a new layer.

Note: When you transform a Smart Object that has a Smart Filter applied to it, Photoshop turns off filter effects while the transform is being performed. Filter effects are applied again after the transform is complete.

Clipping Mask In Photoshop

Working With Clipping Mask In Photoshop

Struggling to understand how Clipping Masks work in Photoshop? Well have no fear, I am here to make it all clear.

Give our little how-to a go, and I promise you will be using Clipping Masks like a pro.

From understanding how to use them, you’ll be eased in step by step so that everything can be as clear as possible.

How to Create a Collage Effect in Photoshop

Collage Photo Effect in Photoshop

Create a Multi frame Photo effect in adobe Photoshop

How to Put an Image Inside of Text in Photoshop

Adjustment Layers In Photoshop

Non-destructive editing, Adjustment Layers really do have all the power of Image Adjustments mixed with the convenience and benefits of Photoshop layers. Adjustment Layers are really that great!