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The Must-Have Adobe Photoshop Assets for Designers and Digital Artists

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«There are so many tools and assets design­ers and artists can add to their vir­tu­al tool­box that it’s hard to know where to begin! Stop the guess­ing game and check out this must-have list of fant­ast­ic and fun digit­al assets from Envato Mar­ket for Adobe Pho­toshop users every­where.»

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How to Make Local Contrast Adjustments With Curves in Adobe Photoshop

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«Curves are power­ful: they offer speed and effi­ciency in your post-pro­duc­tion work­flow like noth­ing else. For a novice, though, curves might even be a little too power­ful. Fear not! Curves are not as com­plic­ated or over­whelm­ing as you might think.»

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Photoshop Tutorial — How To Soften Harsh Shadows On A Color Image

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«We had a tutori­al on how to soften harsh shad­ows in Pho­toshop on a mono­chrome image, which is basic­ally the easi­er job. Mono­chrome leaves you with choice of just gray tones to play with while in a col­or image you are toy­ing with the whole RGB spec­trum.»

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How to Create a Layered Floral Typography Text Effect in Adobe Photoshop

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«Flor­al typo­graphy is a design trend that com­bines nice flor­al ele­ments with bold typo­graphy, to cre­ate some eleg­ant designs. This tutori­al will show you how to use a flower stock image, with a simple text, and a couple of lay­er styles, fil­ters, tex­tures, and adjust­ments to cre­ate your own flor­al typo­graphy design.»

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Animated Photoshop Mockups

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«In the past couple of years we have seen an explo­sion of mockups to be used for present­a­tions, from phone frames to posters and bill­boards. These assets really help design­ers to show­case their work in a more pro­fes­sion­al way, espe­cially per­son­al pro­jects that might nev­er see the really ship­pable ver­sion.»

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Cutout Paper Style in Photoshop

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«It is been quite a long time since the last time I pos­ted a tutori­al. I haven’t for some reas­on stopped. I used to do this every week, it was part of my routine but little by little I stopped doing. I remem­ber nev­er hav­ing too much of hard time to come up with some­thing but without using it, I def­in­itely lost it. Now I am try­ing to cre­ate a routine again and write a few tutori­als per month.»

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Getting Started With Photoshop Actions

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«Actions are one of the most power­ful fea­tures in Adobe Pho­toshop. With actions you can auto­mate almost any­thing. If you have a pro­cess that you reg­u­larly do over and over, actions can really save you a lot of time.»

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3 Extremely Useful Photoshop Techniques you Should Know

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«We all know how immensely power­ful Pho­toshop is. From a simple con­trast tweak to advance photo com­pos­ites, we can do it all with­in the con­fines of this amaz­ing soft­ware. Some­times the array of options and tech­niques can seem bewil­der­ing and today we are going do a step by step walk through of four use­ful tech­niques that you might want to use in your Pho­toshop work­flow.»

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Parallax Effect in Photography [Photoshop tutorials]

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«The Par­al­lax Effect is also known as the Ken Burns effect, which is named after the film­maker who made this effect his sig­na­ture visu­al style in his doc­u­ment­ary films. This tech­nique is a pan­ning and zoom­ing effect that is used to cre­ate some­thing like a video from still images.»

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25 Outstanding Photoshop Photo Manipulation Tutorials

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«Photo manip­u­la­tion can be one of the most fun things to do in Pho­toshop, and it also provides for an excel­lent cre­at­ive out­let. The pro­cess of cre­at­ing a detailed photo manip­u­la­tion can be intim­id­at­ing if you are new to the pro­cess or if you aren’t very famil­i­ar with Photoshop’s tools, but for­tu­nately there are plenty of good tutori­als that teach you how to cre­ate a sample manip­u­la­tion»

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