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Photoshop in 60 Seconds: What Are Histograms?

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«In Pho­toshop, his­to­grams are those graphs that are vis­ible behind the Levels and Curves adjust­ments. We’ve all seen them, but what do they mean? Take just a minute and find out!»

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10 Tips for Improving Your Photo Manipulation Skills

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«Over it’s 20+ year his­tory, Pho­toshop has proved itself use­ful for a great many things. One of the primary applic­a­tions is photo manip­u­la­tion. In fact, it’s photo manip­u­la­tion that is meant by the col­lo­qui­al term «to Pho­toshop». Yet pulling off a suc­cess­ful photo manip­u­la­tion isn’t quite as easy as it sounds.»

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How to Create a Winter Landscape Photo Manipulation With Adobe Photoshop

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«In this tutori­al I’ll show you how to cre­ate a winter land­scape using a vari­ety of photo-manip­u­la­tion tech­niques. You’ll learn how to com­bine dif­fer­ent stock images togeth­er into a cohes­ive scene using adjust­ment lay­ers, mask­ing and brushes. You’ll also learn how to paint the snow, make the sun­light, cre­ate light­ing effects, take care of the details and more.»

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An Awesome Collection Of 80 Photoshop Typography Tutorials

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«Hav­ing good typo­graphy skills is a must for a design­er and the way you can devel­op them is by learn­ing from the best tech­niques that are avail­able on the net. Find­ing them all in one place is a little bit tricky… unless you find this art­icle where you have almost all the cool and inter­est­ing Pho­toshop typo­graphy tutori­als.»

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How to create column guides in Photoshop

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«This is one my favour­ite fea­tures avail­able in Pho­toshop 2015 is the abil­ity to cre­ate guides. This is espe­cially handy when work­ing on web design pro­jects, or UI design the abil­ity to quickly pro­duce guides is a fea­ture of Pho­toshop I’ve hope for years as it’s a huge time saver.»

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A Selection Of The Best Photo Manipulation Tutorials – 91 PS Tuts

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«I have been mak­ing roundups of weekly or monthly Pho­toshop tutori­als for a lot of time and dur­ing this time I had the chance to see a lot of inter­est­ing tutori­als from which I can choose now the best to help the Pho­toshop new­bies out there who want to learn how to use this won­der­ful pro­gram.»

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Design in 60 Seconds: How to Use LAB Color Mode

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«In this entry for our Design in 60 Seconds series, we take a look at the LAB Col­or Mode. Maybe you’ve heard of the LAB col­or mode, but nev­er really knew what it was or why to use it.»

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Image editing: Histograms for Beginners

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«When the digit­al revolu­tion came to pho­to­graphy it brought with it a pleth­ora of advant­ages for pho­to­graph­ers: mak­ing vast quant­it­ies of images with no increase in cost; see­ing the photo imme­di­ately after you make it; chan­ging ISO with each shot; and the advent of the digit­al dark­room; to name a few.»

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Kick-Start 2016 With 50 Beginner-Friendly Photoshop Tutorials

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«2016 has offi­cially begun, and we here at Envato Tuts+ want to make sure you keep your res­ol­u­tions by help­ing you learn some­thing new. From photo manip­u­la­tion to digit­al paint­ing and more, start the year off right by intro­du­cing your­self to Photoshop’s unlim­ited poten­tial.»

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How to Paint Realistic Hair in Adobe Photoshop: Short Hair & Beards

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«No por­trait is com­plete without paint­ing a beau­ti­ful hair­style. In this tutori­al, I’ll show you how to digit­ally paint real­ist­ic facial hair and two short hair­styles using Adobe Pho­toshop. You’ll def­in­itely need a tab­let for this, so I’ll be using the Wacom Intu­os Draw.»

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