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Selecting a color range in Adobe Photoshop can be useful for selecting areas without strongly dilineated borders.
In this short video tutorial, I explain how to color areas of an image in Adobe Photoshop by selectively adjusting the hue and other settings.
Using the design principles of alignment, proximity, consistency and contrast, we’ll create a basic magazine cover with information on a prominent cover story and two other feature stories.
by Chad Neuman
Movie posters are often great examples of aesthetically pleasing design and eye catching visuals. Movie poster artists use color, proportion, and typography to create some stunning looks. I recently noticed a movie poster for a newly released movie, The American. As a regular user of Adobe Photoshop, I then asked myself how something similiar to this poster look could be done in Photoshop. I don’t want to create exactly this look but rather create something similiar to learn from. It’s the difference between finding inspiration in a work of art and ripping it off. Therefore, follow along with this example and you’ll learn how to create a similar look and learn a few Photoshop and graphic design techniques along the way. Read the rest of this entry »
This is an introduction to making selections in Adobe Photoshop.
By Chad Neuman
This is an often-requested technique from some of my university students, so here’s a tutorial on it. Sometimes you may need to cut out the background from part of a photo and keep the background transparent. Reasons for this include needing a transparent background in a web page design or in an InDesign file. Here’s how to do this. Read the rest of this entry »
by Chad Neuman
This technique can be useful when creating brochure, web site, or poster designs. Creating duplicated layers from selections and then applying layer styles to them is a simple yet effective technique. Let’s get started. Read the rest of this entry »
by Chad Neuman
Combining two photos to create a new look is a fun way to learn various techniques. We’ll learn how to use the Circular Marquee tool from the center, adjusting the opacity of a layer, creating a path from a selection and adding text along it in the process. Let’s get started.
by Chad Neuman
Let’s say you need add an image to another one, but it needs to look seamless. The image we’ll be adding to the other needs to have the same angle and texture of the other one. We can use the lens distortion tool and a layer blending mode for this example, and it’s also a fun way to learn the lens distortion tool and layer blending modes. Read the rest of this entry »