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Photoshop CC New Features: Is it Worth the Switch?

by on May 6, 2013

A new version of Photoshop will be coming this June! Photoshop CC (Creative Cloud) is a new name but essentially the same Photoshop with dozens of new features. Some of the best features include the Camera Shake Reduction filter which lets you correct photos blurred by camera shake, Intelligent Upsampling to enlarge your photos with better results, and an all new Smart Sharpen filter. Check out the new features and see if it’s worth the upgrade for you.

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How to Create a Colorful Retro Poster in Easy Steps

by on May 5, 2013

Learn how to create a retro-style wallpaper with this Photoshop tutorial! This tutorial will show you how to create a wallpaper with shiny textures, loads of lens flares, and bright colors. Have fun!

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How to Create a Surreal Gothic Artwork in Photoshop

by on April 28, 2013

Learn how to create this creepy gothic artwork in Photoshop! In this tutorial, you will learn how to create create a symmetrical background, add reflections, and warp a face so that it looks like a child. Try it out!

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Freebie: 12 Film, Instagram, and Prestalgia Faded Film Photoshop Actions

by on April 23, 2013

Simulate the look of faded films including effects from Instagram, and Prestalgia with these 12 Photoshop actions. The Instagram and Prestalgia effects are faded to mimic the popular faded film look seen in many Adobe Lightroom presets. If you’re a SparkleStock member, you get access to all 75 effects! That’s 31 film emulations, 19 from Instagram, and 25 from Prestalgia. Try out these actions today!

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Create a Retro and Futuristic Design in Photoshop

by on April 22, 2013

Learn how to utilize the Repousse feature in Photoshop Extended to create a poster that has a mix of retro and modern effects. This tutorial will teach you many subjects such as how to work with shapes, apply patterns, brushes, create 3D objects, and apply photo effects. To follow this tutorial, you'll need Photoshop CS5 Extended or newer.

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