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Video Course: Learning an Effective, Non Destructive Workflow (Free Video Lesson + New Course Release)

Video Course: Learning an Effective, Non Destructive Workflow (Free Video Lesson + New Course Release)

By Tom Ross, 14th January, 2014, 3 Comments

(Articles - Site News)

Does this sound familiar? You’re working away on a design, only to find that you’ve made a few mistakes along the way. However, you can’t undo them, so you have to either start over, or lose a ton of your work! We’ve all been there, but luckily there is a better way! Non-Destructive Editing!. Today’s free video lesson gives you a peek at our second video course ‘Learning an Effective, Non Destructive Workflow’.

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Blend Multiple Images Better With the Edging Technique

Blend Multiple Images Better With the Edging Technique

By Tom Ross, 7th January, 2014, 6 Comments

(Photo Effects - Tutorials)

In today’s video lesson I show you the ‘edging technique’ which is a quick, but very effective way to improve the blending of multiple images in your Photoshop work.

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A New Direction for PSDFAN

A New Direction for PSDFAN

By Tom Ross, 2nd January, 2014, 41 Comments

(Articles - Site News)

5 years ago I started a blog called PSDFAN. After some hard lessons learned, I have some big news about the future of this blog…

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Photo Manipulate a Fiery Fantasy Warrior

Photo Manipulate a Fiery Fantasy Warrior

By Antaka Nguyen, 12th December, 2013, 10 Comments

(Photo Effects - Tutorials)

Photo manipulation is at the very core of digital art. It teaches us about composition, blending, complex workflows and many other aspects of being a top designer. Today’s design lesson will teach you how to photo manipulate a fantasy flaming warrior using a range of professional techniques. You’ll learn how to composite several images into a single cohesive scene. You’ll learn how to blend effectively, apply surface textures and lighting and much more.

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Create a Surreal, Floating Landscape With a Fantasy Twist

Create a Surreal, Floating Landscape With a Fantasy Twist

By Santhosh Rao, 28th November, 2013, 5 Comments

(Photo Effects - Tutorials)

Floating landscapes always make for fun Photoshop work. However, often with floating landscape compositions, the floating landscape is the extent of the image, and it lacks any real story. Over at our members community, members are buzzing with ideas and inspiration. We teach people that it’s more important to develop creative direction than it is to master every complex tool in Photoshop. The crucial thing is for your images to tell a story, and to mean something to the viewer.

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