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    Photoshop CS6: Original Filter Menu

    By default, you may or may not see all the filters available in Photoshop CS6. Let’s bring them all back in the Preferences. In Windows, go to Edit > Preferences > Plug-Ins Mac: Photoshop > Preferences > Plug-Ins Be sure “Show all Filter Gallery groups and names” is checked. Click OK. You should now have all […] More

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    Valentines Cloudy Heart Overlay

    Valentines Day is here and so am I. Here’s a simple template I made up in Sony Vegas Pro 12 for the occasion. It’s an overlay of a heart in the clouds. Simply add your footage! Take a look at the final outcome below to see it in action. Overview Download Project File .Zip 31.9 MB […] More

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    Photoshop: Colorize QR Code

    A little over a year ago, we took a look at adding a logo inside a QR code in Photoshop. However, we left that QR code in its original color, black. Today, we’ll be taking that a step further to show you how to colorize your very own QR code! More

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    Photoshop: New Layer Below

    One little function that can be easily overlooked in Photoshop is the ability to create a new layer below the current layer. Normally, one would simply click the Create a New Layer icon (Ctrl+Shift+N) to add a new layer above the current layer. To add a new layer below the current layer, hold Ctrl while clicking the New Layer icon. More

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    Photoshop: Layers to Files

    You can export and save layers as individual files in Photoshop. Simply navigate to File > Scripts > Export Layers to Files… You can set options to control the output type and generation of names as they are named automatically. After choosing the destination folder and applying all options, click Run. More

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    Photoshop: Kuler

    Looking for great color schemes to use for your project? Check out http://kuler.adobe.com. You can even access Kuler in Photoshop by going to Window > Extensions > Kuler where you can browse, edit and use your chosen themes. More

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    Photoshop: Zoom with Scroll Wheel

    Sometimes hitting Ctrl +/- for zooming in and out can take longer and drag your workflow. Why not go to Edit > Preferences > General (Ctrl – K) in Photoshop and tick “Zoom with Scroll Wheel” on. That way you can zoom in and out quicker using just the scroll wheel on your mouse! More

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    Photoshop CS6 Beta!

    Adobe Photoshop CS6 Beta is now available to download Free! Some of the highlights include, Content-Aware Patch, Faster Performance and a Modern UI, and New re-engineered design tools. Oh, and did I mention..Video Editing! Try It Out! [button url=”http://labs.adobe.com/downloads/photoshopcs6.html” size=”large” variation=”red” align=”center”]Get Beta Free (Adobe.com)[/button] More

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    Color Wheel for Photoshop

    Ever think about alternate ways of selecting color in Photoshop? Could there be a tool that allows us to precisely select a certain color? Like a color wheel? You bet, it’s called, “Coolorus”. Coolorus allows you to choose colors from an easy to use color wheel. It offers different Color Schemes, Color Modes, has the […] More

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