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New Photoshop Video Tutorial: Painted Background Effect - Clearly Commentated
Up for another Photoshop tutorial? In this video I go over some photo editing to make your images looks better overall by covering some usage of the level settings, and finally I add a painting looking effect to make your image stand out from the rest. This effect is sure to catch some attention. My Social Profiles: Google + Facebook: Twitter: My Other YouTube Accounts: VvPhonevV VvAnimatorvV JerryGames

New Photoshop Video Tutorial: 3ds max basics 2 of 2
Learn the basics of using 3DS Max in this beginner tutorial.

New Photoshop Video Tutorial: How to Add Fire and Sparks onto Your Text in Photoshop
Published on Aug 5, 2012 by psdvault In this tutorial, I will show you How to Add Fire and Sparks onto Text Layer via simple layer blending options and masking technique, as well as simple selection technique with Lasso Tool, and the use of unsharp mask filter.

New Photoshop Video Tutorial: Quick Tip #1: How to Create a Glossy Button Vector in Photoshop
This is a quick photoshop tutorial for everyone. This will show you the easiest and quickest way on how to create a glossy button vector in Adobe Photoshop in few simple steps.

New Photoshop Video Tutorial: Some New Tools in CS6
This video tutorial by by SharkPixel is a rough spin around some of the new features introduced in Adobe Photoshop's CS6 beta, including: The new content aware move tool The new content aware patch tool settings The not so new puppet warp tool

New Photoshop Video Tutorial: Learn about the Content Aware Move Tool
One of the more cutting-edge features delivered in Photoshop CS6 Beta is the brand new Content-Aware Move Tool. The concept of this tool is that you will be able to select objects in your image and move them around and Photoshop will do all the edge work and re-blend your object (face, person, building, car, etc... etc...) into whatever part of the image you move it to. The tool is a far cry from being perfect and often time's takes a little tweaking and playing with to get a great result.

New Photoshop Video Tutorial: Let's Change the Background, Shall We?
Are you new to Photoshop? Have you been trying to teach yourself the basics of Photoshop but have found the amount of educational material available on the net a bit overwhelming? This is the perfect tutorial for you and it will be explaining the color range and refining the selection in a Layer mask. Tutorial Details Program: Adobe Photoshop Difficulty: Beginner Estimated Completion Time: 5 Minutes Let’s get started!

New Photoshop Video Tutorial: Create and Then Shatter a Grid, while Making a Typographic Poster
Let’s get our own share of typography with this dark and grungy poster. No, this is not your typical design, as we’ll be ‘breaking the grid’ in hope of creating a dynamic and exciting layout. So grab the usual tools of the trade, Photoshop and Illustrator, and follow these steps into creating your own solution. – Alex Beltechi

New Photoshop Video Tutorial: Design a Shiny Bass Guitar Illustration
In this tutorial by Wojciech Pijecki, we’re going to draw a detailed bass guitar illustration. We’ll show you how to create all the shapes and connect them to make this quality bass. It’s a pretty long and time-consuming tutorial, though I’ve streamlined the descriptions as much as possible. So let’s get started!

New Photoshop Video Tutorial: CS6 Introduces Background Save and Liquify Performance Enhancements
Today, Photoshop Product Manager Zorana Gee will explain in this video tutorial some features of CS6. There are a couple of really nice enhancements to Photoshop; Background Save and some performance tweaks to Liquify. The first feature that Zorana shows is Background Save. Another fantastic feature that Zorana demonstrates is a performance tweak to Liquify. So let's get into details!

New Photoshop Video Tutorial: Sneak Peek at Camera Raw
In this video taken straight from the laptop of our Senior Product Manager, Bryan O'Neil Hughes, get an early look at some of the things the Photoshop team is working on for Camera Raw.

New Photoshop Video Tutorial: Sneak Peek at CS6
Here's a peek from Photoshop Product Manager Stephen Nielsen of a tool that will add blur to any image without masks, layers or depth maps.

New Photoshop Video Tutorial: Cod 4 Text Effect
This video tutorial by GraphicsHeart will teach how to recreate the Call of Duty 4 text effect.

New Photoshop Video Tutorial: Create a Beer Text Effect
In this Photoshop video tutorial by IceflowStudios we will teach you how to create a "Beer Text Effect" in CS5. This design can go in many directions and you are free to experiment with the layer styles!

New Photoshop Video Tutorial: Simple Selective Colour with Camera RAW
He's a quick, simple and powerful way to create a mono image whilst retaining just one single colour. The technique in this video tutorial by PhotoGavin is known as selective color or colour pop and doesn't require any selections.

New Photoshop Video Tutorial: Oil Paint Filter in CS6
Check out the new Oil Paint Filter inside of the Photoshop CS6! This video tutorial by IceflowStudios will teach you some useful things about it.

New Photoshop Video Tutorial: Content-Aware Patch Tool in CS6
Finally, Content-Aware has been brought to the Patch Tool in Photoshop CS6! Check out why this is such a big deal in this video tutorial by IceflowStudios.

New Photoshop Video Tutorial: Video Editing in CS6
Video editing inside of Photoshop CS6 has been completely redone! In this video tutorial by IceflowStudios we will show you how! Best of all, it's now available to ALL Photoshop users!

New Photoshop Video Tutorial: Color Splash Effect in CS6
This video tutorial by IceflowStudios will single out a specific color in your images, leaving the rest black and white in Photoshop CS6. This method also works in previous versions of Photoshop!