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  • Category Archives Photoshop

    down&dirtyfriday

    OK, it's official - I'm making every Friday here on my blog, "Photoshop Down & Dirty Tricks Friday" where I'll share a simple, hopefully helpful, and certainly fun Photoshop special effect — the type of effects you see in ads, on the Web, in banners, etc. This one I'm showing you today I especially like because I'm showing how I created a perspective text effect for the Facebook promos I did for my last seminar tour (my "Shoot like a Pro Tour"), but I'm using the date of the next stop in my "all new" tour (my "Reloaded!" seminar), so it's both a Photoshop trick, and a subtle plug of my upcoming Phoenix live seminar stop on Tuesday, September 22nd (like the way I worked that in there?). Anyway, here's how it goes (and it uses a filter a lot of folks haven't tried, the Vanishing…

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    Here's a really popular, super simple, technique for creating ad backgrounds (you see this look a lot in print ads and online banners. The one we're going to recreate is a print ad I saw for the Modern Shoe Hospital), but there's an added super-handy trick inside of this, and it's how to keep the original drop shadow from a placed product shot on a white background. It's cooler than it sounds. Here goes: STEP ONE: Open a new document and fill the background with a solid color. This doc is around 8"x10" at 72 ppi resolution. STEP TWO: Create a new blank layer, then get the Elliptical Marque tool and create a large oval-shaped section (like the one you see here). Now set your Foreground color to white, then press Option-Delete (PC: Alt-Backspace) to fill your oval with White (as seen here). Now…

    I saw this Photoshop down & dirty technique in a print ad for the Samsung Galaxy S4 and thought I'd break it down for you, here.   STEP ONE: Open your background image (in the Samsung Ad I saw, it had a child holding a bunch of balloons, kinda like what you see here (I downloaded this stock photo from dollarphotoclub.com). STEP TWO: Open an image of a cell phone (here's a stock cell phone photo, also from dollarphotoclub). Put a selection around the cell phone (as seen here), and then Copy just the phone into memory (I used the Magic Wand tool to click on the white background, then I pressed Shift-Command-I (PC: Shift-Ctrl-I) to invert the selection (The opposite of the white background is, of course, the phone. It's an old trick). STEP THREE: Now Paste the cell phone image (that you copied into memory…

    If I had a cool technique to show you, but it has a lot of steps, would you do it if: (a) You kew up front that it's super easy to do. Anyone can do this. (b) You'll learn some really helpful stuff, and shortcuts, just by doing it even once. OK, are you in? Remember — it's not hard at all. It's simple. It just takes a bunch of steps, but I promise you'll enjoy it (and it'll be worth it). OK, so I'm in the Atlanta airport a few weeks ago and I keep seeing this ad campaign for Microsoft Cloud, so I snapped this pic of it (above).  While my photo of it is kinda lame (snapped at the last minute on a moving escalator with my cell phone), I think the effect is pretty cool, and it's pretty simple to…

    Greetings from Swingin' London everybody! So, check this out — Canon just released a special, limited-time bundle deal and I am so excited that we're a part of it. Here's the scoop: If, during the run of this offer, you buy either a: > Canon 5D Mark III, or a Canon 7D Mark II, or Canon 6D It comes with: > A full year subscription to the Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan (so, basically Photoshop CC & Lightroom CC), PLUS > A full-year of online training on Photoshop CC and Lightroom CC from us at KelbyOne. So, it's the camera, the software, and the tools to learn Photoshop and Lightroom. Oh yeah! Here's the link with full details on the "Power to Create" offer. Also, check out the promo video below: http://youtu.be/NtwpDeA36KQ Hope you all have a great Monday! Best, -Scott P.S. Hope to…

    Hey Gang: Adobe just announced The 2015 Release of Creative Cloud, and there's cool new stuff in Photoshop, Lightroom, and Lightroom for your Mobile Devices, plus there's some cool mobile apps, new "Adobe Stock" stock photos accessible right from within your CC applications, and a whole bunch more fun stuff for Creative Cloud subscribers. You can check out Adobe's 2015 Release of Creative Cloud page for more details. Visit our KelbyOne 2015 Release Launch Center for some free training on the Creative Cloud's new features. Also, I did a write up on all the cool new Lightroom & Lightroom for your Mobile Device new features over at our sister site: LightroomKillerTips.com - so you can check that out right here.  It's a big fun day - lots of cool new stuff across a whole bunch of Apps - will share more soon! Best, -Scott      

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