Hi gang, and happy Monday (groan). Aw come on, it’s going to be a great week (especially since I’m on vacation out in Vegas. Whoo hoo!).
Anyway, here’s another installment in my on-going series of Photoshop Buried Treasure — this time it’s about a filter in Photoshop CC that’s been there for a while, but it’s hidden deep within Photoshop’s dense forest of filters (sorry, couldn’t help myself). Anyway, it’s a filter that makes trees. I am not making this up (see above where I added that tree. Not the treasure map. Up at the very top). Check it this filter out below, mateys:
Hope you found that helpful. :)
Hey, Richmond and Nashville, some Lightroom training is coming your way…
…as I’m coming there for my full-day seminar later this month. Here’s a link with all the details. Come on out and spend the day with me. Just $89 if you book your ticket now. Includes LOTS of goodies (like presets and stuff). See you there!
Have a good one everybody, and plant a tree today (even if it’s a digital one). ;-)
I have Photoshop CC, and when I go to this filter, it is grayed out, along with the frame filter. My guess is that it has something to do with my video card. Any suggestions?
Well who ever knew that was there, not me!