PS workshop tuts
The brush tool has all the same blend modes as layers, but the brush tool includes two additional blend modes: Behind and Clear.The "Behind" blend mode will apply paint only on transparent pixels in a layer. The "Clear" blend mode turns the pixels you paint on transparent, much like the Eraser tool.
One way to sharpen an image is to use the High Pass Filter. To do so, duplicate the layer you want to sharpen by selecting it and pressing Ctrl J (Mac: Command J). Change the duplicate layer’s blend mode to Overlay, then go to Filter > Other > High Pass. Then use the Radius slider to adjust the sharpening. Make sure that the Preview check box is checked so you can see how the sharpening is affecting your image.
To make a document the same size as another open document, Go to the Image Size or Canvas Size dialog boxes (Image Image Size or Canvas Size). Then while the dialog box is open, go to Window and select any other open document which will be displayed at the bottom of the Window menu and Photoshop will automatically fill in the values for that image. Press OK and the image will resize.
In this beginners tutorial I will show you the most used techniques for cutting and extracting subjects from the background using Photoshop. For solid color backgrounds it’s best to use the smart selection tools (Magic Wand and Quick Selection) but using them will usually requite to also use the Refine Edge in order to get …
Blend If Has Brothers! I have done a ton of tutorials showcasing one of Photoshop’s most powerful features, Blend If. However, I am often asked, “Blake I see you using Photoshop for Advanced Blending with Blend If, but can I do this in ____________ program?” It is a great question because these advanced blending adjustments are …