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Amazing Pro Nik Photoshop Plugins - 100% Off - 100% Free

I've been meaning to tell you about this super deal, finally a real one - how about an amazing package of pro plugins for free? Thanks to Google, it's happening right now. Starting immediately, the latest Nik Collection will be freely available to download: Analog Efex Pro, Color Efex Pro, Silver Efex Pro, Viveza, HDR Efex Pro, Sharpener Pro and Dfine. Easily create the photos you’ve imagined with six powerful plug-ins for Photoshop, Lightroom, or Aperture with the Nik Collection. Use U Point technology to selectively edit just the parts of your photos that need touching up without losing time on complex masks and selections. (posted by Jennifer Apple for www.PhotoshopSupport.com)

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Try Adobe Stock Free for One Month - Ends Soon!

Here's a great deal from Adobe that will last until only the end of November — Get 10 Free Adobe Stock Images. Offer ends November 30th.. Your first month will be refunded when you sign up for one year of Adobe Stock (10 images a month plan) at US$29.99/mo. (plus applicable taxes) Cancel risk free within the first month. World-class images right inside Photoshop and other Creative Cloud Apps. Find the perfect photo or graphic to jump-start your next project and make it amazing. Purchase, access and manage your images directly from Photoshop CC, Illustrator CC, InDesign CC and other Adobe CC desktop apps... (posted by Jennifer Apple for www.PhotoshopSupport.com)

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Topaz Full Photo Collection - Half Price - All Plugins For $249.99

It's that time of year again! From November 25th through November 30th, Topaz isoffering 50% off of the full Topaz Photography Collection. Whether you want to achieve stunning photo enhancements or apply artistic effects, this unique collection has you covered. With the recent addition of Topaz Texture Effects, the Photography Collection now includes 17 products for only $499.99. SEE COUPON CODE... (posted by Jennifer Apple for www.PhotoshopSupport.com)

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Topaz Texture Effects Sale - $49.99

Topaz Texture Effects will be on sale through November 20th. It will retail for $69.99, however you can purchase it for only $49.99 ($20 off) until November 20th. Texture Effects allows users to create a variety of textured, toned, and lighting effects in a fraction of the time it takes in other editing software. The program includes a library of over 150 expertly crafted effects, an extensive collection of texture assets (275+ high-resolution assets!), and instant access to effects other Topaz users have shared with the new Topaz Community. That means no more scouring the web for a look that inspires you. With Texture Effects, inspiration is only a click away... (posted by Jennifer Apple for www.PhotoshopSupport.com)

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PhotoshopSupport and Adobe Exclusive Deal On Creative Cloud Photography Plan - Save Up To 20% On Your First Year

PhotoshopSupport.com and Adobe invite you to become a Creative Cloud Photography plan member today and save up to 20% on your first year! You'll pay just US$7.99 every month for the first year for a Creative Cloud Photography plan membership which includes access to Photoshop CC and Lightroom. Offer valid from October 28, 2015 to November 28, 2016, for customers of PhotoshopSupport.com only. Use this link to get this exclusive deal... (posted by Jennifer Apple for www.PhotoshopSupport.com)

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Adobe Announces Major Updates to its Entire Photoshop and Lightroom Product Line

From the Adobe Blog: Today’s announcement is so broad that some product updates are immediately available while others are still undergoing finishing touches from our engineers and will ship in the coming weeks. As always, all the updates are available to Creative Cloud members according to your plan. Here’s what’s available today... (posted by Jennifer Apple for www.PhotoshopSupport.com)

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Merging multiple images to create a panorama

From Camera Raw Essential Training with Julieanne Kost, a new free video tutorial: Merging multiple images to create a panorama. (posted by Jennifer Apple for www.PhotoshopSupport.com)

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All About Smart Objects - Free Video Tutorial

You’ve likely heard the term “Smart Objects” when talking about non-destructive editing, but what exactly are they, and how do they differ from traditional layers? Find out in this free video tutotial. (posted by Jennifer Apple for www.PhotoshopSupport.com)

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Creating Time-Lapse Videos In Photoshop - Free Tutorial

Photoshop makes it really easy to take a sequence of images and make a video, creating what is typically known as a time-lapse video. Check it out in this free tutorial — Creating a time-lapse video in Photoshop from Lynda.com. (posted by Jennifer Apple for www.PhotoshopSupport.com)

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Clipping An Image Inside Type - Free Photoshop Video Tutorial

Discover how easy it is to clip a photograph within type with this free video (Clipping an image inside type in Photoshop), from Lynda.com. (posted by Jennifer Apple for www.PhotoshopSupport.com)

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Photoshop Text Effect Tutorial - Scott Kelby

This text effect tutorial from Scott Kelby is a good one. Based on an a Photoshop CC feature that is mostly unknown. (posted by Jennifer Apple for www.PhotoshopSupport.com)

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Using Blend Modes To Emulate An Image Transfer Effect - Free Photoshop Video Training

Watch the leatest free video from Julieanne Kost at lynda.com, Using blend modes to emulate an image transfer effect. See how easy it is to use blend modes to emulate an image transfer effect in Photoshop. (posted by Jennifer Apple for www.PhotoshopSupport.com)

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Creative Cloud Chronicles: The June CC 2015.5 Update

(June 22, 2016)
While updates are being pushed out regularly to subscribers, as in past years Adobe has chosen June to deliver a big dose of new functionality in CC 2015.5, with the emphasis on Photoshop and Adobe Stock. Less welcome is the disappearance of direct downloads for applications.


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Adding a PDF Watermark

(Mon, 28 Apr 2014 00:00:00 GMT)

It's straightforward to apply watermarks to PDF pages if you have the right software. Using the example of a review process, this tip uses the example of adding a "Draft" watermark to a document in order to distinguish it from the final version. This tip shows you how to accomplish this popular task in Adobe Acrobat or Debenu PDF Tools Pro.



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Reordering pages in Acrobat

(Tue, 12 Nov 2013 00:00:00 GMT)

Reordering pages in a PDF document is basically as easy and dragging and dropping. It is something that comes in handy when a document has been saved as a PDF and just needs slight reordering to make it perfect. Here is a step by step guide to do it in Adobe Acrobat 11.



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Reordering pages in Acrobat

(Tue, 12 Nov 2013 00:00:00 GMT)

Reordering pages in a PDF document is basically as easy and dragging and dropping. It is something that comes in handy when a document has been saved as a PDF and just needs slight reordering to make it perfect. Here is a step by step guide to do it in Adobe Acrobat 11.



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Welcome to The Digital Art Studio

(Wed, 22 Jun 2016 05:00:43 +0000)

Digital Art Studio 1: Customizing Photoshop shortcuts This is the first post in a new series we’re calling The Digital Art Studio. Here I’ll share with you some of the ways I integrate digital tools into my creative workflow. These posts will generally be fairly short and will mainly focus on the digital aspect to how I create artwork. Projects will alternate between each of the different apps (mostly Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator), some will move between apps, and others will touch on how I integrate traditional and digital tools together. I intended this first post to be a dive into a cool project, but realized that before I get down to work in my digital studio, I always make sure that it’s set up so I’m able to move quickly, intuitively, and smoothly. It’s the digital equivalent of scraping down my palette and squeezing out new paint. Things must be set up properly if you’re going to work smoothly. So if I’m sitting down at a new machine, or I’ve recently reinstalled Photoshop or trashed preferences, my checklist means modifying a few preferences (such as turning off some of the Zoom settings and choosing the lightest User Interface), and setting up a [...]

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Photoshop CC 2015.5 New Features

(Tue, 21 Jun 2016 13:08:45 +0000)

Adobe has promised subscribers to its Creative Cloud plan that it will release major new versions of the applications every year. But sometimes, they like to give us interim releases to whet our appetites – and that’s the case with the awkwardly named Photoshop CC 2015.5. The new version, which will be a free download for Creative Cloud subscribers, brings an eclectic range of new features and techniques, some of which will prove genuinely useful. Facial recognition One of the more entertaining enhancements is an update to the Liquify filter that provides automatic facial recognition technology. Each face found in an image can be modified either by dragging sliders or, in line with Adobe’s preference for head-up displays, by dragging control handles directly on the image. So you can change the size, shape, slant and distance apart of the eyes; the height and width of the nose; the degree of smile or frown on a mouth and the size of the upper and lower lips, as well as the mouth width and height. You can also adjust the width of the whole face, move the forehead up and down, and raise and lower the chin and jawline. Using the new [...]

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Creating Social Media Graphics With Adobe Spark Post

(Mon, 13 Jun 2016 12:38:10 +0000)

Since the recent debut of Adobe Spark Post (previously Adobe Post), the Post team has made so many significant updates to the app. As a designer, you might think an app that handles much of the design and layout of graphics is cheating. But as a busy designer, I appreciate the fact that I am able to quickly get up and running with a look or concept and still have plenty of control over the design. I use Post for all of my social media graphics, from Facebook posts, to tweets where an image conveys my message best, to an eye-catching Pinterest banner, to Instagram snaps. Spark Post lets me easily create for all these platforms at once, using one cohesive design. Available for iPhone and iPad as well as an online version via the Creative Cloud, the app is free and comes loaded with options. I often need to create a series of graphics that are nearly identical, for instance when I release a new video and need to announce it on all my social media channels. Here is my recipe for whipping up a series of social media graphics. How to Use Adobe Spark Post Start with a [...]

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Illustrator Basics: Using the Magic Wand Tool

(Mon, 06 Jun 2016 05:00:01 +0000)

When it comes to selecting objects in Adobe Illustrator, you have several different ways to approach this task. Whether you’re a “drag across all objects” kind of guy, or a “shift-click to select each item” sort of gal, the point is that many roads will lead you to your destination. One technique I use—once I remind myself that it exists—is employing the Magic Wand tool. With “magic” in the name, I don’t know why I often forget about it. It’s a great option for me, because I have the bad habit of accidentally assigning two very similar colors to objects. As a result, I’ll have objects that are all red, but not the same red. If you’re one of those people, the Magic Wand tool might be your new best friend! Magic Wand Tool Basics Illustrator’s Magic Wand tool is found in the Tools panel, just below the Selection tool. To set the options for using the tool, either double-click it in the panel, or choose Magic Wand from the Window menu. In the Magic Wand panel, you indicate which attributes need to be similar for the Magic Wand to select multiple items. Your options include: Fill Color, Stroke Color, Stroke Weight, Opacity, [...]

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Mastering Photoshop Smart Objects: Blending Layers Without Masking

(Fri, 03 Jun 2016 05:00:25 +0000)

When it comes to mastering the art of blending layers (or any of Photoshop’s most important tools and techniques), there are three stages of Enlightenment. Stage 1: You Have (Almost) No Idea What You Are Doing. You muddle through and get the job done, but it takes way too long and doesn’t quite look right. Stage 2: You Find Something That Works. You develop a set of moves that achieves a professional result, but it’s still labor intensive. Stage 3: You Figure It Out. You come to understand how all those little checkboxes and sliders actually relate to each other (and to the image you’re working on), and make Photoshop do the work for you. You get pro results with minimal effort. If you’re at Stage 1 or Stage 2 with blending layers, check out the video below. It shows the amazing power of Smart Objects to help you create nondestructive blending effects without spending any time fussing around with selections or masks. And even cooler: you can animate the blending effect. Check it out!

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