One of the best things about Photoshop is that you never stop learning. I’ve been working with the software for about 12 years, and I always stumble across something I didn’t know, whether it be a new feature, or just a new, better way of doing something. There are countless tips and tricks to help boost your productivity and work flow some are obvious and easy to find while some you have to dig a little to seek them out. In this post I’m going to reveal 25 of the best advanced techniques to help you design faster and better within Adobe Photoshop.
Along with our incredible premium resources that we post daily here at WeGraphics, we post a ton of great free resources as well. I thought this might be a good time to round some of them up into one convenient post. In the comment field below let us know what you think of this selection of free resources.
In this tutorial we’re going to explore how to recreate an awesome video cover art with just a couple of photos and a single Photoshop brush set. The intent of this tutorial is to show you how what looks like a complex design can really be very simple when deconstructed.
Nothing makes designing non-destructively in Photoshop easier than Smart Objects. If you’re not familiar with the term “non-destructive design” it basically means to apply effects and edits to a layer without destroying that layers original contents. With Smart Objects and Smart Filters you’re applying your filters separately as you would layer styles, they remain editable and can also be partially removed like a layer mask.
This week we have a great photo based wallpaper design called “Veggie Abstract” from German photographer Guenter Hoeps. You can see more of Guenter’s great photo work on his deviantART page.
As we’re approaching the end of the hottest summer and worst drought in recorded history here in Texas, I decided a nice cold winter scene tutorial was in order. In this tutorial I’m going to walk you through my process and the techniques I used to create this nice cold winter portrait.
When designing in Photoshop every little tip and trick to reduce your amount of clicks can add up to better workflow and more time saved. That’s exactly why I find this next tip to be an invaluable asset to my daily production.
Over the past few weeks we’ve posted some incredible vector resources, and I thought this might be a good time to round them all up into one convenient post. In the comment field below let us know what you think of this selection, and what you type of vectors you would like to see us posting more of in the future.
I love abstract 3D renders. Some of them are simple while some of them are breath taking, like the one we’ve chosen this week as our wallpaper of the week. This piece is called “Nareji” by Spanish artist Ignacio Capellán. You can see more of Ignacio’s incredible work on his deviantART page. Download and marvel at this amazing render.
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