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Adobe Photoshop Q and A

Adobe Photoshop Q and A

What are the Mac and Mac LCD anti-aliasing options in the Type menu used for? There may be times when you’re designing a project in Photoshop CC and you’d like the type in the design to mimic what it would look like if it appeared in a Web browser. Simply choose either Mac or Mac LCD (PC: Windows or Windows LCD) under Type>Anti-Alias. This will create semitransparent/ shaded pixels around the text that will give it a crisper look, mimicking what you’d see in the browser. What’s the difference between the Adaptive Wide Angle and Lens Correction filters in Photoshop? ... Read More »

New and Hidden Font Features in Adobe Creative Cloud

New and Hidden Font Features in Adobe Creative Cloud

With all the new features added to the Creative Cloud versions of Photoshop, InDesign, and Illustrator, it’s easy to miss some that are the most useful. Each time Adobe revises these applications, they improve the way you interact with fonts. Strangely, different improvements are given to each application. Preview Selections (PS, ID & IL) All three apps let you scroll through your font list to see a live preview applied to selected text. It works like this: Select some text in your document. Click on the name of the font in the Character panel, Options Bar, or Control Panel. Press ... Read More »

Photoshop entertainment

Photoshop entertainment

Ever since I saw his first Photoshop tutorial, I knew Corey Barker saw things differently, and the results are really really cool. He can realistically change a dry cityscape into a rainy street scene, complete with puddle reflections and falling drops. Or he can use something like rendered fibers to make believable water pour from a faucet. But sometimes Corey shows what goes into a big, complicated production, without necessarily making it into training video. He shows the process. Originally inspired by “speed painting” videos on YouTube, he has done a number of time-lapse videos of larger projects. Some have ... Read More »

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