It’s a little this late this month or should say for last month. Normally these tutorial features happen at the end of the month or during the first week of the following month. But with my current schedule, I couldn’t get the collection created any sooner than today. Anyways, here is last May’s Photoshop tutorials.
Last May had some great tutorials. I found at least thirty tutorials, out of those thirty, I have listed seventeen useful tutorials that range from beginner to advanced user level tutorials. Most of them are photo manipulations but I did find some Photoshop CS6 introductory tutorials on new features and tools.
How to Use the New Timeline Panel in Photoshop CS6
“Have you always wanted to add special effects to your videos but found the thought of learning Adobe Premiere or After Effects a bit daunting or time-consuming? Photoshop CS6 includes a new video timeline panel that will allow you to add effects to your video clips directly in Photoshop. In this episode of our Introduction to Photoshop CS6 series we will show you how this new feature works.” – Kinda cool, but I rather use Final Cut or After Effects in my video projects.
How to Draw a Leica Camera in Photoshop
“Leica is considered one of the most prestigious camera brands. In this tutorial, we will draw one of the most notable Leica cameras in Photoshop, the Leica M1.” This is an intermediate tutorial and should take on a few hours to complete.
Introduction to the New Oil Paint Filter in Photoshop CS6 “Filters are a powerful tool in Photoshop to help you apply quick effects to your images. The Oil Paint filter in Photoshop CS6 will give any image a painted look. In this tutorial, we will introduce you to this new filter. Let’s get started!” This is a beginner level tutorial video and is designed for new users or if you haven’t gotten your hands on CS6 yet, then this just a look at a new tool in CS6.
Using Paragraph and Character Styles in Photoshop CS6 “In this past, working with a lot of text in Photoshop was a hassle. Global changes to text simply could not be made easily. In Photoshop CS6, Adobe has given us new ways to manage our text. This episode of our Introduction to Photoshop CS6 series will explain the new Paragraph and Character style panels. Let’s take a look!” This is a beginner level tutorial video and is designed for new users or if you haven’t gotten your hands on CS6 yet, then this just a look at a new tool in CS6.
Use Split Frequency Healing to Retouch a Photo in Photoshop “Let’s take a look at the image that we’ll be using for this tutorial. Below you’ll see a typical example of markup you might receive from a client. It might be a jpeg like this, a scan of a pen-annotated print or simply a set of instructions or suggestions, but ultimately you’ll be expected to deliver on a set brief.” This is an intermediate tutorial and should take about two hours.
New Brush Features in Photoshop CS6 “The Brush Panel in Photoshop CS6 includes plenty of new features. In this episode of our Introduction to Photoshop CS6 series we will explain how to work with Live Pen Tilt Preview, Brush Projection, as well as the new Erodible Tip and Airbrush brushes. Let’s get started!” This is a beginner level tutorial video and is designed for new users or if you haven’t gotten your hands on CS6 yet, then this just a look at a new tool in CS6.
How to Use Adaptive Wide-Angle Filter in Photoshop CS6 “The Adaptive Wide Angle Filter in Photoshop CS6 will allow you to straighten curves and lines in photos taken with a fisheye or wide-angle lens. In this tutorial we will explain how this new filter works. Let’s get started!” This is a beginner level tutorial video and is designed for new users or if you haven’t gotten your hands on CS6 yet, then this just a look at a new tool in CS6.
How to Create Masks of Transparent Elements in Photoshop “Selections are an essential part of any photo editing workflow, but often, selections aren’t as straight-forward as they might seem. In this tutorial we will explain how to make a selection of a glass that includes transparent elements.” This tutorial is a beginner level tutorial created using Photoshop CS5.
Create an Amplifier Interface From Scratch in Photoshop “In this tutorial we will explain how to create an amplifier interface using simple shapes and layer styles.” This is fun tutorial. It is considered an intermediate tutorial. Even if you are a new user, give it a try. It isn’t difficult if you are familiar with the tools used to create the final image.
How to Create a Grim Reaper Scene Artwork in Photoshop “Learn how to create this dark scene of a grim reaper in Photoshop. This tutorial will show you how to combine images, work with layer styles, and create a grunge color effect.”
How to Create an Outdoor Fantasy Manipulation in Photoshop “Learn how to create this photo manipulation using a combo of different stock photos and artworks. You’ll learn how to create a soft photo effect, add moss to rocks, and enhance a pool of water with some water lilies.” This tutorial is an intermediate tutorial.
Create a Emotional Midnight Photo Manipulation with Painting-Like Effects “Learn how to composite this nighttime artwork and retouch skin with a smooth painting-like effect! This tutorial will show you how to composite this image with various stock photos, soften skin, and apply special lighting and color effects.” This is an intermediate tutorial.
How to Create this “Into the Wild” Photo Manipulation in Photoshop “Learn how to create this photo manipulation with this detailed step-by-step walkthrough. You’ll learn how to combine a beautiful redhead model with a black raven in a mystical landscape scene.” This is intermediate tutorial.
Create a Dark Vintage Style Motorcycle Poster Design “My absolute favourite style of motorcycle is the custom “bobber”. I love the stripped down appearance and the raw vintage styling. It’s my plan to chop up a bike of my own one day, but for now I have to settle with designing custom motorcycle posters instead. Follow this step by step Photoshop and Illustrator tutorial to combine photography and typography and create a dark vintage style motorcycle poster design.” This a straight forward tutorial not to hard, but I give this tutorial an advanced rating because it used Illustrator to complete the design.
Quick Tip: Learn How To Create a Vintage Photo Effect in Photoshop Creating vintage looks to images is popular and you can easily create the vintage look using programs like instagram. But what if you do not have an iPhone? You can use Photoshop to create the vintage look with Photoshop. This tutorial shows you how to do it. This is a beginner tutorial.
Photoshop winged rebel design tutorial “In this special tutorial, we will teach you how to create a creative winged rebel poster design using Photoshop. This guide will give you insights on how to merge different layers creatively, as well as how to add extra details and “dirtiness” into a background to make it more intricate and creative. Using these tricks should help you create a fairly intricate and dramatic full color poster design of your own.“ This is an intermediate tutorial.
Create Abstract Dark Photo Manipulation with Splatter Brushes in Photoshop “In this tutorial, I will show you the steps I took to Create Abstract Dark Photo Manipulation with Splatter Brushes in Photoshop. This is an intermediate level Photoshop tutorial and some steps can be a bit tricky, but why not have a try!” This is an intermediate tutorial.