Quick-Tip: Select All Layers in Photoshop With This Hotkey Combo

There is no official hotkey to select all layers in Photoshop. You also cannot set one in the Keyboard Shortcuts menu. But it's still possible! Here's a tip on how to select all layers in Photoshop.

Create a Grungy 3D Text Poster in Photoshop

Learn how to create real 3D text all inside Photoshop CS5 Extended! This tutorial will show you how to create a grungy poster out of the modern 3D text effect that you will learn how to make. You will also learn some tricks such as how to randomize brush settings to avoid “clone-stamp patterns”.

The Fastest Way to Remove Red Eye in Photoshop

When you're taking pictures of people or pets up close with a flash, you might get red eye. Fixing it is incredibly easy with Photoshop's red eye tool. In this tutorial, you'll learn how to use the tool to fix red-eye with natural results.

How to Create an Urban Desaturated Look in Photoshop

In this Photoshop tutorial, you'll learn how to create an urban filter in Photoshop. This effect is great for night time city photography. As complex as it looks, this effect is created from only three layers.

Photoshop CC 2019 - Everything You Need To Know

Photoshop CC 2019 brings some impressive and much needed updates. This update focuses more on improving the user experience. But there are some new features/tools. Read this guide to learn what's new in Photoshop CC 2019.

Create a Winter Scene with Fire Particle Lights in Photoshop

Learn how to create this photo manipulation that mixes a winter scene with fire. Find out how to create particle lights using Photoshop’s brush tool and some layer styles then complete the image with an old-style paper texture.

Create the Teal and Orange Look in Photoshop With Two Simple Layers

Find out how to create the teal and orange look with this easy Photoshop tutorial. You'll learn how to use the channel mixer and hue/saturation to achieve this.

How to Create Duotones in Photoshop

Duotone is one of the most universal effects you can add to your photos. It works with almost any photo and looks great as backgrounds, headers, etc. It's also incredibly easy to achieve in Photoshop. You can create the duotone effect by adding one Gradient Map adjustment layer. In this tutorial, you'll learn how to […]

Create Chocolate Brown Tones with One Photoshop Layer

This chocolate brown effect is a popular look in the fashion and portrait photography world. Unlike sepia that makes your photo look old and antique, this tutorial gives you a look that's modern and chic. Best of all, this Photoshop tutorial will show you how to do this with just ONE layer.

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