Yes, I know the style is overdone but it has many techniques in here that are very useful for more stylized portraits. Until it starts looking "so 2009", anyway.
From a PC perspective - yes! Good to see that for a change; I've been using Photoshop since version 3 , so yes, serious Photoshop users *do* use PCs. ;) Some of these multi-key shortcuts were new to me, and hey - every time saver's a good thing.
Handmade Adobe-inspired pillows - get the entire CS suite for only $80. That's crazy insane.
These are just beyond yum. Especially love the letterpress filters; the halftone is yum too, though.
I don't know what gets me more excited; learning new shortcuts, or realizing that I know more than half already. Could it be that this behemoth program, which I have used for 10-odd years, is finally under my belt? It always seemed like there were so many new things I didn't know how to do with it. :)
From the so-hip-it-hurts-Photojojo, a set of skins for Photoshop, Aperture, After Effects and others. They sit right over your keys and help you to learn the (bajillions) of keyboard shortcuts for each program. Mac only, though, sniff, pout.
Good little tutorial, basic, but goes over a few things I didn't know about Comps.
Well that's just cool and overdue and possibly cool again. Photoshop for the Web - free, and presumably limited features, which I'll check out later today, but also including galleries and 2GB of storage. Did I mention free? Cool.
Seems like a really good pro-quality Flash based slideshow.
Absolutely hilarious new blog pointing out some scary indeed Photoshop work - I don't know what made me laugh harder, the iStockPhoto watermark on the Nintendo DS cover? The nipple-less model? Nope, it's gotta be the three hands. Love the Spiderman reference in the tagline. via NoahBrier.com
Nice basic overview of cross processing in Photoshop. The tutorial reads "for CS3" but it would be fine with most versions - it's strictly curves adustment layers.
Illustrator tips, tricks and tutorials. Sweet and lovely design. I need to learn how to use Illustrator. Surely after all these years in Photoshop it shouldn't be that