If you're more confident than a beginner, but not yet an expert Photoshop user, then these creative Photoshop tutorials for intermediate-level designers are for you.
A style frame is a snapshot of a finished frame as it would look within a longer animation. It aims to capture the overall look and feel of an animated or live action video, but in a still image. For this tutorial we'll use an example for a title sequence that would precede a new TV show.
Adobe's 60-second Make It Now video shows you how to use Photoshop to make a double exposure.
If you've ever tried to change the background of a person with frizzy hair or a horizon dotted with bushy foliage, you'll know just how intensely time consuming and nigh-on impossible this can be. Luckily the Photoshop CC Refine Edge box tool is here to make your life easier. To explain this crucial tool, we run through its seven main features.
If you like working with traditional materials, there's still plenty you can do in Photoshop to give your work more impact. Here Chris Visions explains how to draw a comic cover by hand then take it into Photoshop to colour and light it and to add eye-catching filters.
Photoshop CC offers a comprehensive toolset for mocking up websites quickly and easily. Antony Kitson explains how to use the key features to get an idea across to a client or developer.
Graphic designer Paul Tysall demonstrates how to hone your Photoshop workflow to save time on repetitive pre-press tasks.
Using Photoshop's CS6 Tilt-shift blur effect, Ben Secret explains an innovative approach to saturation by creating a miniature model village. In this Photoshop tutorial you'll learn how to simulate an exaggerated depth-of-field effect.
Curves allows you to adjust the tonal values in an image, increase or decrease the exposure, or automatically colour correct. This tutorial provides a comprehensive explanation of the Curves functions and how to use them.
Get creative with colour, learn how to create a wider tonal range, and create classic images with added impact in six simple steps! A fantastic Photoshop tutorial to boost your skills.
Use the Eraser tools to select and delete unwanted backgrounds - or even just parts of them. We show you how in this Photoshop tutorial.
Photography in design can be a tricky aspect. Here, 10 world-renowned designers channel their best advice on how to get the most from your photos using Photoshop in post-production.
Wished you'd taken that shot with a wider aperture? Make it happen in Photoshop using a blur filter and a painted mask.
What is a histogram? How do you fix poorly exposed photos? We answer these questions and more with this Photoshop tutorial walking you through exposure in Photoshop CS6 and Camera Raw.
Making UI elements should be part of every designer's toolbox. Here's how to make a cool looking chrome and plastic button in Photoshop.
With the help of Photoshop's stamp and brush tools, we reveal how you can convert your photographs into stunning pencil sketches!
You don't need a dedicated camera to take an infrared image - you can do it in Photoshop instead. We explain how, in just six simple steps.
Transform a single image into a striking montage of Polaroid shots with this fun Photoshop layers technique.
Fashion photographers used to develop film in the wrong chemicals on purpose to create striking colour effects. Here's how to achieve the look in Photoshop.
In this tutorial Trisme Trs will take you through the process of creating a dramatic digital painting in Photoshop, and show you how to illustrate an eagle and falcon battling it out in the sky.
Make your painting really stand out by adding a touch of texture to your brush stroke using this simple, quick guide.
This great 20-minute tutorial will show you exactly how to create a mechanical inspired text effect using layer styles.
This rather specialist tutorial walks you through how to create the effect of text submerged in water. The training will help you get to grips with the liquify filter, custom brush and free transform tool.
A Photoshop volcano is awesome but a chocolate volcano? Even better. Get to grips with the 3D capabilities of Photoshop CS5 and beyond. It's at an intermediate level, so only approach this if you already know a thing or two.
Photoshop CS6 Extended incorporates a new 3D tools engine, which enables your graphics card to deliver a super fast performance. This step-by-step guide demonstrates how the new Photoshop CS6 3D engine can be used to combine 3D sources.
Remember that awesome collection of little cars you had as a kid? Well, this tutorial will help refresh your memory as it explains how to utilises CS6's new 3D capabilites to create a Micro Machine inspired composition.
It's easy to forget that Photoshop also has an 'animate' function. James Wignall shows how to create the sort of hand-made animation that a young Walt Disney might have dabbled with.
In this walkthrough, we'll show you how to use a photograph, some 2D elements and a 3D render to create an eye-catching, abstract liquid effect with a real sense of motion.
The Phlearn team show you how to turn a photo into a magazine cover, using V Magazine as an example.
Ready for anything? Flex your skills with these advanced tutorials.