Creating & Printing Greyscale from RGB Images

There are many ways to create greyscale images from RGB images; however, to create a greyscale look and feel that you want, you must control two aspects of this process: Where and how your RGB is converted into greyscale. Basically, there are two places where your RGB image can be converted into...

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Blending In Photoshop

Photoshop Blend modes are used, in conjunction with opacity, to control how pixels on one layer will interact with pixels on the layers below, and how Photoshop’s painting tools interact with colours already on a layer. How do blends work? Blend modes are used, in conjunction with opacity,...

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Photoshop for Beginners - Tips

Some quick tips to get you started in Photoshop Channels in colour Did you ever wonder why colour channels are black and white? Well, you can change them so that the thumbnails and channels in the main window will appear in their colour. Just choose Photoshop (PC: Edit)>Preferences>Display...

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Warping Effects in Photoshop

On occasion, you may need to apply layer effects to more than one layer but have the layers treated as a single element instead of applying the effects to each individual layer. For example, you could have a total of eight layers that contain simple solid-coloured rectangles that overlap. Warping...

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Some useful Photoshop Tricks

Anti-aliasing, Feathering, use of the Quick Mask and Refine Edge tools are the subjects of this tutorial. Anti-aliasing refines the edge of a curved selection to make it look relatively smooth. Anti-aliasing, like other selection refinements, doesn't show up in the default marching ants’ view...

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