Here are 27 Photoshop tutorials that will teach you the basics and help you to master the tools.
Flatter and Load – Design Masterclass
Learn how to work with patterns in Photoshop CC.
Flatten and Load – Chris Fabian
Learn how to mix and create unique textures in Photoshop.
Clean and Load – Chris Fabian
Learn how to create new layers and transform the look of an image.
Layer to Multiply and Heal – Chris Fabian
Learn how to create seamless textures.
Liquid Textures – Chris Fabian
Learn how to use smooth textures for a warm, retro feel.
Texture Patterns – Chris Fabian
Learn how to create unique textures for your design.
Sun & Sky Texture – Chris Fabian
Learn how to create new textures and layers for a smooth sky.
Texture Pattern Progress – Chris Fabian
Learn how to create a unique texture for your design.
Subtle Highlite – Chris Fabian
Learn how to create new layers for a subtle highlighting.
Selective Highlight – Chris Fabian
Learn how to create a subtle highlight.
Darken and Load – Chris Fabian
Learn how to create a dark look.
Warm and Neutral – Chris Fabian
Learn how to create a warmth in your image.
Allover Gradient – Chris Fabian
Learn how to create a lovely subtle gradient in your image.
Stencil, Glow and Loading – Chris Fabian
Learn how to create a realistic glow using a stencil.
Smooth Textures – Chris Fabian
Learn how to create smooth surfaces for your design.
Layer Masking – Chris Fabian
Learn how to work with layer masks to adjust different layers.
Wallpaper – Chris Fabian
Learn how to create a wallpaper using intricate patterns.
Vectorize Photo – Chris Fabian
Learn how to use Photoshop for vector art.
Trim and Tilt – Chris Fabian
Learn how to “trim” and “tilt” your design to create an illusion.
Learn how to use Photoshop to look at the big picture and discover your style.
Show Your Love – Chris Fabian
Learn how to use brushes and textures to create unique patterns.
Enhance and Load – Chris Fabian
Although Photoshop and Photoshop Elements share many similar features, both are different programs with different workflows, and both have their own strengths. I will cover this in depth in later tutorials.
Can I use Photoshop Elements to edit photos and create new ones?
Yes, you can edit photo from Photos on a mobile device (iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch)
Yes, you can create new photos
No, you cannot create a new RAW file from Elements
Yes, you can apply Image Adjustments in Elements
Yes, you can apply more types of Image Adjustments
Yes, you can print photos in Elements
No, Elements does not provide the same flexibility of RAW editing as Photoshop
Yes, you can open existing photos and edit them in Elements
No, you cannot export photos from Elements as RAW
Yes, you can print photos in Elements
No, you cannot print your photos as large as in Photoshop
Yes, you can open photos in Elements and edit them in Photoshop
No, you cannot open and edit photos in both Elements and Photoshop
No, you cannot open photos in Elements and save them as new files in Photoshop
No, you cannot use third-party filters and effects in Elements
Yes, you can create a new folder of RAW files in Elements
Yes, you can print photos in Elements
Yes, you can open your RAW files and edit them in Photoshop
Yes, you can open your RAW files and then export them as new files in Elements
You can also resize and edit photos in Photoshop. For more information about RAW files, see my tutorial on RAW editing.
Does Photoshop Elements have the same features as Photoshop?
Yes, it does
Yes, it has the same or more features than Photoshop
No, it has fewer features than Photoshop
What are the differences in Photoshop and Photoshop Elements?
Computers and Operating Systems (Mac, Windows, or Linux)
If you have access to your computer, you can use Photoshop. The software is not available as a free download for mobile devices. If you do not have access to a computer, you can use Photoshop Elements on a mobile device or tablet.
Editing Versions (Photoshop, Elements, and Lightroom)
If you want to edit photos, you can download any of the editing software (Windows, Mac, or Linux) and use it. However,
Smartphone manufacturers have been experiencing a monumental growth in sales over the past few years, which is predominantly attributed to the augmented reality (AR) capabilities and virtual reality (VR) content that such smartphones can unlock for the user. Moreover, even at this nascent stage, AR and VR use cases have been dominating the news, with each year seeing more and more exciting news on these topics.
However, the success of these devices hinges on the availability of content. While the augmented and virtual worlds are now just waiting for you to discover them, still only a fraction of all these innovative uses exists. To fill this gap, here are five of the best apps that will make your experience in the world of AR and VR better.
Magic Leap One
There’s no shortage of AR and VR content — there’s tons of it. However, it’s still only the tip of the iceberg in regards to what we can do with these technologies.
While Magic Leap One is the newest of the aforementioned devices, it is also the only one to launch with developers. As such, this is your best chance to be part of something truly ground-breaking.
You might have to wait a while for Magic Leap One, though. Considering that it’s still in a prototyping phase, it will likely take a few months to arrive on shelves. However, it’s not a question of when — but rather, it’s a question of whether.
Until Magic Leap One hits shelves, you can get involved with the Magic Leap Mars Project, which allows you to simulate what it’s like to be an astronaut on Mars.
The app can be used in conjunction with Magic Leap One or standalone, and it will take you on a journey beyond the Earth and into the frozen wastes of Mars.
Magic Pointer might be the easiest way to interact with the real world — and get involved with AR and VR as a result. Using an app for iOS and Android devices, Magic Pointer allows you to either use your webcam or mirror your phone in front of you to enable AR and other visual effects.
The latter feature is of particular interest to developers who want to use their content through a device that many of their potential users already have in their possession. With Magic Pointer, this has never been easier.
In terms of the potential that AR and VR can unlock, this is but the tiniest tip
Life History Data Collection in a Multinational Study of Natural Populations of a Migratory Bird.
We present a description of an interdisciplinary field study of the predator-prey interactions in a migratory bird, the red-winged blackbird (Agelaius phoeniceus), that was conducted in Eastern North America and Great Britain (Figure 1). This paper describes collection of data about behavior and survival, energy allocation, nutrition, and movement. In addition, we describe the methods by which we were able to determine morphological and internal body characteristics of adult birds. In this study, we decided to monitor birds on two continents to study potential differences in the ecology of two countries because migration typically limits connectivity between populations of blackbirds, thus, a multidisciplinary approach was used to understand population dynamics. We collected data about the abundance, distribution, and reproductive rates of the birds in a residential neighborhood in King County, WA, USA, and in South Somerset, England. We monitored bird abundance and distributions daily and counted the number of eggs in nests. We also made monthly visits to both sites from October-March to track offspring from nests and to collect newly hatched, newly fledged, and adult birds for subsequent morphometric and blood sample analysis. Daily monitoring included collecting all captured birds for measurements and blood sampling in the spring of 2008 and in the fall of 2008 in the United States (Figure 2) and in 2010 in Great Britain (Figure 3). Daily data collected included bird weight, age, wing chord length, and tarsus length. Body condition was assigned a 0-4 scale, where 5 was the most well-conditioned and 0 was the most emaciated. In total, we collected 3388 feathers and 1706 blood samples from 688 birds in the United States (Figure 2) and 212 blood samples from 56 birds in Great Britain (Figure 3). Birds were recaptured and weighed at different stages of development. Mean temperatures for the sites were 7.2 °C for the Northwest and 10.3 °C for the South England (Figure 2, Figure 3). In this paper, we also report all ecomorphological characteristics of birds that were taken at capture (2011-2014). We caught birds by using funnel traps in an urban setting. Capture events were timed between dawn and dusk. Birds were caught individually and returned to the site where they were caught. Birds were ringed, weighed, and measured. Most of the measurements are currently available in the US Department of Interior, Fish and Wildlife
Operating Systems: Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10
Memory: 2GB RAM
Processor: Dual Core 1.6 GHz
Storage: 7GB free space
Graphics: NVIDIA Geforce Geforce GTX 650 2GB
Sound Card: DirectX compatible sound card
DirectX: Version 11
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