Those new to the wonders of Photoshop absolutely fall in love with the handy, dandy Clonestamp tool. And why shouldn’t they? It’s simply a blast to remove people from photographs, fixing up damaged photographs or just having a grand old time adding bits and filling things in. In short, the Clone tool is an amazing tool to have for Photoshop newbies and veterans alike. It’s also fantastic for retouchers. So, how does this thing work?
The following list are sets of great websites that you can easily clip cool color gradients from. Most of the research was done using DeviantArt so alongside each link there will also be a link to the user’s profile. You never know when they might make something else interesting.
Also, be choosy. Don’t just go around downloading gradient sets hully gully. Take your time to find the best ones. Your design will thank you for it. Without further adieu, 36 great color gradient sets:
Logos aren’t always what they seem. Some contain hidden information about the brand, or iconic imagery, or even just fun and kooky stuff. Some can even be downright mysterious. Join us on a journey into the surreal world of branding as we go over 23 brilliant logos with hidden messages:
Are you ready to get retro? The Beatles! Key parties! The Great Depression. Retro is cool, and using the right retro brush on your Photoshop project can make all the difference in the world. But there are so many out there, and let’s face it, some look like a Lifetime movie set in the 1960s and not like the actual 1960s. Here are 28 of our favorite sets that are sure to have people doing the time warp again:
The hilarious and ubiquitous Photoshop mash-up is truly a site to behold. Here are a trio of links that take the idea further than just about anybody else.
Nicholas Cage as everyone – Ever wanted to see Nic Cage as Catwoman? Abe Lincoln? Even Rodney Dangerfield? Well this site has you covered. It features literally hundreds of Photoshop marvels featuring everybody’s favorite kinetic actor in a variety of ridiculous scenarios.
Even you Photoshop experts out there could stand to learn a thing or two, right? Of course! With that in mind, we present to you a trio of tutorial links to help you achieve Photo manipulation nirvana.
A Little Photoshop – This set of tutorials is useful for photographers. Love to take photographs and use Photoshop to get them looking their best? Then this is for you.
Adobe has been having some trouble getting Apple to adopt flash on their best-selling iPhone. This has not stopped the company from giving away six million copies of their Photoshop iPhone app since it was released last October. It’s the second most popular free photography app in the entire Apple app-verse. It allows you to do basic photo editing on your iPhone, including cropping, rotating, filters, effects, and borders. You can also view your finished work, be it video or still image, at Photoshop.com. This app is also available on Android phones and Windows Mobile. Happy Photoshopping!
Love Photoshop? Of course you do! But, who among us can say we are the world’s most renowned expert on the popular photo adjusting program? Who among us can say we no longer have anything left to learn? None of us. That’s right. You heard me. We all could stand to learn a thing or three. The program can do a lot, yaknow?
We get by with a little help from our friends. The kind folks over at PhotoshopUser TV have been serving up weekly video podcasts for a while now. Some are serious. Some are humorous. They all have the intention of teaching us all a thing or two about our favorite photo manipulation program. Who among us can say we are “done” learning all there is to know about Adobe’s wonderchild? It is not I who will cast the first stone!