Today’s Photoshop Tutorial on Graphic and webdesign blog is “60’s Retro style poster design” by Kate, a new author to our blog. Welcome Kate Manhaven. You can write Tutorials, Contribute with Freebies or Roundup Inspiration post which should be beneficial for our readers. If you want a 60’s themed poster with all the distinct font, color and graphic effects reminiscent of that era then this guide is what you need. I will show you how you can design a retro poster design infused with authentic 60’s style. Read on and enjoy. Photoshop Tutorial Details: 1. Photoshop any format time...Read More
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Today’s Post on “Photography Tutorial” written by new guest author. Taking photographs is harder than you think. The point and shoot method rarely works, unless by some miracle you have an inherent eye for photography. For those who require a little more guidance, or would appreciate a little advice, consider these ten photo composition tips. Taking photographs is harder than you think. The point and shoot method rarely works, unless by some miracle you have an inherent eye for photography. For those who require a little more guidance, or would appreciate a little advice, consider these ten photo composition...Read More
Hi and hello to everybody. Today’s tutorial is regarding how to create a striking poster for a fashion show. You can use this even for your college cultural program. This is simple yet good looking one. The steps that are involved in this tutorial are of much use. Preview Step 1 Open a new document of A4 size in landscape mode. Fill the background with “f5f5f5” this color. Step 2 Drag drop guide lines like this. The difference between the vertical and horizontal guidelines should be 250 px. Step 3 Take the rounded rectangle tool. Choose the paths option with 450 px radius and draw a rounded rectangle like this. Step 4 Now take the same rounded rectangle tool with the paths option selected and radius 200 px also with the subtract from path area option selected and create a rounded rectangle like this. Step 5 Now press ctrl+enter. An area gets selected. Fill it with any color you want. Step 6 Now delete the extra areas such that only that curve area is left back. Step 7 Now take 3 more copies of them and place them like this. Step 8 Now create some rectangles and fill in them like this. The width or height of the rectangle must match the thickness of the quarter circle or curves. Step 9 Now apply the following color overlay for the...Read More
First, I wish you a happy Valentines’ day wishes to my readers and new readers. Have Love and affection with your mate and throughout Year. Today we are going to create a simple adorable bunny for the occasion of Valentine’s Day! [box type=”download”] Wallpapers will available in next post – Stay tuned [/box] Step:1 Create a Circle by pressing (L) or click from the Tool menu ->Ellipse tool. Now you can Press (A) anchor-point shortcut key or the second menu in the toolbox. Now click on the Anchor Point at the lower point of the Circle or ellipse (as...Read More
Today I’ll Write a quick-tip on creating a photo effect using Photoshop without any built-in Photoshop action. Usually Photoshop actions are time saver for Designers and there are lots of Free and premium Photoshop plug-in found in the internet. Instead of depend on others action you can create your own photo effects. After this Photo effect series, we will teach you how to create Photoshop action plug-in in two series. One for Basic learners and the second one with advanced script used in this. We are using ShutterStock images as a reference; you can buy them or use your...Read More
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