How to install Photoshop plugins
Launching the plugin installer Most Photoshop plugins now have an installer that automatically finds Photoshop plugin folders and installs the plugin. You should always try to run the installer first:…

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10 best tools and tips for choosing a color scheme for the site
The choice of color scheme for the site should not be carried out randomly. Particular attention should be paid to finding colors that match the niche, culture, branding and ideas…

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Create a shop theme for handmade products in Photoshop (part 3)
Step 6 Now we’ll create another section of the site’s layout, in which more products will be presented, and call it “Popular”. People are always looking for popular products that…

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How to choose the right color scheme for the site? (part 2)

Who is your site primarily targeted at, men or women? Or maybe on those and others?
Bright and muted color schemes for the site
Men prefer bright colors, and women are muffled.

The experiment showed that, in general, men and women react equally to light and dark shades. But it turned out that women are more inclined to muted shades, and men – to bright ones.

Achromatic colors

As a rule, men like achromatic colors more than women. Achromatic colors are white, black and all shades of gray.

Light and dark shades

Women prefer light shades. The reason for this is their increased perception of certain colors. Continue reading

How to create a simple web banner in Photoshop?

Let’s start with the finished banner. We have a basic example, the colors used in it soothe the eyes. It can be posted on a website dedicated to fashion and style, as well as for a personal blog. Follow the steps below:
Designing a simple web banner in Photoshop
Open a new document. Open in Photoshop a new document of the desired size:

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Draw a rectangle using the Rectangular Area tool. Before you make the HTML site header, create a rectangle of any color on a new layer: Continue reading

How to realistically overlay text on a photo in Adobe Photoshop

Step 1
Open the photo (or image) that you will use:
Step 2
Let’s choose a color. When adding text to the picture, we will use the color from the photo. Open the “Color Picker”, using the “Eyedropper” select a dark tree on the barrel:
Step 3
Select the Text tool. I am using the compressed Bernard MT Condensed font.

I am going to type “PHOTOSHOP CAFE” and drag the label onto the barrel:
Step 4
The fastest way to resize text is to press Ctrl-T (or Command T on a Mac), hold down the Shift key, and then stretch the text to fit the barrel proportions: Continue reading

Complete Web Animation Guide (part 1)
Let's start with the preparation of the main image, create a multi-level complex shape and add several layer styles to give it a beautiful appearance. I used Photoshop CS6 version,…

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Complete Web Animation Guide (part 1)
Let's start with the preparation of the main image, create a multi-level complex shape and add several layer styles to give it a beautiful appearance. I used Photoshop CS6 version,…

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How to place two images side by side in Photoshop
Learn how to combine two photos into one image using Photoshop. Walkthrough for Photoshop CC and CS6. In the example, we use photographs in portrait (vertical) orientation so that the…

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Corel Painter vs Photoshop: Digital Painting Comparison (part 3)
results Here are two completed images; one was created in Adobe Photoshop, and the second in Corel Painter: I think you noticed that the sample created in Photoshop is rougher…

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