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Photoshop Tutorials

Adobe Photoshop is considered by many web developers and graphic designers to be the be-all-end-all tool when it comes to creating and editing graphics and photos. If you're new to Photoshop, don't be fooled by its name - it's capable of far more than simply editing or repairing photographs. With practice and a bit of imagination, there's no limit to the imagery you can create with Photoshop.

I've been using and teaching others how to use Photoshop (not to mention learning quite a few new tricks along the way myself) for many years. The skills you'll learn by working through these tutorials will help give you a firm grasp of what makes Photoshop tick. Hopefully by the time you're through, you'll know your way around Photoshop and will be ready to take on more challenging projects

Photoshop Web Template — Web Site Design Tutorial

Many people new to web design are confused by slices and Javascript rollovers and end up abandoning their projects out of frustration. The point of this Photoshop web tutorial is to keep things simple by creating a web page that uses only 2 graphics.

Website Plan
We'll create a banner and place it in a table that will contain 5 rows and 1 column. The banner will be placed in the top row. The next row will contain the text for your site and any photos you may wish to include. Row 3 will hold a separator, row 4 will be for your text links and a copyright notice, and row 5 will hold a second separator.

Making a Photo Old

There are lots of methods of aging a photo. Instead of just weathering and roughing it up, Brian Harber shows us the basic properties of old photo exposure, and how to achieve the same look in Photoshop. [High contrast, fuzziness, random shadow from flash; no true black; THEN add dust & scratches]

Welcome to Tutorial Kit

Tutorial Kit is a comprehensive resource of Adobe Photoshop tutorials and tips to help users of all skill levels reach their full potential. Browse our rich selection of 4,500 high quality professional tutorials to find that exact Photoshop effect or technique youre looking for!

The tutorials are updated daily from different authors and sites so that you won’t have to spend hours searching the web for them yourself. The number of tutorials is constantly increasing as TutorialKit.com is open to readers as well as to new authors. If you’re a Photoshop guru or an experienced amateur this is the place for you to submit your tutorials.

Thank you for visiting Tutorial Kit.

Glitter Swirls

Using a dotty brush, a rainbow gradient, and lots of distortion, this tutorial goes through the steps to creating a swirly, glittery website layout

If you plan on making a website from the results of this tutorial, you'll need to make sure the graphics end in a logical way at the edge of the image (i.e. they don't just stop suddenly.) One way to achieve this is to make this white area end before the edge of the window. Another method is to make the image 1600 pixels wide, so you can set it as the background of a 100%-wide table in your web editor.

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