Best Tutorials 2016
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Photoshop CC (2015)
Ideal for responsive and multiscreen design, artboards let you create multiple layouts in different sizes, lay them out within a single document, and see them all at once. Copy and share content between artboards, and export them individually or several at a time.
A redesigned exporting experience lets you export a single layer, an artboard, or an entire document with one click. Plus, get better compression, advanced preview options that include canvas size, and enhanced asset extraction. It’s a modernized Save for Web experience.
Photoshop CC (2015.1)
Use artboard guides and grids to precisely place elements, sort layers by artboard for easier visualization, and quickly add new artboards to documents. Use artboard preferences to customize the look and feel of your documents.
Photoshop CC (2015.5)
This new dedicated workspace helps you make precise selections and masks more easily than ever. Use tools like Refine Edge Brush to cleanly separate foreground and background elements.
Photoshop uses Content-Aware technology to intelligently fill in the gaps when you use the Crop tool to rotate an image or expand your canvas beyond the image’s original size.
Now you can duplicate a layer or layer group into other artboards, quickly change artboard backgrounds, and view artboards with transparent backgrounds.
Face-Aware Liquify automatically identifies eyes, noses, mouths, and other facial features and then makes it easy to adjust them. Great for retouching portraits.
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Apply alternate glyphs for specific characters directly from an in-context menu.
Photoshop CC (2017)
Quickly search Photoshop tools, panels, menus, Adobe Stock assets, Help content, and tutorials from within the app using a new search panel that’s right at your fingertips.
Enhanced Properties panel
The Properties panel now displays information about common layer types as well as the document, so it’s easier to make precise adjustments.
Using a Mobile App
by Caroline Mercurio on May 25, 2016
It’s never too late to learn Photoshop, especially since every year brings a wealth of new tutorials. Whether you’re learning for the first time or looking for a refresher, these are some of the best beginner-level Photoshop tutorials from 2016.
Fonts and lettering have surged in popularity in recent years, so it’s no surprise that 2016 really pushed text to the limit.
Illustrations can be one of the most important and versatile assets for a design project. Luckily, 2016 provided us with plenty of Photoshop tutorials to keep our illustration skills sharp (regardless of drawing ability).
No matter how close we are to a robot-controlled world, we hope that vintage design will always have its appeal. At the very least, vintage Photoshop tutorials were still hugely popular in 2016, so we’ve collected a few of our favorites.
These tutorials give us a glimpse at Photoshop’s incredible power, supernatural or otherwise. From fireworks and surreal photo composites to mesmerizing smoke and shattered glass effects, these tutorials will take your projects to an unreal level.
Old Paper Texture from Pexels – http://spoon.graphics/2l122Sc
Airbrushed Effect Technique Steps from Example
by Caroline Mercurio on September 15, 2016
Let's use this one!
And, this quote!
It never gets easier, you just get better!
Let's use this one!
Dorothea Lange [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons