Category Archives: Photoshop

Recording actions and batch processing in Photoshop

In this tutorial, you will learn how to record actions batch process images in Photoshop to save you time and effort when applying the same edits or changes to multiple images. In this example, we will change several images from RGB colour mode to CMYK colour mode.

If you are not sure what RGB and CMYK are, it can be summed up like this: RGB is a colour mode that is used for images that are going to be displayed on screens. CMYK is a colour mode that is used for images that are going to be in print. Watch the video to below to see how several images can be converted from RGB to CMYK in one go.

How To Make Animated GIFs in Adobe Photoshop CC 2014

This video tutorial explains how to make animated GIFs by making multiple layers and converting them to frames on an animation timeline. This tutorial shows how to do this in Adobe Photoshop CC 2014. Click here to view the video on YouTube or view it below.

How to remove blemishes from a photo with Adobe Photoshop CC

Do you have any photos with dust or dirt marks or maybe some old scanned photos with marks on them you’d like to clean up? This video explains how to remove marks and blemishes, and blend colours in using the Spot Healing brush and the Clone Stamp tool. You can watch the video below or click here to view it on YouTube.

How to make a transparent background for an image in Photoshop CC

This video tutorial explains how to make a transparent background in Adobe Photoshop CC. You might have a shape or text in an image with a white background that you want to make transparent, or you might have an image that you want to make certain parts of transparent. This video explains how! You can watch it below or click here to view it on YouTube.

How to create a clipping mask effect in Adobe Photoshop CC 2014

In this video tutorial, I explain how to create a 3D clipping mask effect by using an image to fill in the letters of a text object in Adobe Photoshop CC 2014. The steps are identical in Photoshop CS6. View the video below or click here to watch it on YouTube.