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Making Selections in Photoshop, Part 1

by SnickerdoodleDesigns 2 August 2014
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Over the past few weeks, we have been talking about creating selections using the Rectangular Marquee and Elliptical Tools.  In general,  Photoshop offers us multiple ways to accomplish the same goals, and so it comes as no surprise that other tools are available for us to utilize when we are making selections.  Other selection Tools […]

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The Marquee Tools in Photoshop, Part 2

by SnickerdoodleDesigns 26 July 2014
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Last week we looked at a few features of the Marquee Tools.  In case you missed “The Marquee Tools in Photoshop, Part 1,” you will find it HERE. In the image below, I have the Elliptical Marquee Tool selected. Because I have a Marquee Tool selected, options associated with the Marquee Tools are now available […]

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The Marquee Tools in Photoshop, Part 1

by SnickerdoodleDesigns 19 July 2014
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This week I was asked by a new digital scrapbooking enthusiast to explain the Marquee Tools in Photoshop.  Those of us who have been using Photoshop for any length of time use these tools routinely and, most likely, without much thought.  But as I reflected upon my beginning experience with Photoshop, I recall being confused […]

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Creating your own Style Strip for Photoshop Layer Styles

by SnickerdoodleDesigns 5 July 2014

For the past few weeks, we have been looking at Photoshop Styles.  Here are links to past tutorials, in case you missed one: Using Styles to Stretch your Digi-Stash Exploring Patterns in Photoshop Styles Adjusting the Pattern Size in Photoshop Styles Many of you have written to tell me that you like that I include, […]

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Repositioning Pattern Overlays in Photoshop Styles

by SnickerdoodleDesigns 28 June 2014
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Today, let’s continue looking at Pattern Overlays in Photoshop Styles.  If you haven’t been able to join us the past 3 weeks, for your easy reference, here are the links to our recent conversations Using Styles to Stretch your Digi-Stash Exploring Patterns in Photoshop Styles Adjusting the Pattern Size in Photoshop Styles For the purposes […]

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Adjusting the Pattern Size in Photoshop Layer Styles

by SnickerdoodleDesigns 21 June 2014
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Over the past 2 weeks, we have been discussing Photoshop Styles.  In case you missed those posts, you can catch up with us here: Using Styles to Stretch your Digi-Stash Exploring Patterns in Photoshop Styles Today, we are going to explore adjusting pattern sizes in Photoshop Styles.  For the purposes of this tutorial, I am […]

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Exploring Patterns in Photoshop Styles

by SnickerdoodleDesigns 14 June 2014
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Last week we talked about Using Styles to Stretch your Digi-Stash.   Thank you for communicating with us via the Comment Section, which follows each post.  We love hearing your ideas and receiving your input.  Since there were some comments on extracting a designer’s pattern from a set of Styles, let’s explore that a little further […]

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Using Styles to Stretch your Digi-Stash

by SnickerdoodleDesigns 7 June 2014
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I’m a big fan of Photoshop Styles.  I love to create them, use them, and try to convince everyone I know that they’re one of the best Photoshop tools there is!  Today I will show you how you can get some extra mileage out of any Styles you already own, and how to look at […]

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Using Blend Modes in Photoshop

by SnickerdoodleDesigns 31 May 2014

Using Blend Modes in Photoshop gives us many options for creativity.  Blend modes change how two layers interact with one another.  Results depend upon many factors….. which can make using blend modes (somewhat) unpredictable but fun! For the purposes of this tutorial, I am using Photoshop CS6.  The Blend Mode option is located at the […]

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Hand-Tinting Photos in Photoshop and Photoshop Elements

by SnickerdoodleDesigns 24 May 2014
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Last week, we looked at how to “Tone an Image using Gradient Maps.”   Today, let’s explore Gradient Maps just a little more and look, specifically, at one way to easily “hand-tint” an image. This method works equally well in Photoshop and Photoshop Elements. As a refresher, to add a Gradient Map, we need to: 1.  […]

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