In this series of tutorials, we’ll learn the many ways of converting color photos to black and white in Photoshop, including a look at color modes, image adjustments, adjustment layers, gradients, layer blend modes, color channels, and more! With few exceptions, the tools and techniques we’ll be covering here have been around in Photoshop for years and are available to anyone using any recent (and even not-so-recent) version of Photoshop!
Learn how to create a simple three-image photo frame in Photoshop, then how to easily convert the final result into a reusable template with Smart Objects!
Learn how to easily combine the Eraser Tool with one of Photoshop’s built-in brushes, along with a few layers and some layer styles, to give a photo a worn, torn edges effect!
Learn how to create a zoom blurring effect in Photoshop, a popular and easy way to give a photo a sense of action and motion!
In the first of this two-part Photoshop tutorial, we created a film strip shape to use as a photo frame. In this second part of the tutorial, we’ll use multiple copies of that film strip to create our photo collage!
In this two-part Photoshop tutorial, learn how to create a fun photo collage using a film strip as a photo frame for multiple images. In this first part of the tutorial, we’ll see how Photoshop’s various shape tools make it easy to draw the actual film strip itself, which we’ll then use in Part Two to create the photo collage!