The tutorials listed here will help both new and experienced digital editors get the most out of their primary digital editing software (Photoshop, Photoshop Elements and PaintShop Pro).
With experience and practice you'll find the quality of your finished product dramatically improving.
The majority of the tutorials suggest using a graphics tablet from Wacom, however they can all be completed with a mouse or track pad.
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How to draw a optical illusion 3D Cube with PaintShop Pro. This is quite easy despite the fact that it may look challenging.
Paint Shop Pro has a long history of providing digital editors with a high quality, robust product. The latest version (X7) is the best version by far being both fast and stable.
Paint Shop scripts are the quick and easy way to speed up your workflow.
Old photo restoration with Paint Shop Pro
The Paint Shop Blend Modes are very powerful, particularly when editing and image.
This series of restoration photos is a map of the steps that were used on the Spot and Clone page. Each picture shows the end result and a description or each step.
The spot and clone tools in Photoshop Elements will restore even the most damaged photo and with a Wacom tablet the results will be outstanding.
Hair tinting is one way to really change someones appearance. The secret to success with this is the initial selection.
There are links to a variety of different black and white conversion methods using Photoshop and Paint Shop Pro.
lightroom black and white demonstrates how to convert a colour image to black and white
The pen tool may be the best selection tool in Photoshop. It does, however, take some practise to master.
How to draw the Genesis Pattern using the vector tools in PaintShop Pro.
The Gradient Map Adjustment layer in Photoshop creates a wonderful black and white image.
A daguerreotype is one of the oldest types of image. This tutorial demonstrates how to achieve the same results with PaintShop Pro.
The Paint Shop Greyscale conversion page includes a variety of different conversion methods. They are generally quick and easy.
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