One of the fundamental of Photoshop in photo editing is Levels and Curves adjustment.
If you use Photoshop either as a beginner or a professional, you definitely need to know how to use Levels and Curves.
Here are 3 video tutorials about Photoshop Levels and Curves by A.J. Wood, Rich Harrington and Deke McClelland. …continue reading
When everything is done on your 3D scene, the final step would be rendering and exporting out the final image or video.
To do this, here’s what you need to do:
1. Select the 3D layer you want to render.
2. Go to: 3D / Render for Final Output
The other week I was searching for a watch with GPS and I narrow it down to an iWatch, which is basically a iPod Nano on a customize wrist band.
I’ll admit, these iPod nano watches look pretty cool and you can easily change the face of the clock to match your style or mood. …continue reading
To create cell shaded cartoon or illustration with 3D objects inside Photoshop CS4 is pretty easy.
You will need to use the Render Settings… in the 3D panel to render out the cell shaded cartoon appearance.
Basically what you are doing is rendering out the edges of the 3D object and fills the inside with solid colors. …continue reading
When you save your animations inside Photoshop CS4, you are saving all the animations in the .PSD file format.
However, the .PSD file format is not the best file format to play videos. This is when you need to export or render out your animations into a video file format such as .AVI or .MOV.