September 19, 2021

How to Blend Colors in Photoshop: Step by Step Tutorial

Before you even learn how to blend colors, you must know why do you need to do this? Well, many times, we see images showing up dazzling from all perspectives. But only because of isolated colors in certain areas, they can’t be called picture-perfect.  This flaw of images or shapes can be fixed easily by blending colors in Photoshop. There are a number of techniques you have at your disposal to blend isolated colors. You […]
August 14, 2021
How to use Gaussian blur in Photoshop

How to Use Gaussian Blur in Photoshop

In Photoshop, there are hundreds of opportunities to play and create amazing things in less complexity and time. Today as a part of our regular tutorial series, we have come to let you know- how to use Gaussian blur in Photoshop in the most convenient method. To reduce noise or blur image background, this special effect is crucial. Step-by-Step Tutorial to Use Blur in Photoshop So, let’s start our step-by-step guide to learn the use […]
October 15, 2020
Remove image background applying Photoshop Pen tool

How To Remove Image Background Applying Photoshop Pen tool

Image experts often need to remove image background to make them more perfect and natural. And, it’s mostly done by Adobe Photoshop. Today we are going to write a tutorial about the way of removing background by applying the clipping path technique with the photoshop pen tool. Here, we are making path around a product image applying the Pen tool in Photoshop. Ok, let’s see the whole process step by step—   >> At first […]
January 22, 2018
Perspective Correction Fix Bent Lines

Perspective Correction Tutorial: Straighten Curved Lines

Photography is an art; and art should be flawless (unless the flaw is art). For numerous reasons, your best photographs may suffer from problems like perspective distortion which is also known as keystone distortion. Such a problem becomes visible with some vertical lines & shapes which ruin the quality of photographs. This distortion is caused by improper camera setting and operating. If you shoot your best images not with the parallel to an object’s surface […]