This effect is identical to the effect shown in video 7, except that in this video, you'll learn how to create a reflection for a 3-dimensional object.
2 - Censoring an Image (Running Time: 2:53)
If you've ever seen the televsion show "Cops", you've seen video footage of someone being shoved into a police car with their faces censored out of the video. In this video, you'll learn how to create a similar effect in Photoshop.
3 - Color Adjustment (Running Time: 4:14)
Got a photograph with colors that just don't look quite right? In this video, you'll learn how to bring out the colors that were supposed to be in your image to begin with.
4 - Creating a Wooden Frame (Running Time: 7:25)
As you may have guess, this tutorial teaches you how to create a wooden frame for your pictures in Photoshop.
5 - Glossy Reflection on Text (Running Time: 7:11)
In this video, Craig will show you how to create that glossy reflective effect that you see on so many logos and websites. This effect is very simple to accomplish, and it adds so much to your text and your graphics.
6 - Making Your Pictures Glow (Running Time: 3:35)
In this tutorial, you'll learn a very simple method for adding a custom diffuse glow effect to your images in Photoshop.
7 - Gradual Focus Change (Running Time: 5:42)
In this video, Craig shows you how to add a little depth to your landscape photos by creating a gradual focus change, where the image gradually blurs as it moves towards the background.
8 - Creating Grassy Fields (Running Time: 9:42)
In this video tutorial, Craig will show you how to create a very realistic grassy field scene from scratch using Photoshop's Filters and Brush Dynamics.
9 - Grunge Text Effect (Running Time: 6:01)
In this video, Craig will show you how to create a popular grunge text effect in Photoshop.
10 - Converting Your Photos to Ink Sketches (Running Time: 4:12)
The "sketch" filter has it's limitations, so in this video, Craig shows you how to take a photograph and convert it into an ink sketch by hand.
t's amazing what a few filters and adjustments can do in Photoshop. In this video, you'll learn a few steps that will great a very realistic lightning effect.
12 - Ancient Map Effect (Running Time: 8:10)
Don't worry! You won't have to draw all the roads and boundaries yourself. In this tutorial, Craig will show you how to take a plain map and transform it into an amazing ancient map with wrinkles, tears, burns, and holes.
13 - Matching Color Between Photographs (Running Time: 4:29)
Often, when taking multiple photographs of a subject, you'll find that the color is off in some of them. If this occurs, fear not! Craig will show you how to fix this problem with Photoshop's color matching tools.
14 - Custom Motion Blur (Running Time: 4:44)
There's only so much that the "motion blur" filter can do for you in Photoshop. In this video, Craig will show you how to create your own motion blur by hand.
15 - Panorama (Running Time: 10:16)
Ever wanted to piece a series of images together to make a panoramic shot? In this video, Craig will show you how to do so flawlessly, so that you can't tell where one image ends and the next one begins.
16 - Perspective Cropping (Running Time: 2:31)
Taking a photograph of framed artwork can be a pain, especially if there's a layer of glass in front of the art. Unless you have perfect lighting or a camera with manual controls, you'll often end up with a bright flash covering up the art work. In this tutorial, you'll learn how to use perspective cropping to get around this problem. (Warning: Don't even take the picture until you view this tutorial.) .
17 - Blurring the Background of a Picture (Running Time: 6:09)
Sometimes you can really make a picture come alive by blurring out the background and keeping the foreground in focus. This video will teach you how to do just that.
18 - Creating a Planet (Running Time: 9:00)
In this video, you'll learn how to create an amazingly realistic planet in just a few simple steps
19 - Plastic Text Effect (Running Time: 6:00)
This self-explanatory tip will teach you one of many methods used to create a 3-dimensional plastic texture for your text.
20 - Reflection Effect (Running Time: 14:22)
In this video, Craig will teach you a quick and easy way to create a reflection effect that gives your logo or graphic a little more depth and a lot more appeal.
1 - Batch Processing (Running Time: 8:03)
Ever wanted to resize a group of images or add a watermark to a group of images, but you just didn't have the time to do it? Well, with Photoshop's Batch processing capabilities, you can make changes to multiple images all at once. In this video, you'll learn how to add a watermark to a collection of images all at once.
2 - Using Clipping Masks (Running Time: 3:35)
You've all seen postcards or advertisements with a picture of something inside a block of bold text. In this tutorial, you'll learn just how easy it can be to achieve this effect.
3 - The Clone Stamp Tool (Running Time: 9:10)
The clone stamp tool in Photoshop allows you to clone part of an image. It's almost like copying and pasting using a paintbrush, and it can be a very elegant way of duplicating or even removing parts of an image. In this tutorial, you'll learn how to use the clone stamp tool to duplicate a water tower and then to remove it.
4 - Cucoloris Blinds Effect (Running Time: 8:10)
A cucoloris (or “cookie”) is a metal sheet with patterns cut out of it, intended to cast patterned shadows on the background (and often the subject) of a photograph. In this tutorial, trainer Geoff Riggs shows you how to create the effect of window blinds casting shadows on your subject.
5 - Creating Your Own Custom Shapes (Running Time: 2:29)
You've seen Photoshop's collection of custom shapes, but did you know that you could make your own? In this video, you'll learn how to create a custom shape, save it, and apply it to an image.
6 - Adding Eye Color to Black and White Images (Running Time: 3:29)
This tip is pretty self explanatory. In it, you'll learn how to add a little color to your black and white photographs using blending modes and the paintbrush tool.
7 - Adding Snow to a Photograph (Running Time: 2:16)
In this tutorial, you'll learn how to add realistic falling snow to a photograph in just a few simple steps.
8 - Creating a Gear in Photoshop (Running Time: 3:48)
In this tutorial, Geoff will show you how to use some advanced "Transform" features that will make creating objects like gears, flowers, or suns quite a bit easier!
9 - Creating a Grid with a Custom Pattern (Running Time: 3:22)
In this video tutorial, Geoff will show you how to create and define a custom pattern in Photoshop and then use that pattern to create a grid background for your Photoshop file.
10 - Fixing Dark Photographs (Running Time: 6:26)
Before you throw away those dark, hard-to-see photographs, watch this tutorial! In it, you'll learn how to bring out the bright tones using Photoshop's "Levels" adjustments and restore the picture to what you meant for it to look like in the first place.
11 - Linking Effect (Running Time: 3:52)
Ever wanted to link two objects together in Photoshop so that they seem to weave in and out of each other, kind of like the Olympic rings? Well, it's easier than you might think! In this tutorial, you'll learn how to create this linking effect in just a couple very easy steps.
12 - 3D Ribbon Effect (Running Time: 3:16)
As you can tell by the running time of this video, this 3-dimensional ribbon effect takes very little time to explain and even less time to create for yourself.
13 - Shadow/Highlight (Running Time: 6:04)
Photographs rarely turn out exactly how you'd like them to, especially if your camera has automatic controls. In this video, you'll learn how take a picture with dark, shadowy sections and bring those dark portions out to even out the photograph.
14 - Spherizing Text (Running Time: 4:39)
In this video, you'll learn how to place text on a golf ball by spherizing it and changing a couple of its layer properties.
15 - Sunbeam Effect (Running Time: 7:51)
In this tutorial, you'll learn how to create beams of light breaking through the clouds using a couple selection tricks in combination with the dodge tool.
16 - Television Scan Lines (Running Time: 9:53)
In this video, Craig will show you how to manipulate your picture to give it scan lines to make it appear like it's showing up on a television screen.
17 - Transparent Images (Running Time: 13:24)
In this video, you'll learn the ins and outs of creating images with transparent backgrounds in Photoshop.
18 - Vanishing Point (Running Time: 8:56)
In this video, Craig will show you how to use the new Vanishing Point feature of Photoshop CS2 to add a few stories to a building.
19 - Water Text Effect (Running Time: 9:19)
In this tutorial, you'll learn how to warp and ripple your text to make it look like realistic water.
20 - Creating a Web Menu (Running Time: 9:46)
In this video, Craig will show you a creative and simple way to throw a menu bar together for your website using Photoshop. All you need to know is what color scheme you'll be using for your website.