Adobe Photoshop brushes are simply amazing you can find them in all shapes, clouds grass you just name it. And what is even better about them is that they are a lot of photoshop guru’s out there generous enough to share their brushes with us for free. But installing and running Adobe photoshop to see what each brush looks like is killing. Now you can preview any brushes set without installing it or without even having to start Adobe photoshop.
I just love how coincidence works sometimes Not later than yesterday I’ve downloaded half a dozen free softwares to create mosaic and started to play around with them to see how each performs and today, just like that, I came across that website that will create your mosaic online and free.
If, like me, you feel the urge/need to learn more and more of Adobe photoshop to be able to take this photos of yours to the next level, then what could be best than an ever growing source of free video photoshop tutorials?
Smudging a tool in Adobe Photoshop I long thought useless, but since quite some times now photoshop gurus have used this tool for highly artistic achievements like changing a photo into a painting. Well explaining how the end product will look might be time consuming, but they say that a picture worth a thousand words don’t they?
So here is a before/after picture taken and post processed by Scott Deardorff, it is on this very picture we are going to work in this tutorial.
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Almost 1 month after the release of ACR 3.6 beta, Adobe Camera RAW and DNG converter 3.6 moves out of beta