You might be wondering what does Buddha have to do with Photoshop. Well, like anything in this world, when creating a photo manipulation you really need to go all the way, and pay real close attention to detail. After all, that is what designers, photographers and visual artists in general do. Photoshop is, as you undoubtedly know, a fantastic and versatile tool for designers and photographers alike.
About 200 years ago (give or take) it was a real risky choice, making your living out of producing images. Painters were, mostly, starving bohemians that sold their works for a meal or something to drink, and the few that did have success where mostly born into it. Now, in an age where basically everyone has access to information, everybody wants art.
Adobe Photoshop has revolutionized the way we make art. Digital photography has allowed photographers to experiment a whole lot more, without costing them an arm and a leg to do so. Just think of how hard it must have been in the old-timey days to make a photo look the way you wanted it to look. But in our lovely modern days, we get to photoshop pictures to perfection. Well, the fact of the mater is that photo manipulation has been around for a very long time, now.
You are probably no stranger to Adobe’s marvelous design suite. Illustrator and Photoshop have been helping designers create great designs for a long time now, and it is no secret why this is the case. Both programs offer the user a stunning array of effect and tools to help them work, so as to create the images that they have in their heads. Another thing that is not a secret is just how difficult it is to use the programs at their full potential.
Every now and again, everyone likes to relax, sit on the couch and watch a good TV show. We’re no different and we’re pretty sure neither are you. And what recent show can truly match up to Vince Gilligan’s wonderfully complex and absolutely gut-wrenching ‘Breaking Bad’? Ever since the show first started airing in 2008, ‘Breaking Bad’ has gathered a huge following and has inspired tons upon tons of dedicated artwork.
Adobe Photoshop is, simply put, the most popular photo editing software around. Virtually everyone uses (or has used) Adobe Photoshop to edit images, either for work, artistic or recreational purposes. The reason why Photoshop is so popular is the fact that it has such a huge number of features that can be used to manipulate images. It’s so versatile, that you can use several images to create an entirely new one. But no one said it was easy.
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As the saying goes: “we live, and we learn”. This is a general fact of life, but nowhere is this saying more true than in design. Truly mastering something requires that you never think you mastered it. This makes you study, practice, and research harder, and all of that makes you a better designer.
One of the best ways to show somebody a design or to convince a client that your idea is the best is by showing a mock-up of a certain product. It’s the closest you can get to a real product, but without spending money for the product itself. Some of the most used types of mock-up templates nowadays are stationeries and magazines, because – let’s face it – there are a lot of companies and small businesses that need branded business cards, CDs, shopping bags, and various brochures.