Learning how to undo in Photoshop is a simple yet powerful skill. It is important for every photo or video editor. The Undo and Redo functions allow for the removal of an erroneous move. Clicking this function reverts an image back one step or so. It is a function found in almost every type of […]
How to zoom in photoshop is one of the most basic, yet important, know-how when learning how to use Photoshop. Usually zooming an image allows for detailed editing. Or simply put, to get a better view of the portion of an image being edited. Please remember one important thing: simply zooming in on a section of […]
What, did you think JPEG would live forever? It was introduced in 1992, more than twenty-five years ago! The modern generation of web developers uses WebP for images, not the archeological specimen that is JPEG. Here’s a quick introduction to WebP, SVG, and why they’re better. TL;DR: they’re way smaller, producing faster, and more responsive […]
The WebP image format is a new image encoding format that’s especially appealing to web developers. It can encode a high density of information within a given file size, allowing higher quality images at lower file sizes. Considering that images make up about 60-percent of the web, lower image file sizes mean faster loading pages, […]
Free Photoshop actions are files with saved Photoshop steps that are aimed to perform certain photo retouching techniques. They can be extremely useful when you find yourself performing the same steps over and over on a photograph.
Photoshop is a powerful graphic design software that enables designers to work with both raster and vector images. The incredible algorithms and unmatchable user-friendly interface have helped this design software become a top choice on the market. Yet, what makes Photoshop truly unique is the impressive collection of free and premium plugins that designers can […]