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10 Useful Digital Photography Tutorials for Beginners

 

 

Are you a beginner looking for good digital photography tutorials? The great news for you is there’s plenty of free online tutorials and guides to help you get started with digital photography. In this article, I’ve put together 10 of the best beginner-level photography tutorials I could find. I also listed additional websites at the end where you can find even more beginner-level tutorials, guides, and blog posts on digital photography.

1. Beginner Photography Course

Source: photographycourse.net

This free online course on PhotographyCourse.net is divided into 8 information-packed lessons interspersed with useful illustrations to help you grasp the topics being discussed. The site’s original author is Skip Heine, an award-winning photographer who’s been nominated for the Pulitzer Prize on two occasions. Continue reading  

30 Excellent Logo Design Tutorials And Walkthroughs

 

Designing a great logo is no easy task. It’s something people will remember, something that tells a story. In fact, your logo is a very important part of your branding. It becomes a way to connect your company with your promotional efforts such as advertising, promo products , etc.

We all know branding is not just a pretty logo, but creating something that’s memorable and that reflects what your company is about and effectively conveys your message will go a long way.

The tutorials featured in this post will walk you through the process of creating your own logo in Illustrator or Photoshop. Needless to say that the design process should start with a pen and paper, but these tutorials should give you the tools you’ll need once you sit at the computer.

Logo Design Process and Walkthrough for Vivid Ways ↓

Logo Design Process and Walkthrough for Vivid Ways

Create an Origami Logo ↓

Create an Origami Logo

 

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How To Remove Image Background In Photoshop

 

 

Removing background from any image can be hard and time consuming, but the purpose can have infinite possibilities. In this Photoshop Tutorial we will discover how it can be done, using lasso tool. There are variety of options available depending on the nature of the picture.

Starting off, we will get rid of the natural background behind the Hooded Seedeater as well as the barbed wire.

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How to Create Intense Light Streaks in Photoshop

 

 

A couple of subscribers left their comment on a previous post that collated a range of inspiring graphic artwork from digital artists across the world. The commentors asked how the light stream effect on some of the pieces was created. I did a little research and picked up a couple of tips from similar tutorials to present a walkthrough on how to create intense light streaks flowing around an object or person.

 

Intense light streams in Photoshop

 

 

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Big Design in Small Spaces

 

It’s easy to get caught up in the big picture sometimes – what your whole site looks like or the message it conveys. Just as important though, are the small spaces. The look of your banner, sidebars and even the dreaded-in-some-circles above the scroll presentation can bring people into or turn people away from your site.

Effective design in restricted, and even constricted spaces can be the key to adding just the right flair to your site. Simple design tools such as cropping, color, text display and contrast can make all the difference when planning the design for the boxed-in spaces of your next project.
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Cropping

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A tight crop can give a small image the feeling of being much larger than it is. In small spaces, it is best to stay away from wide angle images where faces are unidentifiable. People like to see other people in photos, so crop your images so that faces are clearly visible and identifiable. Continue reading  

Clipping Masks And Type – Placing An Image In Text With Photoshop

 

 

Written by Steve Patterson. In a previous tutorial, we learned the basics and essentials of using clipping masks in Photoshop to hide unwanted parts of a layer from view in our designs and documents. We learned that clipping masks use the content and transparent areas of the bottom layer to determine which parts of the layer above it remain visible, and as a real world example, we used a clipping mask to place one image into a photo frame that was inside a second image.

In that tutorial, we focused mainly on using clipping masks with pixel-based layers, but another common use for them is with type. Specifically, they can be used to easily place a photo inside of text! As we’ll see in this tutorial, Type layers in Photoshop are different from pixel-based layers in that there are no actual “transparent” areas on a Type layer. The type itself simply becomes the layer’s contents. When we use a clipping mask with a Type layer, any part of the image on the layer above that sits directly over top of the text remains visible in the document, while areas of the image that fall outside the text are hidden. This creates the illusion that the image is actually inside the text! Let’s see how it works.

As with the previous tutorial, I’ll be using Photoshop CS6 here but everything we’ll cover applies to any recent version of Photoshop.

Download our tutorials as print-ready PDFs! Learning Photoshop has never been easier!

Here’s a document I have open containing two images. The first photo on the bottom Background layer will be used as the main image for the project (friends enjoying snowfall photo from Shutterstock):

Two happy young female friends enjoying snowfall on Christmas winter night over snow background. Image licensed from Shutterstock by Photoshop Essentials.com

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How to Composite a Destroyed City Scene and Retouch Characters in Photoshop

 

Preview of Final Results

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Tutorial Resources

Fix Tone and Color with Levels In Photoshop

 

 

When it comes to editing images in Photoshop, the first thing we always want to do is fix any overall tonal and/or color problems in the image (commonly referred to as “global” problems) before moving on to more specific problem areas (“local” problems), and the tool of choice for the task is the same today as it’s been for years – Photoshop’sLevels command, which not only handles the job like a pro, it makes overall tonal and color correction incredibly simple and easy. In this Photoshop tutorial on photo editing, we’re going to see just how easy it is.

Download our tutorials as print-ready PDFs! Learning Photoshop has never been easier!

Here’s the image I’ll be using for this tutorial:

The original image

And here’s how it will look after a quick overall tone and color correction with Levels:

The final result

Again, this is the step you always want to start with when editing your images, so having said that, let’s get started! Continue reading