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On Shillington’s graphic design course, we’re keenly focused on helping students find employers and freelance clients. One element of that is showing how versatile you are, and mockups place a key part in demonstrating that. Mockups place your design work in different contexts, from digital screens to product packaging and posters to vinyl record covers. ..

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You can do a lot in Photoshop. It’s no secret that Photoshop is one of, if not the most powerful photo editing programs in the world. For years, Adobe’s pinnacle program has been the gold standard in photo editing. In the last few years, Photoshop plugins have been on the rise, and there are now ..

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ON1 Resize, powered by Genuine Fractals, has been the gold standard for photo resizing and preparing your photo’s final output, and it has been for over twenty years. ON1 says the new ON1 Resize AI is by far the most significant improvement they’ve made to their industry-leading photo enlargement software since the early days of Genuine ..

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By Ross Shain If you enjoy exploring lighting and special effects in your edits and would like to do more in Lightroom without jumping to Photoshop, this tutorial might be for you. Boris FX Optics is a unique plugin, literally packed with creative options. Optics can be used for subtle lighting and color grades to ..

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Facebook is a vast ocean of photographic imagery. Can beginning photographers capture something of value from the depths of this huge social media site? We all have our views on Facebook and how it treats our data and photos. Some say that “people don’t realize that Facebook is a social network, not a diary.” The ..

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Picture 1: A photo in need of cropping and straightening. All text and photographs (c) Jim Austin Jimages. Do you have a photo that needs cropping? Want to straighten a horizon? Open Photoshop and grab your crop tool. CROP, FRAME & TRIM First, we’ll cover a basic “how to” method for cropping. Second, we’ll make ..

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