Monday, 12 March 2012
Photoshop CS5 removed the ability to create a web photo gallery directly from the Automate menu.
but you can still quickly make an HTML gallery of your images by installing a freely download able plug-in from Adobe, or by using Bridge, which comes free with Photoshop. HTML galleries are handy for quickly showing family and friends some of your images, or simply telling the world what you can do in Photoshop without having to learn
any coding or web design skills. The galleries that Photoshop produces are simple. but reﬁned in their styling. The ones you can export from Bridge have more options.
1 Download plug-In set Download the additional CS5 plug-in set (which includes the Web Photo Gallery option) at
http://adobe.ly/hnOYfY (Mac) or http://adobe.ly/d40asH (PC). Put the CS5 Optional Automate Plug-ins folder into your Photoshop plug-ins folder. move the Web Photo Gallery presets folder to the Photoshop Presets folder, and then restart Photoshop. If you're running the Mac version. hit Cmd+l on the Photoshop application icon and then check
Open in 32-bit mode.
2 Make your gallery Open Photoshop and go to File>Automate>Web Photo Gallery.
Choose the folder containing your images in the Source Images options, and choose the style. or theme, you'd like to apply in the Styles drop-down menu. Choose a destination — which is where
Photoshop will put the HTML and associated ﬁles and folders (you just copy this to your web server).
3 Add titles and credits In the Options>General drop-down menu, you can pretty much leave things as they are.
With the Banner options. you can choose to add not only the title of the page, but also credits for the photographer and any contact info.
4 Custom colours If you have large images in your folder, Photoshop will reduce them according to the options in
the Large Images menu. Choose a thumbnail size in the next options, then ﬁnally. choose custom colours
for the links if you desire.
5 Options In Bridge If you want more options, check out the Web Photo Gallery options in Bridge. To find them,
go to Window>Workspace>Output and then in the Output panel.
choose Web Gallery.
Sunday, 18 December 2011
How to Illustrate a Realistic Guitar Using Photoshop
In this tutorial we’re going to explore how easy it is to illustrate a guitar in Photoshop using tiny shapes, gradients and subtle shadows. Using these techniques and a good reference photo you can create an amazing amount of detail and realism. Lets jump right in.
Below is a preview of what we’ll be creating.
Friday, 9 September 2011
Candy Tree (Large Piece) Tutorial Photoshop Tutorial
Like always,that you can't create anything without having a canvas to make it on.
so let go to file< new or press Ctrl+N on your keyboard.Pick a nice size and hit OK.
Here,600x800 pixels was used.
We'll start by creating the background
Wednesday, 8 June 2011
Today we are going to make Basket Ball in Photoshop. In this Photoshop tutorial we will learn some technique basic tools like use of Pen Tool, Gradient tool, some Layer Styles to learn in this Photoshop tutorial. Quite easy tutorial for the beginners. It will definitely polish your Graphic Design skills.
Saturday, 5 March 2011
Photoshop Tutorial Fairy Tale - Rainy Day - photo effectsThe next lesson we'll learn How to combine the objects and people situated on different pictures, create the effect of rainbow and old picture, use the layers, layers' masks and work with the colors and blurring filters.
For the beginning we have to open in a new window the photo of a sitting girl: File - Open (ctrl+o).
Photoshop Tutorial Cylinder icon tutorial
Create a cylinder Photoshop shape that you can use as an icon using Photoshop and few tehniques.
Create a new document whatever the size. I used as a background a gradient like below. Create a new layer and grab the elliptical tool, blue colour and
Friday, 21 January 2011
Color blending collection 3
The first tutorials for new year! Color blending style is back with the third collection. Its one of my most favorite effects and i hope you will like them too .
I. Soft high contrast photo effect: