Category: Photoshop & Graphics

Photoshop Or Illustrator? Which Is Best For Small Business?

Photoshop Or Illustrator? Which Is Best For Small Business?

Should you be using Photoshop or Illustrator in your small business? Both can handle your marketing and business graphics with ease...but in different ways. Find out which of these two is a must-have for your business, and which you can safely set aside. (more…)

Photoshop For Print – Tackle Print Tasks In Your Biz With These Tips

Photoshop For Print – Tackle Print Tasks In Your Biz With These Tips

Photoshop for print! Using Photoshop to handle print tasks in your small business like flyers, business cards, mailers and more is certainly possible. But, it's important to know Photoshop's print limitations. Use these tips to make sure you're set up right! (more…)

Photoshop For Responsive Web Design – Is It Up To The Task?

Using Photoshop for responsive web design is certainly possible. Photoshop is an incredibly powerful tool, capable of handling a huge variety of tasks, including building mobile-friendly web layouts. However, this is one area where Photoshop does struggle. Here, let's find out of Photoshop is the right tool for your responsive design needs, if you should be looking elsewhere, and how Photoshop might fit into your web design workflows. Let's jump in! (more…)

Photoshop For Web Design – Can The Titan Of Graphics Hold Up?

Depending on who you ask, Photoshop may or may not be recommended to use for web design. Many more experienced designers who've been using Photoshop for years continue to use it. But younger designers in smaller agencies often use other, more specialized tools. Here, we'll take a closer look at whether Photoshop should be used for web design or not. Here we go! (more…)

Photoshop For Small Business – Fire Your Designer & Do It All Yourself!

Using Photoshop for your small business can help you make your product photos and website look great. But do you about know all the different ways you can use Photoshop in your business? In this article, we'll explore the variety of ways to best make use of Adobe's flagship image editor. Grab a coffee and let's jump in! (more…)

Is Photoshop hard to use?

Photoshop Doesn’t Have To Be Hard…Just Learn It The Right Way!

Is Photoshop hard to use? So long as you go about digging into it in the right way, you'll find Photoshop easy to learn. But dig too deeply too quickly, and you'll likely get confused and frustrated. This is why most people find Photoshop hard. In this post, we'll unpack all this -- let's do it! (more…)

What Is A PNG File? – PNG Meaning Simplified!

What Is A PNG File? – PNG Meaning Simplified!

What is a PNG file? And specifically, what's the meaning of PNG and how can you use PNG photos in your web design work? You'll get all of this cleared up, as well as get an understanding of the differences between PNG-8 vs PNG-24 in today's video. Let's get going! (more…)

Black And White Photoshop – Photo Effects In Photoshop!

Black And White Photoshop – Photo Effects In Photoshop!

Black and white Photoshop techniques! Photo effects in Photoshop can really make images pop with drama -- especially grayscale Photoshop effects. Here, you'll learn four techniques for creating stunning black and white effects in Photoshop. Let's go! (more…)

Understanding How Histograms Work In Photoshop

What Is A Histogram In Photography – Histograms Explained!

Getting your images to look great is all about getting smooth, even exposure -- not too dark, not too bright, but just right. Histograms are one way to help you get your images to look their best. You'll find histograms in your digital camera and in graphics applications like Photoshop. The great news is, wherever you find 'em, histograms always work the same way. In today's video, you'll get an easy to understand run through of exactly how histograms work so you can make your images look their best. Let's jump into it! (more…)

Use The Right Colour Space For Your Graphics

Color Spaces – RGB vs CMYK & More!

Having trouble getting your graphics to look their best? It could be that you're using the wrong colour spaces -- you know RGB, CMYK, Indexed colour, and so on. Have you heard of these? Not sure how these work? Then you're in the right spot! Here, you'll get a breakdown of the four primary colour spaces and when to use each. They're easy to understand, you just need to know a few key concepts. Let's take a look! (more…)