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How To Make A Custom Brush In Photoshop (Even From Images)

Learn how to make a custom brush in Photoshop either from scratch or from an image to unlock more creative options with the Brush Tool!

How To Center Text In Photoshop (With One Click!)

Learn the best methods to center text and layers in Photoshop with actionable steps that you can use in a variety of situations!

How To Use The Lasso Tool In Photoshop – A Complete Guide

Learning how to use the Lasso Tool in Photoshop allows you to easily make selections and cut out images in Photoshop. Although this tool is a far cry from the “perfect” selection tool, it does provide a simple way to make fast selections around basic edges. With three different lasso tools to choose from, there’s … Read more

How To Use The Polygonal Lasso Tool In Photoshop

Learn how to use the Polygonal Lasso Tool in Photoshop and start to understand how this tool differs from the Lasso Tool.

How To Copy & Paste Camera Raw Adjustments In Photoshop

Discover the easy methods to copy and paste camera raw adjustments in Photoshop between multiple RAW files or between smart objects.

How To Cut Out A Shape In Photoshop (Step By Step)

Learn how to cut out a shape in Photoshop from an image, from a shape, and finally with a feathered edge to cover all your bases!

What Is “Feathering” In Photoshop And How To Use It

Discover what feathering is in Photoshop and how to use it with the brush tool and different selection methods to soften edges of a photo.

How To Draw Curved Lines In Photoshop (Step By Step)

Learn two of the fastest ways to draw curved lines in Photoshop with two different styles to suit any type of project you are working on.

How To Make A Star In Photoshop

Learn the easy step by step process to make a star in Photoshop from your classic five point star to more unique star shapes too.

How To Open SVG Files In Photoshop

Discover two easy ways to open SVG files in Photoshop whether you want to open them as a rasterized layer or a vector layer.