How to convert Photoshop PSD file to Illustrator AI (2019)

First, open your PSD file in Photoshop CC Go to: File → Save As → select Photoshop EPS from the drop down menu, and Save Select what elements to include and click Ok, this will also save vectors and layers information! The EPS file should now open with Illustrator, if not, just drag it into Read more…

60 Second Photoshop Tutorial : Save Images (JPEG, PNG, BMP, TIFF, etc) -HD-

When using Photoshop, there are few ways to save your final images. For users constrained by file size, you may want to explore the save features under file, save for web. But for most people, you will simply go to file, save as in order to save your images from Photoshop. So when you click Read more…

How to Rotate an Image in Pixlr Editor [CC]

Hi there I’m Terry Smith here Today and I’m going to show you how to rotate an image using the Pixlr Editor First thing we’re going to want to do with our image up hit up you’re image tab You’re presented with three options Rotate 180 degrees, Rotate 90 clockwise and Rotate 90 Counter Clockwise Read more…

60 Second Photoshop Tutorial : Put an Image in Text -HD-

One of the best ways to make boring text in Photoshop more interesting is to put an image inside of it. First grab your text tool and find the font that has put on the most extra holiday weight. I’ll be using Impact as is nice think font that will allow us to see a Read more…

05 – Corel PHOTO-PAINT X6 Basics

Here on the [Quick Start tab] I’m going to click [New Blank Document]. Notice this dialog looks very similar to the dialog for CorelDRAW to create a new document. However there are some important differences. CorelDRAW is vector based using lines & fills. although CorelDRAW has a resolution setting, it only affects some areas in Read more…

Creating 3D Photo Frames in PaintShop Pro

Welcome to this video on 3d photo frames in Corel PaintShop Pro. In this tutorial, we will show you how to make an image that appears to defy the laws of photography by leaping out of the picture. First, open your image in PaintShop Pro and make sure that the Edit tab is active. Go Read more…