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Adobe Photoshop Training Tutorial | Optimize your Workspace for Increased Productivity

Learn how to set up and optimize your workspace for Photoshop for increased productivity and ease of use. by Mark Itskowitch (headTrix Training) Learn this and more in…

Photoshop Training Tutorial | Slicing Images, Exporting PSD to HTML | Photoshop Training in Los Angeles

Learn how to slice your Photoshop File to export and optimize each image individually. Export your images, create links and ALT tags right in Photoshop and then export…

Photoshop Training Tutorial | Creating Layer Masks in Photoshop

Learn how to create Layer Masks in Photoshop to hide and reveal parts of an image to create some magical effects! by Mark Itskowitch (headTrix Training) Learn this…

Photoshop Training Tutorial | Digital Plastic Surgery – Removing Wrinkles

Learn a quick Photoshop Technique for removing wrinkles with Digital Plastic Surgery. by Mark Itskowitch (headTrix Training) Learn this and more in our Photoshop Level 2 Training

Photoshop Training Tutorial | Exporting Layers to a PDF & Exporting Layer Comps to PDF

Learn how to easily export all your layers into ONE PDF file. Also in this tutorial, you will learn how to export all your Layer Comps to a…

Photoshop Training Tutorial – Creating Organic Drop Shadows | Photoshop Training

This Photoshop tutorial shows you how to create an organic drop shadows using layer effects and then creating a new layer so we can distort and transform the…

Photoshop Training Tutorial – Cropping and Rotating an Image

Learn how to Crop and Rotate an Image using Photoshop in this simple tutorial! Learn this and more in our Photoshop Level 1 Training

Photoshop Training Tutorial – How to Remove Blemishes From an Image

Learn how to easily remove blemishes using Photoshop Learn this and more in our Photoshop Level 2 Training

Photoshop Training Tutorial – Creating a steam effect with Photoshop

This ¬†Photoshop tutorial shows you how to create a Steam or smoke effect using a few filters. This tutorial was created using Photoshop CS4, however older or newer…