A time-lapse video showing how Alexander Koshelkov put together this 1920 x 1080 wallpaper using Photoshop. It took him 4 hours, 17 minutes, and 244 layers to create this dramatic image.
(NSFW: Language) Despite its name, Cory Bortnicker and Brett Molé’s website actually shows a series of hilarious ready made mockups of book covers poking fun at Malcolm Gladwell’s books.
Adobe Photoshop CS6 is now available for pre-order. Notable features include background saving, auto-recovery, a modernized user interface, a new crop tool and more content-aware tools.
You can now try out the latest version of Adobe’s image editing software.PS CS6 brings a streamlined UI, improved auto correction, new content aware tools, lens blur effects and more.
Spanish photographer Victor Enrich loves taking pictures of urban landscapes, only to manipulate the structures he captures into surreal shapes that are evidently fake but still seem authentic.
Previously available on Android, Photoshop Touch is now on the iPad 2. It lets you use familiar tools such as layers and filters and easily share your work. Limited to 1600×1600 resolution though.
We know how Natsumi Hayashi does it, but photographer Rachel Hulin is keeping the trick to her son Henry’s levitation a secret, only saying that “Photoshop is involved, but only slightly.”
Some of the slick new features in Photoshop CS6 build upon the Content Aware Fill tool. We’ll be able to tell Photoshop where to base its fill, move and fill or extend a selection in one step.
Furious Pete shows us a possible way of faking before and after shots in a short amount of time even with minimal usage of photo-editing software. The secret? You have to already be ripped.
Image enhancement engineer Brant Widgeon helps bring us awe-inspiring astronomical images. But he doesn’t just have to clean up dust and specks – he’s got a much bigger challenge on his hands.
(NSFW: Language) Mighty God King photoshopped the cover art of Atari 2600 games, interpreting the art in the titles and poking fun at the generation’s simple gameplay and primitive graphics.
Sick of the cluttered mess that is the modern video game cover? Browse through the Custom Cover Art thread at NeoGAF, where the forum’s members post ready-to-print alternate art for various games.
(Link NSFW) A blog of photoshopped designs for neo-90’s sweaters, filled with faded pastel palettes and large graphics of art, artists and memes. We want the ones with the animated gifs on them.
We’ve seen some pretty amazing advancements in Photoshop’s capabilities over the years, but some of the more specialized features should get their fair shake too, like the new Hover Hand tool.
Adobe recently showed off a new feature for a future version of Photoshop which really blew our minds. This deblurring tech can miraculously fix some of the worst victims of camera shake.
One of the apps in Adobe’s tablet optimized Touch suite, Photoshop Touch provides tools to edit, enhance and share images. Coming to Android tablets first, with an iOS version to follow later.
Adds more quick and easy fixes and effects, including resizing without distortion, paintable effects and photo style matching, as well as easier search and sharing functions. More here and here.
Viktor Hertz uses his image manipulation jutsu to poke fun at popular brands. Some of the logos are funnier than others while many are exaggerated, but they all look just like the real deal.
A photo blog taking revenge on those who joined the rioting and looting in London, archiving their crimes while making them look even more ridiculous in their infamy. This guy got owned hard.
We’ve all heard about the critical role that a dog played in the takedown of Osama Bin Laden. Turns out cats have been involved in military operations for a while as well.
Previously featured for his pencil/photo mashups, artist Ben Heine has a unique new technique – creating entire portraits from a series of perfect circles with only Photoshop CS4 and his raw talent.
If architects were all drunk and tripped out eight year olds, our buildings will probably look a lot like the ones that photographer Filip Dujardin made up, which amazingly enough look almost real.
Irina Werning had the exact same idea as the folks behind Young Me/Now Me, except that Werning goes the extra mile, copying the setting, the clothes and even the exposure of the old pictures.
Photo editing is useful and fun, but Photoshop isn’t exactly the easiest program to master. Lifehacker’s tutorial was made with absolute newbies in mind though, so don’t go looking for advanced tricks.
Final Gear forum members have been having a hell of a time editing pictures of cars (and then some). The rule is simple – invert the upper half of the vehicle. Some of the results almost seem okay.
Using quick cook food is a half-assed way of cooking. They’re testaments to our laziness. In fact, we’re so lazy we’re not even willing to follow the steps it takes to make these things properly.
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