Most cameras and smartphones take pictures at a resolution that is far too high for everyday use, and storing these images uses far too much disk space. Keep reading to find out how to compress pictures to reduce storage yet keep the same picture quality.
By default in Illustrator, only the fill is resized when you scale an object. Since the object’s strokes and effects are not scaled, you may end up with an odd-looking shape after resizing. This tutorial will help you solve this frustrating problem.
Even though Illustrator’s default shortcuts are helpful, users may still find the need to modify them to suit their workflow. To keep others from spending too much time setting up the necessary keyboard shortcuts, many designers share their own shortcuts sets in a special format that can be imported back to Illustrator later. If you […]
If you usually use your Wacom tablet in combination with the keyboard to work on your desktop computer, you can take advantage of the extra keys on the tablet and the buttons on the pen to perform quick tasks and minimize the need to switch between the tablet and the keyboard. This tutorial will show […]
Because Photoshop actions can be used to archive a desired image effect quickly, they are created and shared on the internet to help people save their time when editing a photo. If you have just downloaded a Photoshop actions file, follow the steps in this tutorial to import it to the program.
Pick out colors from a photograph and store them in a custom color swatch. The follow techniques work in both Adobe Photoshop CS6 and CC
Owning a digital camera can allow anyone to take great photos. However, one of the cons of using a digital camera is that we can easily forget how many clicks we have made on a single photo shoot. Using the following techniques in Lightroom, we can pick out and share only our best photographs.
Many of us having been using Lightroom through multiple versions now. Merging version 2, 3, or 4 Lightroom catalogs into the latest version of Lightroom can be accomplished through the following steps. Instructions provided will work for both Windows and Mac systems.
Pixel art graphics are often very small in size. When you try to scale an image up, it often comes out blurry and unusable. This tutorial will show you how to properly resize pixel art files to any size you want, without losing the quality of the file.
By default, Illustrator always displays a thumbnail for each layer to help the user manage the layers more effectively. However, the thumbnail size of the layer may be too small to see. This tutorial will help you increase the size of the thumbnail to your desired size.