Tutorful, UK's online education company, named PanosFX one of the best Photoshop resources of the year.
The company conducted a survey in 60,000 tutors and students, asking them to recommend their favorite Photoshop resources. Then they shortlisted these suggestions and came up with the list of the top resources.
Proud to be in the list!
Fire up Photoshop, turn on your printers, pick up a scissors and the glue: it's time for some fun!
Discover this month's news:
The 2018.1 versions of our products have been released, with many improvements and new effects!
The update is FREE to anyone who's purchased the following products during the last 24 months (Photoshop or PS Elements versions):
The 2018 desktop calendar is ready! It can be downloaded for free by the site members. This year's calendar has many improvements: it displays the major lunar dates and times (full moons and new moons). It also shows the numbers of the weeks. Plus, it is available in 24 different languages, 10 more than last year!
Go to the calendar page, login and download the file. Decompress and follow the instructions in the PDF guide included in the package. Add your photos, print the calendar, fold and glue. You just created a beautiful item, which you can put on your desk or give away to your family and friends!
I am proudly presenting you a fantastic new product: the "Cartoons & Pop Art" actions for Photoshop & PS Elements! The actions transform your photos into beautiful cartoons, with an unprecedented quality! They let you create a wide range of effects, from funny caricatures, to pop-art collages.
Intro discount: Enter the coupon code Mickey in the checkout page, to instantly get a 15% discount.
Go to the product page to view more examples.
I prepared for you a new, advanced action, which has been added to the free "Projection Screen" set. It creates a beautiful slideshow: the animation commences with the screen rolling down softly from the projector tube; the lights dim; your photos are projected on the screen, while the projector beam flashes; when the slideshow finishes, the lights are turned on again, and the screen is retracted.
Click here to go to the action page.
If you want to learn more things about Photoshop timeline animations, and create a custom slideshow with more (or less) photos, then watch this tutorial.
Have you tried to create animated effects in Photoshop? Does it sound difficult? It's not!
This tutorial shows you how to use the Timeline panel in Photoshop CC (or CS6 Extended) to animate normal layers, smart objects, and text layers. You'll learn the basic concepts and tools, as well as useful techniques.
Click here to get started!