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Best 5 Painting Effect Photoshop Action 

June 8, 2018 - By 

Best 5 Painting Effect Photoshop Action

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Colorful Powder Explosion Photoshop Action

June 8, 2018 - By 

Colorful Powder Explosion Photoshop Action

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– Super time save option

– Creative concept

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– Perfect t-shirt design

– Help with graphic designer for photo manipulation

– Unlimited color

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– Make a stylish movies poster

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The Missing Guide to Graphic Design File Formats

June 7, 2018 - By 
As a designer, you work with a lot of different file formats. I know that in my daily workflow I have .indd, .ai, .psd, .pdf, .jpg files moving all over the place, and that’s just today. You probably have a similar story.But we tend to put ourselves into these bubbles, and we may not always know what other file formats are and what they’re for. Hence this guide. Here I’ll tell you about all of the fun file formats we use here at Creative Market, what they’re used for, and what kind of magic you can do with them. Fun, right? Let’s get after it.


This one is pretty straightforward. An AI file is an Adobe Illustrator file. That means that it’s a vector document, and even though it may contain raster-based imagery, it still makes shapes using geometry, as opposed to pixels. That said, it’s not just a regular old vector file like an EPS. Illustrator documents have layers and multiple artboards, so they can contain vastly more information. For more info, check out this article.


Like an AI file is for Adobe Illustrator, a PSD file is for Adobe Photoshop. It’s a raster-based file, so it uses pixels in various shades to create an image. What makes a PSD file different from a regular JPEG is that it can contain all sorts of layers inside the doc, and each layer can have its own modifications. A JPEG is a flattened version of that PSD doc (or one of the layers inside the doc), so it can’t be broken apart into different layers and reverse engineered.


INDD stands for another Adobe product: Adobe InDesign. It’s the tool of choice for print designers, or designers that want to create print-like creations for the web via PDFs. I use InDesign all the time to create magazines for my clients. Like other Adobe products, an INDD doc can have multiple pages, styles, and patterns in one place, and can be broken down into those individual components.


PDF stands for Portable Document Format, and it’s one of the older file formats on this list. It was developed originally by Adobe as a platform- and software-agnostic tool for fixed-layout flat documents. The idea is this: if you get a PDF document, it should look just like the printed version of the same doc, including all of the graphics, colors, fonts, text, and so on.

Now where things get interesting is with the addition of fillable PDFs. These docs have fields that a user can fill in for their own uses. For example, you can download U.S. tax forms for free at for when you do your taxes. Then you fill out the fields with your information, save it, and/or print it out. You can also create your own fillable PDFs, and one of the many tools to do that is Adobe Acrobat. It comes standard with Adobe Creative Cloud, and requires a subscription.


EPS stands for Encapsulated PostScript, and all that fancy language means that an .eps doc typically has vector graphics. The file format can also have bitmap images and text, but 9 times out of 10, if you ask for a vector document, you’ll get an EPS. For more vector info, check out one of my favorite articles.


Of course, EPS and AI aren’t the only vector games in town. SVG stands for Scalable Vector Graphics, so SVG files are also vector-based. But where it gets fancy is the relatively recent introduction of SVG fonts. They’re designed to use on the web, and it allows web designers to build a font into their pages, and scale it dynamically based on the user’s browser.


Alrighty, here’s a big one. A JPEG (.jpg or .jpeg file) is the image format of the web. It uses “lossy” compression, which you probably know if you’ve ever created one in Photoshop or a similar program. You know how you can adjust the image quality using a slider in Photoshop? This is how you dial in the compression, and therefore pick the best image quality. But have you ever seen an old meme? You know, the ones with all the blocks and messed up textures in them? That’s because the original JPEG was compressed, then someone compressed it again, and again, etc., to the point where the image has lost a substantial amount of quality. But hey, if it’s funny, do you really care anyway?


When I worked at a magazine, we didn’t use JPEGs or GIFs for our high-resolution prints, we used TIFFs. Why? Compression. I just talked about how JPEGs are compressed, and how that can result in artifacts or blockiness if it’s compressed too much. TIFFs aren’t compressed. Period. That means that they don’t degrade at all every time you open and edit them.

Now that’s not always the case. I have lots of magazines today that tell me to send them JPEGs, and forget the raw version of the file (which is what they would normally use to turn into a TIFF). And that’s often because TIFF files are huge. Since they’re not compressed at all, there are no file size savings to be had. That’s also why you don’t find them in use on the web.

All that said, a JPEG can give you a high-quality photo, no doubt. But the absolute best quality comes from a TIFF.


Whether you use Slack all the time with your pals or you just want to send a funny animated message to someone, chances are good you’re going to use a GIF. They’re animated bitmap images that you can use in a variety of places, and they’re usually pretty small in file size.


A Bitmap is another type of raster file, just like a JPEG and GIF. They’re mostly found on Windows operating systems, and nowadays aren’t as common as they used to be. That’s because even though there are a lot of cool things you can do with them — they work great with printers and CRTs, for example — they tend to be fairly big, too. They also don’t resize as well as a JPEG, so when you combine those two downsides, you’re in a sticky situation.


If you’re a font junkie, then you know all about our next two listings. First up is TTF, or TrueType Font. Back in the day, Adobe ran the font market with PostScript. But Microsoft and Apple wanted to get into the game (and stop paying Adobe licensing fees), so they created TrueType together. It’s your standard font format nowadays, and you can use a TTF on pretty much anything. As Wikipedia puts it, “The primary strength of TrueType was, originally, that it offered font developers a high degree of control over precisely how their fonts are displayed, right down to particular pixels, at various font sizes. With widely varying rendering technologies in use today, pixel-level control is no longer certain in a TrueType font.”

Is it the best font format? Well …


OTF, or OpenType Font is the next generation of TTF created by Microsoft with some help from Adobe. While TTF lets designers play with pixels, OTF is a scalable computer font. That means that once you design the font, you don’t have to mess with specifics; everything scales up or down appropriately automatically.


Want to add some cool brushes to your Photoshop toolbox? Then you’ll want some ABR files. It stands for Adobe Photoshop Brushes file, and each one has a collection of brushes that the Photoshop Brush tool will use. They’ve got all sorts of specific tweaks and customizations, and you can check out a whole bunch of samples right here.

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How to Install & Use Photoshop Actions

June 1, 2018 - By 

How to Install & Use Photoshop Actions

If you’re a graphic designer or a photographer, Photoshop actions are one of the handiest time-saving tools you can have in your utility belt. Really they’re like magic, allowing you to transform your photos and designs with a single click. For those of you that have never ventured into the wonderful world of Photoshop actions, this guide is for you.Together with help from one of our shops, Design Panoply, we’ve put together this introduction to actions. In this post we’ll talk about what an action is, why they’re useful, and how you can get started using Photoshop actions today.

What are Photoshop actions?

Photoshop actions come in the .ATN file format and put simply, actions are a series of steps that have been recorded by their creator. This sequence of steps can then be reapplied at any time, which allows you to recreate the end result without having to go through each individual step every time. Think of them as short cuts.

Why are Photoshop actions useful?

Actions are great because they not only save time, but they significantly speed up your workflow. When you install a professional action in Photoshop, you are essentially getting the expertise of the person that created the action right on your computer. You can bypass hours of frustration and instead have fun playing around with different looks at the click of a button. For the novice, the ease of use and instant gratification of actions can be an important step in learning to embrace Photoshop. And if you’re interested in learning more, you can always dig into the individual layers of the actions to see how the original creator did certain things.

Installing Actions

The only thing easier than using actions is installing them on your copy of Photoshop. There are a couple of different ways to do it, but both are just as swift. Just follow these simple steps:

1. First, you’ll need some actions to work with and we just so happen to have a great selection to choose from.

2. After you’ve downloaded the zip file containing your actions, you’ll need to unpack the contents of the file. This should reveal a new folder containing the .ATN file for your new actions.

3. You can either drag this file directly into your Photoshop window, or you can use the action panel dropdown in Photoshop to select your .ATN file and load your actions.

That’s it! Once your actions are loaded in Photoshop, you’re ready to go.

Using Actions

Now that your actions are available in Photoshop, using them is as easy as 1, 2, 3.

1. Select the layer you want to apply the action to.

2. Select the action you want to use from your action panel.

3. Hit the “play” button down at the bottom of the panel.

And voila! Whatever layer you have selected will be transformed using that action. It happens so fast that if you blink, you could miss it.

To see this process in action, John Shaver of Design Panoply and Photoshop Video Academy was kind enough to put together a video tutorial showing how you can get started using actions. For those of you interested in following along, you can download the demo content here.

Really that’s all there is to it. With a few little clicks you can generate professional-looking results that take a fraction of the time. To get started playing around with actions, check out these great products from the marketplace.

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Best 5 Panting Photoshop Action

April 3, 2017 - By 

01. Color Panting Action

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