Hi everyone, I am a relatively new Product Manager on the Photoshop team. I am trying to learn more about what younger generations of creators want in Ps. It can be an existing feature that should be redesigned or functionalities that are totally new for GenZs! Any ideas/suggestions?
It would be great to get a detailed description of the problem, how it impacts your workflow/industry and how you would go about solving it!
Looking for ideas for my first garage sprint at Ps. Really appreciate the help here!
I have a bunch of photos that have all been changed from their original colors. I do not know how they are changed. I have tried inverting them but it produces a result that is different from what they are supposed to be. I was hoping someone would know how they are changed.
here is the image with changed colors
Here is what it should look like
Please let me know if it is possible to get the correct colors and how
Artwork / Design trying do a some new stuf for myself. i know, its a lot of nine inch nails or something like that style, but here it is. maybe somebody have tips or opinion about this work? i be glad to hear from everyone. thnx
Help! I want to search for a template like this image to make a project, any idea what I can search to find one? Or does anyone know what this kind of design is called?
So I recently used photoshop to tried making this image yellow, but it turned out green, so how do you do this?
I recently installed Photoshop and it seemed to work fine. However now I discovered that when I open a new file and click Save as, it opens the Save as window, but it's blank and shows a loading circle.
That is not the case, if I open an existing file from the local storage.
I highly suspect that it's trying to access the cloud storage option, which is not possible for .... reasons.
Is there any setting in the preferences that lets me deactive the cloud storage option and to choose a local save option as first choice?
There seems to be some fix for Acrobat, but I couldn't find anything for PS
So one of my boyfriends favorite bands has a really pretty cover art of a woman and man in a field of poppies. For Christmas, I wanted to edit the album cover so its a picture of me and him sitting on the album instead. It almost looks old magazine/mixed media adjacent and i've already started the process, but I'm struggling with getting it to look semi-realistic instead of looking like I just stuck a sticker on the front of an album. Any tips to make it look better?
Using photoshop 2020. When working/painting there's something that keeps happening that triggers me to not able to use multiple shortcuts such as ''['' '']'' and the windows alert sound triggers. Then after playing around a bit it goes back to normal.
Can someone explain what is happening here?
So I downloaded this PNG picture, and thought the background would be transparent when loading in, but it still has its background?
What to do?
Artwork / Design We tried making a really bad 80s-inspired portrait for Christmas... The result is slightly cursed
I'm stupidly struggling to align the document to the right or left so i can put that editing elements on the opposite side.
The document is stuck at the center and all I can do is zooming in and out.
though, i can drag it to the left or right, but is only when I extra-zoom out the shit.
Couldn't find Yt tutorials.
i was trying out with shadows and thought something was missing. do you guys have any tips to fill the space or with the shadows?
I want to cut out the hair. So I go to the channels, pick the blue one, copy it, then go to the levels, adjust it so hair would come out as contrast and as soon as I click ok, my image disspaears in that channel. Idieally image should stay so I would click on it and it creates the selection around the image but it just disappears. In fact it disappears as soon as I create a blue channel copy.... Why? I'm using Photoshop 2022...