How To Copy Layers From One Photoshop Document To Another


Copy Layers From One Photoshop Document To Another In this tutorial, you will learn how to copy Photoshop layers from one Photoshop document to another. If you don’t want to read that much, go right away to the short summary at the end of the article. There are different ways, but here is my favorite one… I have a text layer called “Example Layer”  in the first document. If this is the layer we want to copy to our second document, we need to do a right-click on the layer name in the panel. It’s important that we right-click on … Continue reading How To Copy Layers From One Photoshop Document To Another

Make Impossible Things Possible. Get Far Away Photo Subjects Closer Without Owning A Tele Lens.


Who doesn’t like the moon? I always wanted to take pictures of the moon. I think it would be very well possible with a nice tele lens and my D7100, but since I still only have my 18-105mm Nikon kit lens, it’s hard to do that. However, I tried it anyway and the photo above is the result, but to be honest, I had to edit the photo because here is how far away I would be otherwise… I first wanted to delete the image as I thought “Damn, that is not really interesting, I am so far away”, but … Continue reading Make Impossible Things Possible. Get Far Away Photo Subjects Closer Without Owning A Tele Lens.

How To Add Borders To Photos With Photoshop


Creating Borders In Photoshop – Two Ways And Two Different Situations In this tutorial here I will tell you how to create photo borders or frames around your images. Adding borders to photos is fairly easy done with Photoshop. But before we want to add borders to photos, we should realize that there are naturally two ways how we can achieve to get frames around our images. We must understand our image and the subjects in the photos or the objects in the photos that we want to show off or highlight and which we don´t want to hide behind … Continue reading How To Add Borders To Photos With Photoshop

The Most Commonly Used Meme Font And A Tutorial How To Create A Meme With Photoshop


Have you ever asked how the most commonly used meme font is called? I can give you the answer. The font is called Impact. Impact is included in the “core fonts for the web” package and has been distributed with Microsoft Windows since Windows 98, which means you should have the font already installed if you use this any Microsoft operating system. The very thick strokes of the Impact font are aimed, as the name suggests, to “impact” or  in other words to stand out. The Impact font is commonly used for funny Internet memes like the Lolcat images. If … Continue reading The Most Commonly Used Meme Font And A Tutorial How To Create A Meme With Photoshop

Tutorial: Converting, Batch Rename and Batch Resize your Photos with IrfanView


There is often the problem that you took tons of photos you want to use anywhere, for example online but the size of all your photos are too big. Also you are sometimes not happy with the names of the photo series as the camera did decide about the filename. You could now either rename and resize every single photo by hand or you let a tool work for you. IrfanView is a pretty nifty little free and fast loading tool I use for these tasks. In this tutorial I will explain you how batch renaming and batch resizing of … Continue reading Tutorial: Converting, Batch Rename and Batch Resize your Photos with IrfanView