Less Is More | Photoshop CC Tutorial #363/365

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Less is more is a term you will probably hear a lot when people talk about Graphic Design and it is certainly true when we talk about applying effects and styles in Adobe Photoshop!

It can be easy to get carried away and use effects just because they are there but remember it can be easy to go overboard, use them carefully.

We are coming close to the final video of the series, hopefully you have enjoyed it. In the meantime check out some other tutorials we have released so far:

Selecting Hair | Photoshop CC Tutorial #75/365

Making selections of hair can be tricky but this workflow makes the process much simpler!

Balance in Design layouts | Theory Tutorial #85/365

This tutorial will help you understand more about the term balance in a design context and why it’s essential to great work!

Using Scale | Theory Tutorial #97/365

Understanding what the term ‘scale’ refers to and how to use it will help ensure your work communicates effectively.

Bunting Brush | Illustrator Tutorial #164/365

Learn an interesting new way to make use of custom brushes in Adobe Illustrator.

Transitional Colour Palette | Illustrator Tutorial #176/365

This tutorial is perfect if you have ever felt a little stuck using colour!

Motion Blur | Photoshop CC Tutorial #138/365

Learn to create a motion blur effect so you can transform a static object to make it look as if it’s moving.

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