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Color Dodge is a built-in "filter" (Blend Mode). See below: Select the layer you wish to apply the effect to in your Layers Panel and click on the circled drop-down menu: Choose Color Dodge Adobe explains color dodge on their site as: Color Dodge Looks at the color information in each channel and brightens the base color to reflect the blend ...


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I just came across a question that was marked as a duplicate of this one (which is mostly is) but it also included this image: I just wanted to add that I found a useful web tool for quickly creating these angled images in nicely rendered device frames, it's called "MockUPhone".There's a good range of iOS and Android device frames available so I've found ...


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Follow these steps: Organize your Photoshop file. Name your layers meaningfully so you won't have to figure out what they contain. Avoid duplicate names, particularly for layers of different types. Unlock any locked layers, including your "Background" layer if your file contains one. Otherwise, some layers won't work correctly in After Effects. Convert ...


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You learn practical skills by doing them. There's lots of hard evidence that procedural skills learnt from doing are different and deeper than theoretical knowledge from reading. These then expand your creative possibilities through pushing these new skills, experimenting with them, and creating things with them. So, if it's an area you're new to, do it, ...


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I would recommend doing them obviously; Furthermore the way you really become an expert on a specific Photoshop/illustrator/any software is by getting the skill you learned on any tutorial and applying it on something completely different that you though of, because following a tutorial in a simple "monkey see monkey do" matter anyone can do but using the ...


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You can get the original image from a PowerPoint file: change .pptx to .zip (if it's a .ppt, you're out of luck) unzip folder with your favorite unzipping tool (7zip is my favorite) go into unzipped folder > media > images (or something like that) Here you'll find the original images But, as noted by Scott, even the original image probably won't be good ...


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Google "Brochure mockup PSD" or "trifold mockup PSD" and you will find many free and premium (paid) options to create mockup your file like the image you included. I use these frequently for my portfolio.


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You would have to do it manually in Photoshop. BUT, if you have access to Illustrator you could use the 3d bevel effect. YMMV



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