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How to Use Buttons in InDesign?

If you ever tried adding interactivity to your InDesign documents you most likely played around with buttons. They are fairly simple features, but to make the most of them you have to dig deeper. Buttons and other interactive features of InDesign like the Multi-state Objects can be very powerful if you know how to use…

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Making Selections of People in Photoshop

My new online course is finally here! As a respond to popular demand this course is the ultimate guide for making selections of people in Photoshop. You can learn all the professional tools and techniques starting from basic selections of a person with one coloured background to very complex selections, with hair, transparent details and…

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Designer Meetups in London

I’m happy to announce that I officially started a Meetup group in London and I’m organising monthly free presentations and trainings for designers, photographers, digitals artists and Photoshop enthusiasts. You can join now and be part of the coolest Meetup group in London This group is the best place for Designers and Digital Artists to…

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Creating Reflections for Products

There is nothing wrong about using subtle reflections in your designs especially when you have to work with product images. It is quite easy to add reflections where there were none in Photoshop but there are several useful techniques, which can help you to create them in a very professional and effective way. In this…

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Pathfinder vs Shape Builder

Have you ever wondered what is the difference between the Pathfinder panel and the Shape Builder tool in Illustrator? Both of them are great to turn shapes into artwork but there are slight differences between them. In this video I will show you how to make the most of both of these amazing tools.

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  • All I can say is you are making me love Photoshop. There is probably many people who are brilliant at using Photoshop, however it doesn't make them good teachers, but this is where Martin Perhiniak SHINES! You are an amazing teacher, thank you so much. I love my media and web design course but without your tutorials it would be much more difficult.
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  • "Martin Perhiniak not only knows his stuff, he knows how to make YOU know his stuff. I didn't have a clue about Photoshop when I started Martin's course. I'm not a "design person", and Photoshop has always been just out of reach. Thanks to Martin, I learned enough to make Photoshop do useful things. He didn't waste my time with interface tours or background blabbery. Martin taught a practical, hands-on course, and I look forward to his next one."
    Bob McLain
  • "I've been using Photoshop for years and have never understood the full potential of masking techniques. Thank you for sharing your expertise in such easy to understand steps. I have been doing things the hard way for a very long time, so these newly discovered techniques will save me a whole lot of time! I am forever grateful!"
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  • "Martin does a really nice job laying out the foundations and his resources are incredibly helpful. I highly recommend his courses to anyone interested about design."
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