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Summary: Watch each week as the Pixelmator gurus share new tips and tricks, to make your time in Pixelmator more productive, more efficient and more fun. Pixelmator brings image editing to the rest of us in a brilliant way. Image editing has never been more fun, and more exciting. PixelmatorTutorials.net make Pixelmator and image editing accessible for people that already have experience with image editing and people that are new to image editing. With over a thousand visitors a day to the site and even more downloading the podcasts via iTunes, the Pixelmator Tutorial podcast turns out to be the number one resource for learning image editing with Pixelmator.
Finally! A new pixelmator tutorial after several months waiting. So sorry for the delay, I have a lot of other projects going on that needed my attention first. But now we’re back with a new Pixelmator Tutorial on the longest running Pixelmator tutorial website. In this tutorial I will show you how you can putRead more
For some time now Apple has replaced iPhoto with the new Photos app. And as with iPhoto it is possible to edit your images in your Photos library with Pixelmator. So in this tutorial I’ll guide you to what’s possible when it comes to combining Pixelmator with Photos.
A lot of web designers have requested a feature in Pixelmator that will automatically create a set of images in different sizes on export. This is a feature that is not available in Pixelmator. But we can achieve the same by using an app called automator that comes standard with OS X.
On the Pixelmator forums I see many people having difficultes understanding how layers work in Pixelmator. Especially when it comes to cropping layers. In this tutorial I will explain how layers work in Pixelmator when it comes to their size and how to work with them. I will also show you what cropping in PixelmatorRead more
Click here if the video doesn’t play In this brand new tutorial series here on PixelmatorTutorials.net we’re going to create a musical composition, using silhouettes created from an original photograph and by using font characters as brushes
Photo credit: lo.tangelini / Foter / CC BY-SA In my last tutorial about the paint selection tool I did a quick color replacement using an extra layer with a hue-blending mode. This method drew the attention of several of our viewers and today I will explain why I like this method over the other methods available for replacing color.
In this guest tutorial Anthony Morganti from Anthony Morganti Photography shows you how to add an image of the moon onto another image by using the screen blending mode. This Pixelmator video tutorial is provided to you by PixelmatorTutorials.net with permission from and in cooperation with Anthony Morganti Photography (anthonymorganti.com)
Photo credit: lo.tangelini / Foter / CC BY-SA Pixelmator 2.2. blueberry not only got new shapes functions. It also got a whole new selection tool named the Paint Selection tool. It lets you easily paint a selection as if you were painting with a brush. It basically is the magic wand tool in brush form, because while we paint itRead more
In this episode we will dive deeper into the new shapes functions that come with Pixelmator 2.2 If you watched our previous episode about the new features in Pixelmator 2.2 you’ve seen the new shapes palette, which will pop up automatically every time we activate the shape tool. Now there is more to these shapesRead more
Finally after hearing about 3-5 months that a new release of Pixelmator would be coming soon, the wait is over. Today we could finally download Pixelmator 2.2 blueberry. As you are used to we want to first give you a quick overview of all the changes in this new version and then in the upcomingRead more
OS X Lion introduced us to Autosave, Resume, versions , and working in the cloud. And Pixelmator has embraced these technologies to the fullest. For some people Autosave and resume have been a lifesaver in the form that when Pixelmator crashed the file they worked on was still there. For others these new technologies haveRead more
Here we make use of mask and gaussian blur and i explain things about healing tool and masks.This is a quick and easy way to soften skin in pixelmator. The advance version will be uploaded soon.
– - A tutorial on how to use the clone stamp tool in Pixelmator. It can also be used in many other ways.
– Do you remember the days where you wrote text on sweaty windows or windows that got wet by the rain? Welcome to a new Pixelmator video tutorial where Varun will show us how to create the same effect in Pixelmator. Images used in the tutorial: Link for Rain Wallpaper: http://www.hdwallpapersarena.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/rain-wallpapers-widescreen-1.jpg Link for Car [...]
– - Today I want to show you how you can get richer colours and tones out of your photographs, making them really stand out. We start with this image here. And as you see it is a beautiful and amazing image already. Hard to believe we want to adjust things here. But I’m [...]