The best Photoshop plugins have finally arrived, but they’re not the most intuitive or efficient ones.
The tools have been around for a while, but the sheer amount of options and possibilities is daunting to newbies.
The most basic one, Freeze Panes, is a little confusing, but it’s the easiest to get right.
The interface is a snap to set up, but there are plenty of other plugins available to help you get the most out of the tool.
The Freezing Panes plugin will freeze the layer on a layer mask, creating a perfect seal that makes it appear as if the image is frozen.
Once set up correctly, it can take a while to get to grips with, but if you’re new to Photoshop, it’ll be a lot of fun to tweak and experiment.
The freeze panes tool is a free download on Adobe’s website.
The tool itself is a simple one that will freeze all of your layers and mask.
You’ll need to download a few extra plugins to get it to work with your existing Photoshop workflow.
If you’re looking for a new Photoshop plugin, be sure to check out the new Freeze Panels plugin.
It comes with a ton of new features and is free to use, making it an excellent option for newbies who just want to try out the tools for themselves.