Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a stylized portrait made from newspapers in Adobe Photoshop.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to automatically remove objects from pictures in Adobe Photoshop.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to the refine edge tool in Adobe Photoshop.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to remove glare from glasses using Adobe Photoshop.
Christmas is in the air, so don’t be surprised if some of that festive spirit bleeds into your creative psyche and you find yourself wanting to do a portrait project with Christmas lights.
The still life is a genre that has endured over many centuries, from ancient Egyptian tomb paintings and Mediterranean mosaics, to Rennaissance and Impressionist oil paintings, to high-tech digital photography.
What do you get when you combine condensed milk, food coloring, and hydrogen peroxide? No, not your favorite holiday cookie recipe, but rather a stellar way to make cosmic effects.
Here is an article describing how you can get better photos of Christmas lights. I’ve focused on the tree, but these concepts will work for most any lighting display.
Perhaps you’ve tried quite a few times to take a picture of a fast-moving car or motorcycle, and you’ve ended up with just a blurry image. But, behold, here we tell you how to capture an incredible high-speed image outside a studio.
In this tutorial we will cover a technique for creating a Long Shadow effect using the ColliderScribe and VectorScribe plug-ins, which will allow us to make it easy and quickly. Long Shadow is a popular trend today that is why I think this tutorial will be useful for you.
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