Apr 07, 2011 — 0 comments
Learn how to create a magnificent flying bird in Photoshop CS6 using Photo-manipulation techniques.
Using photoshop to create your own world using photo manipulation and some great photoshop techniques, part 2 will include how to turn this into a web design or advertisement for your portfolio.
The first step is of course the idea of the final image and this step is also very important. The initial condition which we will set for the final image will also guide our workflow.
Photoshop CS6 tutorial showing how to make an awesome, splatter effect of a figure. This effect looks especially great for anyone photographed in action, such as a musician or athlete.
Photoshop CS6 tutorial showing how to create a realistic water reflection of a skyline, landscape or object.
This tutorial uses some basic layering and masking techniques, coupled with some 3D elements that we’ll montage together to create an interesting mixed-media collage with lots of depth. Layered PSD file included.
This guide will show you how to add Instagram-inspired filter effects to your photos using high-quality, post-editing techniques in Adobe Photoshop.
DOF or Depth Of Field is a commonly used technique in photography. Depending on the camera aperture (F) settings you can precisely focus only part of the face or object you are taking pictures of. Lets learn how to recreate the DOF effect using Photoshop like a pro in this easy to follow step-by-step tutorials suitable for beginners as well.
A normal self-photo at first glance, but upon further inspection the camera is missing! Try this with your profile picture and see if your friends catch on!
Create a stylized motivational sports poster using only 4 images and we'll work non-destructively by taking advantage of Smart Objects and Adjustment Layers to create the dark-grungy look.
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