Apr 07, 2011 — 0 comments
Photoshop CS6 Extended tutorial showing how to transform an ordinary photo into a classic, vintage UFO sighting.
In this Adobe Photoshop CS6 tutorial, we created an eerie/supernatural theme by combining images and duplicating a person. Learn how!
Photoshop CS6 Extended tutorial showing how to create a subtle, but dynamic, hand-painted look to a color photo using the Apply Image feature. In this tutorial, we'll transform an ordinary photo of a bouquet of flowers into a stunning still life.
Really great PS tutorial demonstrating how to create a retro and vintage style photo effect.
Welcome to another cool abstract Photoshop tutorial. This is a 1 hour video tutorial where I will try to show you a few techniques I use to create light effects and abstract shapes using the Warp Tool and other filters. Enjoy.
I will show you how to photo retouch a full colour image into a beautiful monochrome composition using Adobe Photoshop CS6.
Want a quick way to tone or split-tone your photos? Photoshop CS6 comes preloaded with photographer-created Gradient Map presets but they’re hidden somewhere inside Photoshop. Read this tutorial and find out where to find them and how to use them to create a professional split-toning effect. A printable toning presets chart is also included for you to use as a reference.
Today’s Photoshop CS6 Tutorial is on Creating an Oil painting photo effect by using the newly added special effects option called “ Oil Paint “.
‘Mech’ an awesome android face in Photoshop using Vexel Digital Painting and Photomanipulation techniques.
Turn photo into a background. In this tutorial you will learn how to turn your photo into a background using Adobe Photoshop. The entire purpose of the tutorial is to take just about any decent looking picture, load it in Photoshop, and make a background out of it using primarily the Single Column Marquee Tool, a couple of adjustment layers, and some sweet manipulation of layer properties.
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