Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
This video will teach you how to use Color Lookup Adjustment Layers, which are typically used in the film industry, to recreate a movie-like effect on a still image.
In this video tutorial I will show you how to take a photo of a person and make a stylized portrait. using Photoshop. The method uses the posterize adjustment layer, and various blur filters. Some brushwork is required to smooth the 3 large tonal areas.
In this Photoshop tutorial, you will learn the processes of creating a "Alice in Wonderland" themed photo manipulation, by using smart filters, stock blending. The tutorial will show you how to mix stock, create lights, change weather on image, draw hair, eyes, make up and skin, and how to get depth of field on your manip.
Photoshop CC tutorial showing how to add a romantic, star-diffusion (twinkle) effect to your photos and then confine the effect to specific areas.
This video will teach you how to create a watercolor brush stroke border effect in Photoshop using layer masks and brushes.
In the Photoshop tutorials, we will learn about creating double exposure photographs in Photoshop. Double exposure photography has become very popular nowadays. The feature even comes built-in in some digital cameras. Creating your own double exposure photography effect in Photoshop is very simple.
In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to make Lego mosaic portrait from any photo in Photoshop. Here’s the effect we’ll be creating:
Spice up your images by adding some vibrancy and a tinge of fun with double exposure effects on Photoshop!
In this tutorial, I will show you the processes I used to create this unique photo effect with abstract brushes and coloring techniques in Photoshop. We will also go through some interesting layer blending and filter tricks, to achieve the final effect. Have a try!
In this tutorial you will learn how to create digital smoke from scratch. Using the brush tool, and a couple of filters
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