Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
Create an eye catching dispersion effect in Adobe Photoshop CS6/CC
In this Photoshop tutorial I will show you how to enhance images details and give it that shinny effect which make the photo look charming . Also , you will learn how to add an amazing old effect and balance the colors . It’s very simple and easy photo editing tutorial for designer and photographer .
This tutorial is a mash up of both, inspired by its creative users using stock photos! Learn how to add flair to one of your favorite quotes with this fun GIF animation!
In this video I show how to take a an old photograph and repair it, colorize it, and apply the oil paint filter to it. To add some excitement to the video, I came up with the idea of doing the tutorial in rap style. This ended up giving the video some unexpected energy and pace.
In this tutorial, we’ll teach you how to apply multiple layer duplication, transforming and warping of objects. It’s basically re-using whatever we have in order to create a solid looking phoenix coupled with flame and light ray effects.
In this tutorial, I will show you the steps I took to create this "Leafy Face" manipulation in Photoshop. We will go through techniques such as layer blending, layer masks, filter effects, and the use of adjustment layers. Have a try!
Learn how to turn a rough sketch into an image approximating photo realism. This tutorial mainly details use of the polygonal lasso tool, the warp tool, some basic filters, the burn and dodge tool, the eraser tool and some copying and pasting. All source images are provided. Time: 2-3hrs Skill level: basic
In retouching you see this quite frequently, whether you’re using seamless paper, vinyl, a fabric hanging or a purpose built infinity cove, it’s going to get dirty. You have a couple of options, one is to check out some reviews on Amazon for handheld vacuum cleaners and have your assistant scoot around with it between shots. The other more sensible option, which we’ll cover here, is to solve it in post, in this case using Adobe Photoshop.
This video will teach you how to use vector shapes and Smart Objects to create an eye-catching, curved shadow to give your designs more depth.
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.
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