Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
A showcase of 12 stunning photo effects photoshop tutorials.
This tutorial will teach you how to easily colorize specific parts of your image, even if the object you want to colorize has multiple tints and shades.
Photoshop CC 2014 tutorial showing how to transform regular face portraits into glamorous, sexy, portraits like the kind you've seen in fashion magazines, posters and record album covers.
This design I saw somewhere a while back and I wanted to create it, the steps are simple but does require patience. So in this Photoshop tutorial you will learn how to create a “Crow of Blades” So get your Photoshop loading and lets have fun. Good Luck.
In this amazing Photoshop tutorial you will be learning how to create this magical design, It’s simple and anyone with beginners level with Photoshop can complete design.
Capturing rain in a photograph can sometimes be tricky. Without the right lighting and camera settings, your photo will still look wet, but you won't see any of the actual rain drops. This tutorial will teach you how to create some realistic rain drops to instantly enhance the mood of any photograph.
The Tyndall scattering, also know as Tyndall effect, is a effect that after a beam of light goes through the gel a bright path can be observed from the vertical direction of the incident light. This effect will be achieved by PS skills in the course.
Photoshop CC 2014 tutorial showing how to create a stunningly beautiful, custom, stained glass window surrounded by individual, clear glass panes.
Today, we’ll learn how to turn a portion of skin into rock/coal in less than 10 steps using adjustment layers, the “Blend If” function and layer mask. This is a very versatile effect that can be used in a number of ways – for book covers or art projects – to create a mysterious, gothic-like feel.
Photoshop CC 2014 tutorial showing how to recreate the look of the Google Play music marketing campaign using your own face. I'll also go over the new CC 2014 feature, "Focus Area", which automatically separates focused from unfocused areas in a photo.
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