Apr 07, 2011 — 7 comments
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to combine layer masks with custom brushes and adjustment layers to create eye catching poster mixed with displacement effect, using simple but effective techniques in Adobe Photoshop CS5. Layered PSD file included. Let’s get started!
Lomography is a cool style of photography but if you follow this technique you can create similar looking shots with your digital camera.
How to Design a Dramatic Winged Dragon with Photoshop
Photoshop CS6 Extended tutorial showing how to cast realistic shadows from any object including those with irregular bases.
In this tutorial you are going to learn how to turn an image into text . If you notice it , this type of works called Typography ( from the Greek words (typos) means "form" and (graphe) means "writing" ) . So in this tutorial you well get some creative ideas about designing with typography style in Photoshop . And don't worry , the tutorial is very simple and intelligible even for beginners .
In this Photoshop tutorial, I will show you the process of creating this Artistic Photo Manipulation with Cracked Face Effect in Photoshop. We will practice a number of layer masking techniques and image adjustment tricks along the way, as well as applying some interesting filter effect to our image.
A stock image gets a vibrant makeover courtesy of Mart Biemans and some clever use of Photoshop’s Ellipse tool
Kyle DeTella makes heavy use of Photoshop’s Warp and Burn tools to create a fantastic abstract composition.
Grain, which is often refer to as noise in modern digital photography, is reminiscent of the film days of photography. While most photographer focus on creating images that are technically perfect and with as little noise as possible, adding some subtle noise to an image can help it stand out and look less sterile.
HDR is one of the hottest trends in photography. Learn how to shoot, merge, and tone-map photos to extend the dynamic range and produce those painted-looking results so in demand right now.
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