Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
In this tutorial, i will show you the steps I took to create this epic Fantasy Style artwork “Lost in Memory” in Photoshop. I combined the meteor effect, some matte-painting tricks plus lighting effect in this tutorial. Have a try!
Using photoshop to create your own world using photo manipulation and some great photoshop techniques, part 2 will include how to turn this into a web design or advertisement for your portfolio.
With few simple steps your pic can get a special effect like its in a movie scene. We will create a soft, dreamy effect on the face also make it stand out with warm color from the background darkened.
Back in the days of analog photography imperfections were part of the job. Colour washes, light leaks, vignettes and blurs were all common problems that appeared during the processing of your film, particularly from cheap cameras such as the Holga, or simply down to human error. While these problems don’t affect digital cameras, we can recreate the cool effects in Photoshop to give our shots that cool lo-fi retro effect.
In this tutorial Ionut Ciursa will create a dark statue photomanipulation using Photoshop and Cinema 4D. You will learn how to turn a photo of a woman into a statue, how to create tentacles in Cinema 4D and add them to the photomanipulation and many other techniques for adjusting the lights, the textures and the colors of the final image.
Learn how to create a cool flaming skull effect as part of a dark, gothic photo manipulation. You’ll work with image transformations, blending, lighting effects and more!
This tutorial will show how to create a book of magical playground scene. We will be using various advanced Photoshop techniques to make the composition as realistic as possible. Let us check it out now.
In this Photoshop tutorial we will show you how to create nice unique photo effect from sketch and your photo. We will use many tools in Photoshop and also you will need some skills in drawing as to create this effect you will need to draw sketch.
How to create a 3D pop-out using Photoshop.
Illustrator Simon Cook uncovers the hidden gems of London’s iconic St Pancras station in this photographic collage
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