Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
In this simple photos effect tutorial, we’ll learn how to make a collage of polaroids in Photoshop from just a single photo.
In this tutorial, we will learn how to create a 3D pop-up effect in Photoshop, where the main subjects of your image will appear as if they are popping out of a flat picture. I will be using Adobe Photoshop CS6, but you can use any other recent version too.
Keeping the natural look, making whiten of yellow teeth in photoshop is a challenging task. An step by step tutorial can make this challenging task more easy to give the image the perfect look.
Photoshop CC tutorial showing how to use the Vanishing Point filter to place logos and other images in perspective onto photographs.
Body Sculpting and Breast Augmentation in Photoshop: In this Adobe Photoshop Creative Cloud tutorial you will learn how to use the liquify filter in Photoshop to perform virtual body sculpting and breast augmentation. You can create the perfect body using these steps and the three most common tools in the liquify filter.
Learn how to remove skin imperfection from your images without loosing their quality
Turning a photo taken at broad daylight into a haunting night picture with a moon is easier than you might have thought. All you need is a little patience and a simple to follow step-by-step Photoshop tutorial. Check it out!
Today, we will create a nice wallpaper using stock vectors, images and a bit of imagination. Along, we will also learn some photo retouching techniques, enhancement and changing the lighting source.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to dodge and burn a portrait very quickly, with more than satisfactory results in a controlled manner. This technique involves the usage of the alpha channels, advanced masking, blending modes and clipping masks.
A Photoshop Action file (.atn), is a file that contains a sequence of steps (or actions) that can be applied all at once to a document you are working on with the simple click of one button. Learn how to use these files to quickly apply filters to your images.
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