Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
Photoshop CC 2014 tutorial showing how to carve monumental-sized text and graphics onto the side of an ancient, Egyptian pyramid.
You will learn how to easily remove spots from the skin and smooth the skin so that you can achieve a magazine cover style look. There are many different approaches on how to achieve good, smooth skin result. This is an really easy and fast way to achieve an outstanding result.
I will show you how you can easily remove the background of an image and replace it with a new one using layer masks in Adobe Photoshop. You will see the difference between using the Erase or Selection Tool and the use of the Layer Mask tool. This shows you how to draw out parts of an image without permanently losing them. The Layer Mask will let you bring the removed parts of the image back at anytime by simply using the right brush.
In this tutorial video we will show you how to manipulate light, fire, and flames in Adobe Photoshop. Being able to manipulate flames and fire in Photoshop can definitely come in handy to enhance our images and create photographs that stand out, and are closer to what the original scene looked like.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to turn teeth into sharp fangs using Adobe Photoshop.
This tutorial will teach you how make skin smoother, and how to make charming eyes. By simply adjustment layers you will make better colors.
In this Photoshop CC video tutorial I will show you how to take a image of a Vintage French Postcard which is quite small and low-resolution and repair and restore it, as well as up-size it to approximately 4 by 6 inches and 300 pixels per inch.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to black out eyes in photos using Adobe Photoshop.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to create and shape eyebrows in Adobe Photoshop.
In this photoshop tutorial, you will learn how to remove bags and blemishes using the Patch Tool.
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