Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
In this tutorial, it will show you the process of creating this photo manipulation by adding grungy effects into an image in Adobe Photoshop CS5. Layered PSD file included.
Visually, it is a gray icon. But you are wrong if you think so.
In this tutorial, we will introduce how to make a striking movie poster with PS.
Mini cooper tutorial has been carried out in Adobe Photoshop CS5. To acheive the best results, you will need to be deeply familiar with the Pen Tool and simple drawing techniques used in Photoshop.
Create this magical twilight landscape with floating islands, a old sailboat, and a surreal moon background. This tutorial will teach you how to mix stock photos, apply filters to create a twilight scene, and even some matte painting basics!
Smoky Water scene tutorial in Photoshop: In this Photoshop tutorial, we will learn how to manipulate a simple photo to create a different scene.Like Smoky Water scene. we will show you how to take the simplest image and create something eye-catching and professional. This tutorial shows you how to merge images together.
Today we will create a really cool conceptual headdress using stock photos, Photoshop and our imagination. The idea hit me when I saw a picture of a native American while browsing around some pictures. So I thought it would be interesting to make one with a totally different twist, with bone and metal.
Pretty useful trick in Adobe Photoshop, where we will change the setting for showing dimensions in pixels instead of centimetres while making selections.
We are going to apply a bunch of Photoshop effects and use a few tricks to turn a photograph of lovely Scarlett into a pencil drawing. It's a bite longer tutorial just be sure to follow it closely and you'll be fine.
A so called mirror cloning technique is a great way to fix or alter a photo where a traditional cloning technique simply doesn't cut it. Have fun!
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