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Newest Tutorials

Photoshop » Photo Effects — almost 4 years ago
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I know that the PSDFAN community loves photo manipulation. However, I recognise that it can be a tricky skill to learn. Today’s tutorial breaks down some key photo manipulation techniques, such as blending, colouring, texture/brush application and many more! You’ll learn how to create a lovely surreal image that’s sure to impressive your friends. It’s time to get icy and take your photo manip skills up a notch!
Photoshop » Photo Effects — almost 4 years ago
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In today’s video lesson I show you the ‘edging technique’ which is a quick, but very effective way to improve the blending of multiple images in your Photoshop work.
Photoshop » Photo Effects — almost 4 years ago
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Photo manipulation is at the very core of digital art. It teaches us about composition, blending, complex workflows and many other aspects of being a top designer. Today’s design lesson will teach you how to photo manipulate a fantasy flaming warrior using a range of professional techniques. You’ll learn how to composite several images into a single cohesive scene. You’ll learn how to blend effectively, apply surface textures and lighting and much more.
Photoshop » Photo Effects — almost 4 years ago
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Floating landscapes always make for fun Photoshop work. However, often with floating landscape compositions, the floating landscape is the extent of the image, and it lacks any real story. Over at our members community, members are buzzing with ideas and inspiration. We teach people that it’s more important to develop creative direction than it is to master every complex tool in Photoshop. The crucial thing is for your images to tell a story, and to mean something to the viewer.
Photoshop » Photo Effects — about 4 years ago
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In today’s tutorial you’ll learn how to create a dark, ominous scene featuring a fantasy devil woman. This is a fairly advanced tutorial with lots of details, but I’ve broken down the entire process for you so that you can follow along.
Photoshop » Photo Effects — about 4 years ago
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In today’s Photoshop tutorial you’ll learn how to convert your regular photos into an authentic pop art outcome. The tutorial is accompanied by a fantastic halftone vectors pack courtesy of Go Media. You’ll use these halftone vectors as well as some great design theory to create a believable pop art outcome.
Photoshop » Photo Effects — about 4 years ago
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We’ll be looking at how to create an old worn looking horror movie poster. This tutorial uses both the “zombies” vector set, as well as the “blood drips” vector set, both taken from this week’s huge vector deal. We’ll be combining these vectors with some old rough paper textures and Halloween style typography to create a frightening movie poster.
Photoshop » Photo Effects — about 4 years ago
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Learn how to convert a personal photo into an authentic pop art outcome. This tutorial uses a range of great techniques that you can put to work on any of your photos.
Photoshop » Photo Effects — about 4 years ago
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With Halloween fast approaching it’s time take our design work to a dark, spooky place. That’s the whole beauty of design isn’t it? The ability to adapt our style of design based on the creative brief, the context or the client. Today we’re going to create a seriously creepy human puppet hybrid using a regular portrait photo of a beautiful model.
Photoshop » Effects — about 4 years ago
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In this tutorial I’ll show you how to convert your regular photos into an authentic vintage outcome. We’ll look at a variety of aging effects, from texture application, to the necessary adjustments you’ll need to age your photos in a realistic way.
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