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If you find your picture is too boring and monotony, you can apply some simple and direct effect to your picture. The effect could substantially change your picture’s style to a fashion way.
Many of you would like to have a dramatic night scene for your picture. It is difficult to capture such nice scene out door. In this connection, this tutorial will teach you to create a romantic night scene for your picture.
To create your personal movie poster, you can try a few movie poster tutorials first to get started. As there are various approaches to do, you can try to find the good skills which is suitable for your own poster creation.
Follow this tutorial to learn how to create this landscape matte painting! It will show you how to create our own mountain scene by arranging multiple stocks together and blending them correctly using layer masks and adjustment layers. You will also learn effective techniques for adding waterfalls and mist.
Small change can make a big difference to your image. Adding a pair of wing to a pig’s image which can be turned into a funny scene. You just need to prepare few normal photos and using this photo manipulation skills, then a great funny photo can be created.
You can use few simple objects such as train and traffic light to prepare a interesting scenery. You just need to bring them together, plus design some clouds and fogs to make it looking like an extraordinary scenery.
This tutorial will show you to combine some stock photo references in Adobe Photoshop. Throughout this tutorial you’ll learn how to use adjustment layers, masking and brushes, as well as how to manage the color and atmosphere to achieve a beautiful result.
In this tutorial, it will show you the steps of lighting effect in a urban background digitally in Photoshop, with elements such as urban building, grunge brushset and surreal lighting effect.