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How to Colourise an Old Photograph in Adobe Photoshop
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Colourising a black-and-white image can seem like a real challenge, but although it takes time and patience, it’s probably easier than you think. In this tutorial, it will show you how to colourise a sepia photo to create a coloured image in Adobe Photoshop. Okay, let’s get started!
In this tutorial, you will experience how to create a futuristic looking photo manipulation using some special tools, such as the Background Eraser Tool and how to blend pictures properly using Match Color Adjustments and Lighting Effects.
You may find it boring to just take a picture. To improve your picture quality and turn it into special way, you can consider to add some photoshop effects. In tuis tutorial, you can try to transform your photo into art. You can apply the skills in way you like.
Recently I began experimenting with a quick technique for creating a watercolor style portrait with some of the brushes that we’ve created here. After some trial and error I’ve come up with a 3 step process that ends in a nice effect that works on just about any portrait.
You can use Photoshop to do a lot of art works inclulding photo manipulation. Using this, you can do something extraordinary and bring the legend into life. And this tutorial, it is going to show you how to create a piece of Heaven in Photoshop.
You may want to have a new change for your image background. This tutorial will show you how to change the background for the image. You can use the same idea to change whatever background you like. Using photo manipulation, you can merge them together easily.
In this tutorial, it is going to share some techniques on how to create glows and lighting effects for a lady poster in Adobe Photoshop CS5. Some of the key techniques we will be using include adjustment layers, blending modes etc.
In this tutorial, it is going to show you the HDR techniques but, rather than having to shoot the subject with a tripod to get numerous exposures, we will alter the exposure on a single RAW file to get the desired result.