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Adding a Fantastically Shining Effect on a Scene
Under Photo Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
Every natural scene can be created such as shining, raining and moonlight. Traditionally, you may need to wait and capture these scenes outdoor in a right timing. Using Photoshop effect, you can make a ever better result for your image.
There are many ways to turn your photo to be more attractive such as lighting effect. The effects are usually done in blend mode settings. However, if you would like to do something different, you can have a try to add the fabulous strip on your photo like this tutorial.
In reality, it is not easy to capture a wonderful natural scene. You need to have lots of different elements to assist such as good weather and timing. When you lack of some elements for your expected scene, you can use Photoshop to apply what you want into the picture.
In this tutorial we are going to create a sort of “oldy-worldy” composition featuring a compass. As always there is a PSD file at the bottom of the tutorial, in this instance, downloading it as this is quite a complex composition is highly recommended. Finally we put the compass + background + banner together to form the final image!
To create something outstanding, you have to use different sort of skill and effect. For example, night scene is not necessary to be deep blue or black. Sometimes, if you use other color such as green like this tutorial, it could achieve a very different and nice result.
This tutorial is going to show you how to do a photo combination. It is very difficult to perfectly combine 2 or more photos due to their background, color or object unlikely to match each other. Combination skills are therefore, essential for this. Just have a go for this tutorial to create a good photo for yourself!
In this tutorial, it shows you quick and easy techniques ranging from the Warp tool to clipping masks and adjustment layers to create a stunning final image. While the techniques seem simple at first glance they offer many opportunities: you can use them to create a sense of movement in your composition.