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Adding a Realistic Fire Effect on Natural Scenery
Under Photo Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
If you are a photo lover, you may want to create some kind of natural effect on your photos. However, there would be limitation such as, you cannot burn something in order to create fire effect for your photo capturing but it can be done by Photoshop effect.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to make this awesome combination surreal photo manipulation. You need to prepare few photos first, then you can start your combination. And then, you can use the photo effect techniques to tune the color in order to mix up different photo colors and their backgrounds. You can use your imagination to make one with same technique.
Anything can be a surprise artwork. It depends on what you choose and what would like the stuff to be designed to be. This super imaginative artwork is originated from a pretty woman’s photo. After the photo effects, it becomes a piece of artwork.
Simple photo manipulating skills allow you to make incredible scene. In this tutorial, a flying cow is simply made from few images. You can use the same idea to break up the image and reform the photos to form a nice artwork.
You will start from creating gloomy background for this dark magician, then you will play with colors and you will know, how to control particles. Read this tutorial and learn how to create better photo manipulations. You’ll need Photoshop CS5 or newer to follow this tutorial.
Photoshop is useful to manipulate photos that you wish to get. But there are many techniques. In this photoshop tutorial, learners will learn the steps to create a lady trapped in spider web surreal scene since unknown characters trapped in spider is one of the classic photoshop manipulations!
In this tutorial, it will show you how to correct key issues those photographing artificially low-lit indoor events – such as stage shows, theatre productions and awards ceremonies – will come across during their shoots. These include underexposure, colour spills, distracting backgrounds and noise from shooting at high ISO.