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Adding Reflections To Sunglasses
Under Photo Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
In this Adobe Photoshop tutorial, we’re going learn how to add reflections, or at least, different reflections, to sunglasses. The black filled selection area and the original photo are completely separate from each other.
When you are stuck on how to turn your image into something impressive, lighting and shining effect are good choices to think of. These effects are straight forward and simple. As long as you follow the guideline, you can add on the effects easily.
In this Adobe Photoshop tutorial, you will learn how to take a photo and make it look like an oil painting, which is a popular and fun thing to do with Photoshop. At the final, “Instant Photo To Oil Painting” effect is now complete, which means Photoshop to stop recording the action.
This tutorial is going to teach you the process of making intriguing light effects and applying them in your work. This is more a process description of making this illustration, than a detailed step by step how to. I’ll give you some good guidance on how to deal with an illustration like this and cover the overall workflow.
Photoshop is very often the tool of choice for photo retouching, but over time it has become a widely used tool in other professional fields such as illustration, conceptual art, graphic design, web design. Therefore, it is a multi-use program that can help a lot to develop our creative work.
Here’s a little Photoshop guide to mimic the 300 style. The effects could also be applied to video in After Effects with a similar setup. Obviously there was a lot more in the compositing of each scene in 300, but I think this presents the basic elements. You can see the layering in an actual 300 shot on this page of the VFX article in this tutorial.
Different natural scenes require sort of techniques to be applied on your image. If you would like to try the sunset scene, here the tutorial will explain you how to adjust the light and color to match with the sunset environment.