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Apply a Fantastic Lighting and Coloring Effect on Images
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After a simple edition, a normal image can be turned into a fantastic scenery. You can prepare an image as a start, and then cut it out and apply the lighting plus coloring effect after, to form this nice result.
To prepare a movie quality’s flyer, it really takes lots of preparations such as lots of different photos. Then you can arrange how movie scene to be. Once the background is fixed, then you can arrange whoever to be the main character in your flyer.
In this tutorial, itshows you how to make a splash, blending two very different images to create this amazing underwater effect, complete with a dissolving figure of a man. At the end, the last adjustment is to draw focus to the centre by blurring the edges a little.
In this tutorial, it will basically take you through the process of converting a man’s head into a garden. The first part will be showing you how to prepare the image then add a waterfall coming out of his head with a pool at the bottom, as shown on the thumbnail.
In this tutorial we’re going to go a bit retro. You’ll learn how to create halftone patterns and creatively cut up an image of a model holding a boombox. The effects are fun and you can apply these methods to other designs as well. In this case we used a speaker. Try cutting out other parts of your next design to mix and match with various effects.
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 will show you the steps to Create this Manipulation with Tree Bark Texture and Brush Elements. Along the way, you will learn how you can apply layer masks to image adjustment layers to create this water color effect, as well as learning to blend texture and to use various elements to create great abstract effect.