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Apply a Wonderful Hexagon Effect to your Picture
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If you find your picture is too boring and monotony, you can apply some simple and direct effect to your picture. The effect could substantially change your picture’s style to a fashion way.
Lots of nice effect are very straight forward and simple. Not much technical skills are required. This spreading effect is not the exception. You can learn this funny effect within 15 minutes. Most of the things are the settings in the blend mode.
How to stand out your product? The easiest way is to turn it into something unusual to attract your audiences. It is a good idea to use the liquid spilling effect as it can be applied to many products such as your clothes or cars.
To create a style poster, you can have a try to apply this text art to form your poster. In this tutorial, it will turn a typical portrait image to a fantastic typographic design using Adobe Photoshop. It will be creating typographic brushes to be applied to the poster’s portrait for a more creative and customized typographic effect.
To turn your image to be professional, it does not require a sophisticated techniques to do. Simple Photoshop settings could improve your photos significantly like this tutorial.
This tutorial is going to teach you how to combine photos and add special effects to turn a normal photograph into a stunning artwork. You will also learn several tricks to reduce your Photoshop document file size and number of layers and layer styles.
The “Polar Panorama Effect” is a photoshop technique which is eligible to turn the image into unique pieces of art. It takes a panoramic photo and uses the Polar Coordinates filter of Photoshop or The Gimp to create a circular image that seems to wrap the panorama around a planet.
I will explain the basic steps and techniques I used… but I will be specific in some areas. This tutorial assumes you have basic knowledge of photoshop – how to use layers, layer masks, filters, and the tools in the tool panel.