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Apply Liquefied Effect to Colorful Flowers
Under Photo Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
Normal flowers can be very beautiful and artistic, as long as you apply a little of design on the images. Using simple liquefied effect, it can turn your flowers or any other objects to be in liquid condition which makes your entire image to be special.
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.
You may wonder how to turn an athlete picture to something unusual. You can have a look at this tutorial as a good reference. This tutorial just gives you an idea to draw out the muscle and tendon as a remarkable illustration.
One of the main idea for photo manipulation is to create a nice background for your image. The most difficulty would be mixed different images together like from a single scene. It is all about color and lighting adjustments.
You may wonder how to create a non-gravitation scene like space. The best way is to put the something natural flying on the sky such as tree leaves and stone. If you key the leave or stone directly, it may not look realistically. You have to use some photoshop skills to mix them together.
Begin work creating the landscape and adapt it to the picture. Then, create a mountainside and organize sailing ships. The next step is to add models and entourage (stone and crows). Paying little attention to a heaven. At the end, add adjustment layers and special effects.
The dispersion effect is relatively straight forward in Photoshop CC but can be tricky to get right. The basic idea is to separate the subject from the background and then create a copy of the subject layer. One of the subject layers is then morphed using the Liquify tool to nearly fill the entire frame.
If you’ve ever wanted to shine in the spotlights, try this tutorial. It shows you how to create a silhouette of a person taken from a normal photo, and adding colorful light to it as if the light source is located behind this object.