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Awesome Photoshop Techniques – Cutting Out Hair
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This tutorial will show you a proper technique to cut out an image’s hair. In fact, lots of people may struggle on trimming out fine hairs. In this example it is going to use the common Channel technique to trim out this lovely lady.
There are thousand ways to beautify a lady image. To stand out the pose or motion of an image, you can apply some kind of lighting effects on the moving parts. The readers can understand the motions of image through this image.
You will learn how to add a range of robotic style effects to a human form, such as creating a jet-pack with realistic lighting effects. You will also learn how to blend many different images together seamlessly to create a cohesive end scene.
Have you ever tried to use combination effect to create a legend scenery? Here is a such good example to create a princess to stand in her castle. To mix several pictures into a single one, it is mainly related to color and lighting combination techniques.
Simple photo combination effect can be applied to make lots of interesting things. To stick few planes on sky, it will look like a real war scene plus some photo coloring and editions. Using the same idea, it can create various of funny and interesting scenes.
In this tutorial, we will be creating a photo montage of a demon destroying a city in photoshop. Firstly, you have to prepare some stock photos including explosion scene & human mainly. Then you can start the combination part and do some nice coloring adjustment.
Few simple scenes can be used to form a nice HDR photo. It is all about photo manipulation. You can simply pick few photos and combine them as one. Following the setting and techniques from this tutorial, you can form your HDR photo.
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.