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Beautify and Retouch a Lady Image in Photoshop
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It is difficult to take a perfect photo, so you may need to use Photoshop to beautify and retouch your photos after. Here will show you to use Photoshop brushes to remove your unfavorable part of your image and apply suitable light and color settings after.
You may watch lots of preying scene in geographic programme but simple natural preying scenes are difficult to capture. It usually happen in few seconds and disappear. Using photo combination effects, you can mix few photos together and form a nice preying photo.
This task we’ll learn how to correct the photos’ colors, change the eyes color, work with the layers, applying ready brushes and designs, create your own design and to picture the stars. Add the same way in some places several stars’ accumulations. And come to the final.
In this tutorial, it shows how he got stuck into creating one of his stylish images, starting from a basic model shot. It shares his tips on tricky cut-outs, seamless compositing, and blending of vector images so that they complement, rather than clash with, your composition.
This tutorial is going to show you to create a mysterious hollow scene. You may wonder how to create the movie or poster with such extraordinary scenes. This is not difficult, as long as you pick the right images or photos to start to. At the end, you just need to add some techniques to make it to be more realistic.
Holloween is coming. Some of you may want to change your image into a zombie. Turning yourself into a zombie, you need to prepare an image of a dead animal. Then you can cut and paste the damage meat into your image face or body plus some color adjustment to finalize it.
This tutorial will show you to turn your image to be engraved. The cross hatched lines that go from thick to thin to make up the shadows and highlights. It is a very distinctive style that has a vintage appeal.
Recently I began experimenting with a quick technique for creating a watercolor style portrait with some of the brushes that we’ve created here. After some trial and error I’ve come up with a 3 step process that ends in a nice effect that works on just about any portrait.