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Create a Cool Halftone Effect
Under Photo Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
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.
This tutorial will use photoshop and illustrator to create a modern matte effect. It begins with the background texture of blending the landscape, model and deer by using adjustment layers, masking and brush. Then it adds some abstract effects for the model to form the Modern Matte effect by use of Illustrator and images.
Whatever design needs to have nice lighting effect to apply with, then the object background can be specified and focused. Geometric lighting effect could be applied to some scientific object. This tutorial will show you how to shape the light as a triangle.
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.
You may want to create your personal vector art based on a photo. If you haven’t try this kind of creation before, you may find very difficult to start with. In this tutorial, it will show you the simple steps to create your vector art easily and nicely.
Using Photoshop, you can create whatever scenes you want. Some typical scenes such as castle on the coast are commons in some countries, but if you would like to take a shot, it requires a lot of works to do. Using photo manipulation, you can overcome this.
In this tutorial, it will show you how to correct key issues those photographing artificially low-lit indoor events – such as stage shows, theatre productions and awards ceremonies – will come across during their shoots. These include underexposure, colour spills, distracting backgrounds and noise from shooting at high ISO.