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Create a Dream World in Reality
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To design your dream world, you have to prepare different pictures and know how to use combination effect properly. It is very common to do this, since the techniques are not difficult.
Anything can inspire yourself to create a nice background as long as you pay attention to the things around you. This idea is to mix the fruit with a little bit of your design, then it forms a nicely imaginative background.
In this tutorial, it will show you the steps to design a stone dragon in Photoshop. This is a good example to show you a few simple methods to blending objects together in Photoshop, and edit them with various image adjustment tools.
In this tutorial, it takes you through the post-production steps of an architecture rendering in Photoshop. The featured techniques focus on marrying a CG building constructed in Modo and rendered using Rhino into a base photo, as well as building up an atmosphere around the structure that supports the aim of the design.
In this tutorial we’ll put together a poster where there is a main photograph and a lot of text using the old-collage feel. This tutorial is not so much about technique as it is about layout and composition. In this case it would have been difficult to make the poster work just by using the photo as a background, I had all of three hours to do the entire job (charity work!), and still wanted it to look nice.
Many of you would like to have a dramatic night scene for your picture. It is difficult to capture such nice scene out door. In this connection, this tutorial will teach you to create a romantic night scene for your picture.
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.
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.