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Create a Fantastic Foggy Scenery on Windows
Under Photo Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
Lots of natural scene is not easy to create such as raining or sunny shine. More realistic, more skills are required. The scenery is mainly including rain drop and foggy which are done by Magic Wand Tool and blur effect.
Lots of people would like to transform their image into artwork. The traditional way is to copy the image directly, but it takes really long time to do and require a high level of skills. This tutorial will show you a fast track to do this using photosohop.
The beauty of this tutorial is that the various source images we’re working with aren’t similar at all, but through some creativity and outside-the-box thinking you’ll learn how to turn a daytime scene into night, and rework a tractor/plastic toy into a believable sci-fi motor cycle.
To turn your image to be special, fading effect plus some sketching can be applied to your image. In fact, there are many fading effects such as turning it into smokes or liquid. In this tutorial, a nice result is formed using sketch plus mixing with colour fading effect.
In this tutorial, it will show you the steps to create this awesome photo manipulation for a beautiful artwork using a lady portrait shot with flower patterns in Photoshop.
Using photo combination effect, you can create even a scientific scenery. Preparing a broken glass photos, object image and dark night city photo, then combine them together and adjust the color afterwards. A nice scene can be formed.
When you would like to add some new effects for your image, you can have a go on this glass blasting effect. This is mainly done by adding the texture layer and change it like broken glass. After the colour adjustment, your image is like to be isolated by a layer of glass.
It is an ultraviolent light that ignites florescent shades and hues with a vibrant glowing energy by just a flip of a switch. In 8 SIMPLE STEPS, I’ll will show you how to get the mind blowing effects of the black light amongst potential photos that have florescent hues.