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Create a Fantastically Imagative City in Photoshop
Under Photo Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
Imagination is always a substantial factor to turn something boring into something exciting. This tutorial just turn the boring city into a Fantastically Imagative City in Photoshop. We will transform original pictures using Photoshop tools that will help to give the image a more spectacular look.
Photo manipulation is a magic to turn your photo to something extremely different. For example, a dark forest can be turned into a nice and green forest through photo combination effect. It is just to adjust the blending options plus some other simple photoshop skills.
I will explain the basic steps and techniques I used… but I will be specific in some areas. This tutorial assumes you have basic knowledge of photoshop – how to use layers, layer masks, filters, and the tools in the tool panel.
There are many ways to turn your image into something amazing. One of them is to transform the image into regular shape such as circle. Of course, you can choose other shape you like or mix them together to form a nice result.
There are thousands of effects which can apply to the photo. The main purpose is to make it more elegant. And this tutorial, it is going to show you how to adjust your portrait with blue glow effect. The process will involve lots of layer adjustments as well as color tuning skills.
If you want to create a good scenery, a lot of photo combinations are unavoidable. Therefore, good planning for preparing your sources and background design are required. This tutorial will show you how to form a tank and arrange a soldier together.
When you are stuck on how to turn your image into something impressive, lighting and shining effect are good choices to think of. These effects are straight forward and simple. As long as you follow the guideline, you can add on the effects easily.
Recently I was searching for a way to shape flames and change the direction of fire in a Photoshop composition. After a little experimentation, I discovered that Photoshop’s Liquify Filter handles the task brilliantly.