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Create a Great Universe Scene in Photoshop
Under Photo Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
To create an universe scene, planets and sun are the essential elements. Usually, the designers would create some nice lightings to beautify the objects.
In this tutorial it will show you how to make a nice natural landscape . You will learn how to combine different stocks together and blend them correctly to make a cohesive scene. You’ll also learn how to create lighting effect, work with group and more.
Sometimes, when you find some nice sceneries, and you would like them to be arranged happening in the same time. This tutorial is such a good combination example to show a man holding a gun and a broken glass. It seems like two different scenes happening together.
In this tutorial, it is going to show you how to simply create a vintage poster using different brushes, blend mode, adjustment layers and some very simple filters in Photoshop. This skill can be applied to different kind of poster and design.
Small change can make a big difference to your image. Adding a pair of wing to a pig’s image which can be turned into a funny scene. You just need to prepare few normal photos and using this photo manipulation skills, then a great funny photo can be created.
Photoshop is useful to manipulate photos that you wish to get. But there are many techniques. In this photoshop tutorial, learners will learn the steps to create a lady trapped in spider web surreal scene since unknown characters trapped in spider is one of the classic photoshop manipulations!
If you are a photo lover, you may want to create some kind of natural effect on your photos. However, there would be limitation such as, you cannot burn something in order to create fire effect for your photo capturing but it can be done by Photoshop effect.
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.