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Create a Great War Scenery

Under Photo Effect, Photoshop Tutorial


- Photoshop is recommended for this tutorial -

A great war scene is not necessary to be captured with real explosions and machinery. These effects can be done by combining other sceneries together to form your imaginative scene.

 

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Create an Elegant Island and Sky Scene in Photoshop

Create an Elegant Island and Sky Scene in Photoshop

In this tutorial, this will show you the processes involved in creating this beautiful, fantasy-styled surreal ancient ruin and elegant island and sky scene in Photoshop.

Photoshop to Create a Fantasy Forest Scene

Photoshop to Create a Fantasy Forest Scene

In this tutorial, it is going to show you my process for utilizing the HDR Toning feature of Photoshop CS5 in combination with a few lighting effects to create a fantasy forest scene.

Create a Fabulous Planet Surface

Create a Fabulous Planet Surface

Sometimes, you may need to create a planet or moon as a background of your design. Except using images from internet, you can design one easily using some kinds of texture plus a little bit of color and lighting adjustment.

Photoshop for Kids: I’m Stuck!

Photoshop for Kids: I’m Stuck!

This post is part of a series called Adobe Photoshop for Kids!. And this tutorial is designed to be a team effort between a parent and a child. It’s a lot of fun and uses a clever camera angle along with some Photoshop techniques to accomplish the final effect. Enjoy!

Manipulating a Ship Falling on a Waterfall Scene

Manipulating a Ship Falling on a Waterfall Scene

Few different scenes can be merged together to result something as you like. In this tutorial, photos such as ship and waterfall have been selected and manipulated into a single scene. After adjustment of lighting and color, a nice ship falling scene have been created.

Simply Manipulating a Romantic Night Scene

Simply Manipulating a Romantic Night Scene

In this tutorial you will learn how to create an emotional photo manipulation using advanced blending techniques, adjustments and filters. For some settings you need CS6 which is the newest Photoshop version.

Design a Liquefied Traditional Car

Design a Liquefied Traditional Car

To specified and beautify your car, except changing the car color or adding some shining effect, you can add some special effects such as liquefy it with simple background.

Shattering Photo Manipulation in Photoshop

Shattering Photo Manipulation in Photoshop

In this tutorial you will learn how to create a shattered effect in Photoshop.


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