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Create a Natural Scenery for an Image
Under Photo Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
In this tutorial, it will teach how to create a natural scenery photo manipulation. We are going to learn the process of creating depth of field using a few advance tools. We are going to learn how to blend images so seamlessly that it would look like a single image using the Brush tool etc.
How to turn a human into alien? the easy way to do may be using picture combination method. Prepare a draft of your alien, and then cut and paste a human skin from a picture to formula your alien. Using coloring and lighting effect to make it look like a single scene.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to create some custom brushes based on scans of different types, and then you will instantly put them to use to come up with a wild finished result. You will see how simple custom brushes can make this water splashing effect.
This tutorial will explain how to make nice castle from a several photos in photoshop. The techniques are not difficult, you just need to follow the steps as mentioned. You can use the same idea to apply for different creation.
To bring yourself to legend, you can use photoshop manipulation to do. You need to prepare something which does not exist in present, so dragon image may be good for your scene. After combining all the images, you need to mix the images into one scene with color adjustment.
You can use many different ways to present your image. To make it special, you may use an art angle to beautify your photo. This tutorial will show you to cut out your face from a photo, then mix it with a dry land plus adding sparks.
Creating a realistic water surface in Photoshop is quite a challenge because it is the distorted reflection of the surroundings that makes the water look liquid. The displace filter is an excellent tool for making this distortion. Now it really looks like water. Notice that the layer mask is also distorted because it is linked to the layer. This causes the reflectivity to change with the angle of the surface.