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Create a Realistic War Scene in Sky
Under Photo Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
Simple photo combination effect can be applied to make lots of interesting things. To stick few planes on sky, it will look like a real war scene plus some photo coloring and editions. Using the same idea, it can create various of funny and interesting scenes.
In this tutorial we’re going to go a bit retro. You’ll learn how to create halftone patterns and creatively cut up an image of a model holding a boombox. The effects are fun and you can apply these methods to other designs as well. In this case we used a speaker. Try cutting out other parts of your next design to mix and match with various effects.
There are various ways to design a nice personal poster. To design a professional one, you need to define which style to be suitable to your poster first. For example, if you would like to design a rock and roll style, you can develop your poster to look like this tutorial.
In this tutorial, itshows you how to make a splash, blending two very different images to create this amazing underwater effect, complete with a dissolving figure of a man. At the end, the last adjustment is to draw focus to the centre by blurring the edges a little.
Long time ago, lots of admire natural sceneries really needs photographers to capture. With photo manipulation software, it allows you to form different combinations with different timing background such as day, night or sunset.
This tutorial will show to create an aquatic scene about a fisherman catching a big shark. There will be some blood and some underwater seamless blending.The techniques used here are simple so let’s get started. What you will be creating You will create an aquatic scene.
Here will show you how to apply layer duplications, blending mode, transforming and creating of objects that will give a plain looking image that extra edge by adding multicolored effects. You can use the techniques to apply your own color effect to your image.
Here’s a little Photoshop guide to mimic the 300 style. The effects could also be applied to video in After Effects with a similar setup. Obviously there was a lot more in the compositing of each scene in 300, but I think this presents the basic elements. You can see the layering in an actual 300 shot on this page of the VFX article in this tutorial.