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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.
When you would like to turn your image into something horrified, this Photoshop tutorial really can help. The idea is similar the photo combination like other tutorials. But the photos you prepared should be something horrible, after that, you may just follow the steps to do the color adjustment.
There are various of lighting effects for photo edition. However, you may find very difficult to apply a suitable one to your images. Different lighting effects need to match with different scenarios. Here this one would be perfectly for your photo under dim condition or the color of photo is too monotony.
In this tutorial we’ll put together a poster where there is a main photograph and a lot of text using the old-collage feel. This tutorial is not so much about technique as it is about layout and composition. In this case it would have been difficult to make the poster work just by using the photo as a background, I had all of three hours to do the entire job (charity work!), and still wanted it to look nice.
You will see how to create this powerful human splitting up a car. Most of the lighting manipulation used in this image was done with photoshop layer adjustments and painting via a tablet. All 3D objects were created with the software Cinema 4D.
Sky is a popular background for general objects as it can increase the attractiveness and stand out your object. Here this tutorial will teach you how to apply the lighting effects into the object with sky background. Of course, you can adjust the settings to suit for your own style creation.
In this tutorial, it shows you how to achieve that glossy, detailed fantasy look through careful compositing, and control of layers and blending modes. You’ll extrude type in Illustrator and then composite on textures and other details in Photoshop.