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Create an Elegant Lighting Effect Using Photoshop
Under Photo Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
In this tutorial, it is going to show you how to create a realistic IES (photometric) lighting effect. We are going to use Photoshop CS4 as well as some free plugins and software. You can always apply the same idea to your image and other objects you like.
Most web designers just particular use some of the great things that Photoshop can do. It’s easy to get stuck in your ways but instead you should be looking to further improve your skills and learn new techniques to improve your web design work, work flow and productivity.
A normal children reading scenery can be turned into an imaginative photo. Lots of cartoon scenery like Harry Porter always make their magic or monster out of the book. You can use the same idea to apply to your photo like this tutorial.
In this tutorial you will learn, how to make this mysterious door scene using photo manipulation. Here will show you basics of Photoshop, like making night or create lights and shadows. You can read extra tips about photo manipulations and you will learn, how to make living tattoo! You will be making better photo manipulations and works in the future, by reading this.
This tutorial will show you how to “sculpt” a snow griffin quickly using colors and mainly a single textured brush. All the shading and coloring will be reduced to very few steps. You can use it to paint a concept art, or to create a base for more refined illustration.
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.
When you come up with a great idea, you would like to change particular object into something extraordinary. Photoshop is a good tool for you to consider. This transformation tutorial looks complicate, but it is not. Most of steps are done in blend mode.
In this tutorial, it shows you quick and easy techniques ranging from the Warp tool to clipping masks and adjustment layers to create a stunning final image. While the techniques seem simple at first glance they offer many opportunities: you can use them to create a sense of movement in your composition.
When you would like to add some new effects for your image, you can have a go on this glass blasting effect. This is mainly done by adding the texture layer and change it like broken glass. After the colour adjustment, your image is like to be isolated by a layer of glass.