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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.
The techniques in this tutorial will teach you how to subtly use Overlay effects and Selective Color to change the mood of your image. You’ll also learn how to place shapes to aid visual abstract design, how to use brushes to aid movement through the composition, and how to add depth to the foreground.
This tutorial is an example of how a few simple techniques can be used to create a piece of digital artwork using multiple layers, masking, the Brush tool, some basic lighting and one simple noise texture. Using the processes here, you will be able to apply the same techniques to your photomontage and create your own look.
This tutorial will present you to create a awesome lighting effect for a giant elephant. That can give you an idea to add more objects and things into existing photo. When you like to key something in, the main difficulties would be always the lighting and combine the background & additional object.
Lots of simple effects around you can be special. Simple turning your object into transparent that can draw lots of people’s attention. Here the tutorial will show you to turn a hand and mouse into transparent like under X-ray.
To beautify your photo, you can simply add some photo effect to do it. This tutorial will show you the processes to create this unique photo effect with abstract brushes and coloring techniques in Photoshop. We will also go through some interesting layer blending and filter tricks, to achieve the final effect.
In this Photoshop tutorial, we’ll learn how to create the illusion that a single photo is being displayed as a series of vertical panels. It may look complicated, but as we’ll see, it’s actually a very easy effect to create, with most of the steps being simple repetition. Enjoy！