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Create an Imaginative Flying Castle Scenery
Under Photo Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
Simple photo combination techniques can be applied to create most of imaginative photos such as explosion and firing effects. Using the same idea, making a flying castle is simple and very straight forward.
In this tutorial, it will show you how to correct key issues those photographing artificially low-lit indoor events – such as stage shows, theatre productions and awards ceremonies – will come across during their shoots. These include underexposure, colour spills, distracting backgrounds and noise from shooting at high ISO.
This is going to show you to manipulate a retro photo for a lady. It will go through with you about settings to fill out your canvas with nice random brush and some basics about Blending modes using different stock images.
In this tutorial, it will show you how to create a WW2 Fighter Aircraft. You will learn some indispensable techniques to use for any type of photo-manipulation. To do this, you need to take a photograph of a model plane and editing it to to look like a photograph of a WW2 spitfire which has just been shot down and is on fire.
Here will show you how to turn your image into a fairy and dragonflies flying around her. It will show you, how to make amazing depth of field on your manipulation by simple steps. You will see, how to use different blurs and blending modes on your work.
Photo manipulation is a magic to turn your photo to something extremely different. For example, a dark forest can be turned into a nice and green forest through photo combination effect. It is just to adjust the blending options plus some other simple photoshop skills.
To create an aquatic giant tortoise, you need to manipulate trees, stones, waterfalls and textures to make an island on it. This tutorial will demonstrate how to combine different stock images to create this cohesive and unified scene of an aquatic giant tortoise with lighting effects and the beautiful color of the entire scene.