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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.
This tutorial shows off the techniques for photo manipulation, retouching and editing he brought to bear on the cover. The real creative challenge for Immersion was to achieve an original and natural-looking scenario merged with some hyper-real techniques.
The aim of this tutorial is to create a manipulation photo, with a guy standing above the clouds in the sky watching and considering about an optical illusion. To realize this effect, you need to create a surreal sky scene, blend light effects and create realistic looking lens flare. Good luck and have a try!
If you want to combine two different things into one photo. This tutorial can give you some hints to do that. To do the photo manipulation, you always just need to know few different techniques as mentioned in this tutorial. Hope you will like this.
This is going to show you to create a fisherman hunting scene in Photoshop using photo manipulations. Based on the same techniques, you can create whatever scene you imagine. You will need Photoshop CS3 or newer in order to follow this tutorial.
One of the best sites around for desktops has to be Desktopography. Inspired by their amazing work today we are going to put together a sunset image mixing some vector shapes and dusky lighting effects. And finally we’re all done, Click the image below for the high-res version of our finished product!
In this tutorial, you will learn how to transform a normal countryside picture with a dramatic lightening scene. To complete this, the blend mode and filter functions will be mainly involved. You can also apply the same skill to different environment.
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.