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Design a Cyber Environment in Photoshop
Under Photo Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
Lots of films may be applied with cyber concept. You may wonder how to make your own cyber environment. The concept may be complicate, but you can create it based on a general interior design using simple Photoshop techniques.
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.
This is a photos combination tutorial about a castle and natural scene of river. Firstly, you have to prepare two photos to start up. After combination these two pictures, Fog, lightning other color adjustments will be added in order to make it mysterious.
Photo Manipulation in Photoshop allows you to create whatever scenery you want. Sometimes, you may want to create a special scenery for yourself. The scene – “a man facing a planet” is a great idea to stand out yourself.
Have you ever tried to use combination effect to create a legend scenery? Here is a such good example to create a princess to stand in her castle. To mix several pictures into a single one, it is mainly related to color and lighting combination techniques.
In this Photoshop tutorial, you will learn the processes of creating an imaginary scene for a lady photo manipulation, by using smart filters, stock blending. The tutorial will show you how to mix stock, create lights, change weather on image, draw hair, eyes, make up and skin, and how to get depth of field on your manipulation.
The dispersion effect is relatively straight forward in Photoshop CC but can be tricky to get right. The basic idea is to separate the subject from the background and then create a copy of the subject layer. One of the subject layers is then morphed using the Liquify tool to nearly fill the entire frame.