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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.
Different natural scenes require sort of techniques to be applied on your image. If you would like to try the sunset scene, here the tutorial will explain you how to adjust the light and color to match with the sunset environment.
It is always difficult to transform the weather or swap the day and night scene in the picture. As you need to substantially change a lot of light or carry out the simulation for your background in order to make it to be realistic. Here will show you some tricks to work on.
If you fed up of color painting, you can have a try on this ink effect for your painting works. This is mainly done through color adjustment such as curves, level adjustments etc. Using a suitable paper for texture, a nice ink portrait can be done.
This tutorial is going to show you how to transfer a normal image into a statue. You can apply these techniques into any image you like including car, animal and so on. The techniques are not complicate and easy to learn.
There are various ways you can turn a your image into an beautiful angel such as improving your skins. Apart from that, you can apply your imagination into your photo like adding a pair of wings and design a nice background.
In this tutorial, it is going to show you how to make a nice movie poster called “New Dawn”. Not many special techniques are required. Since it is not presented in English, you can try to follow the screen shots. It is not too difficult to follow and understand.
There are various method to beautify your image, the most direct one is to add some lightings and simple shapes to make it full of contents. It is very important to choose right lighting style and objects to match with. Here is a nice simple for your reference.