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Design a Natural Combination Image for a Lady
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Different images combination require different method to combine. There are thousands of image combination on the internet, however, it is not easy to find a easy and straight forward one. Here this one will give you some ideas on the image combination.
In this Photoshop tutorial, it will show you how to create an Old Fashion Traveling Diary in Photoshop. We will mix brushes with stock photos and blend modes to achieve the effect.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to create an amazing futuristic photo manipulation and you will learn how to turn a simple portrait into an amazing robot . You will create something new in this genre and learn many useful techniques.
This is going to show you how to create this super electrified human shooting lightning from his hands. In this tutorial you will learn various blending and lightning techniques. You can also apply this effect to make your image to be extra ordinary.
To turn a human into a something extraordinary, liquid effect would be a great effect to think of. This tutorial is going to show you how to turn your image into liquefied status like a super hero. Of course, you can apply into whatever object you like.
In this tutorial, you will learn the idea of combination for different images. It is really a good tutorial. As the author did not use any complex tricks or skills to make this, but selection of a few of great images to make this composition.
How to design a proper war scenery? explosion, soldiers or bomb would be common elements to be used. Great and realistic explosion would be the key element when you carry out the combination of different pictures for your war scene.
This tutorial will give you an idea to turn the normal photos into decent HDR Image. The skill can be widely applied to your photo. No special photoshop technique is required. Most steps are done in blending mode settings.