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Design a Proper Flashing Background in Photoshop
Under Photo Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
This tutorial is going to present you to design a proper flashing background in Photoshop. You can apply this as your personal singing poster.
There are a plethora of ways to treat a portrait for a myriad of uses, but that is for another feature. Let’s tackle adding drama or a cinematic quality to a regular, humdrum portrait.
When you would like to improve your picture overall effect, the first thing to do is to improve the background. Here will show you some skills to apply the mixture effect (such as smoking and shining effects) into the photo.
Simple photo manipulation can allow you to produce any background scene for your image. You just need to prepare few images and play around the layers and add the light effect. You can use the idea for any other scenery production you like.
In this Photoshop tutorial, it will show you the methods to create unique abstract photo manipulation by mixing rock and city stock images in Photoshop. It will be used 3 objects: human, rock and city into one manipulation and form a unique looking digital art.
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.
To turn your image into a nice artwork, you can just apply a simple splashing effect. You can add the paint to whatever you like without regular pattern. Then, your image will have a great style like a proper designing artwork.
Creating a realistic water surface in Photoshop is quite a challenge because it is the distorted reflection of the surroundings that makes the water look liquid. The displace filter is an excellent tool for making this distortion. Now it really looks like water. Notice that the layer mask is also distorted because it is linked to the layer. This causes the reflectivity to change with the angle of the surface.