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Develop an Imaginative Sky City
Under Photo Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
To build something extraordinary, you need to be imaginative. Sometimes, you can also copy the idea from cartoon to develop a city in the sky.
To transform a normal picture into something extraordinary, I beg you will interest in how to transform your photo into beautiful art. Most of the steps are done in the photoshop settings, therefore, you just need to follow the tutorial guideline in order to complete this.
To make something memorable, it is necessary to apply some traditional effect for your image. Not many designers would like to create such effect, so there are not many tutorials available on the internet. Here is a good one for your reference using the first spaceman as a topic.
This tutorial will show to create an aquatic scene about a fisherman catching a big shark. There will be some blood and some underwater seamless blending.The techniques used here are simple so let’s get started. What you will be creating You will create an aquatic scene.
Using Photoshop, you can create whatever scenes you want. Some typical scenes such as castle on the coast are commons in some countries, but if you would like to take a shot, it requires a lot of works to do. Using photo manipulation, you can overcome this.
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.
This tutorial will teach you how to create an elegant lady photo using photo manipulation in a few simple, clear, straight forward steps. You will master blending various images together, applying adjustment layers, working with masks, brushes, light effects and much more.
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.