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Dispersion Effect for your Image in Photoshop
Under Photo Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
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.
This tutorial will show you how to create an atmospheric lady standing in a snow scene. It will teach you all kinds of practical techniques including combining multiple photos to create a custom backdrop and adding custom lighting effects etc.
To turn your image to be special, fading effect plus some sketching can be applied to your image. In fact, there are many fading effects such as turning it into smokes or liquid. In this tutorial, a nice result is formed using sketch plus mixing with colour fading effect.
Apart from main objects, background is the second important element for your artwork. You can use it to interpret your object. For example, to present this lady to be desperate, it uses the bad weather to form the background.
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.
The “Polar Panorama Effect” is a photoshop technique which is eligible to turn the image into unique pieces of art. It takes a panoramic photo and uses the Polar Coordinates filter of Photoshop or The Gimp to create a circular image that seems to wrap the panorama around a planet.