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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.
In this tutorial, it will reveal you how to edit a photo and make it into a high quality photo. To begin with, you need to remove unwanted object from the photo. Then the object will be edited to become more grant and elegant by adding the color on the fore part of the face.
In this tutorial, we will make a scene with flaming bombs pouring from the sky. This tut is made to show some down and dirty Photoshop techniques that beginners can quickly pick up. It also includes some relatively advanced techniques to help budding designers enhance their workflow.
You may find to be very difficult to create the natural scene especially the snowing scene as the environment would contain lots of different elements you need to change. This tutorial will take you through the steps and describe you how to work on this scene creation.
As long as you have your own idea, most of the effects can be done by Photoshop. In this time, the tutorial will present you to transform the general pictures into comic art scene. Except the comic art, you may think of other effects to be created based on these skills.
Here is a great way to create manipulate a destroyed city with a lady character. This tutorial will show you how to composite your own scene with multiple photos and retouch characters by adding hair extensions and more.
This tutorial will explain how to create stunning “Iron Man” fan art in Photoshop using digital painting techniques. It will begin as a sketch and then build up the artwork to create realistic metallic objects. It will give you some ideas about creating a nice, smooth metallic surface with Photoshop brushes!