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Fantastic Retouching Effect for Human Faces in Photoshop
Under Photo Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
This tutorial is going to teach you to do some retouching effect to your photos. There are many ways to do that, however, you may spend ages to process this. But this tutorial simply show you the skills to achieve.
In this tutorial you’ll learn how to create an explosion on a city skyscraper. You will learn how to use brushes and the cloud render filter to achieve this battle scene in a city. You can use some other photos to make your own war based on these techniques.
In this tutorial we’ll learn to add some light rays to a photo in Photoshop. No special Photoshop skills are required to create your own cool rays and you’ll be able to create a beautiful forest morning scene featuring light rays shine through trees. Get inspired!
You may come up with plenty of ideas in your head, but you may not know how to carry out. cracking effect is one of excellent effect that may not be easy to do. In this time, the tutorial will show you the skills to merge the texture photo into your image to form this result.
You will be brushing up on your photo manipulation skills, by creating dark magic scene for a lady. This tutorial is packed full of useful techniques, from blending tactics, to digital painting, lighting, layout sketching and much more.
Lots of your pictures may not be perfect. You may want to beautify and improve it. Photo combination techniques can allow you to carry out different photos scenes combination. To do this, lighting and color mixture are the major elements required to be focused on.
In this tutorial, it will demonstrate how to create a crater on the planet. The crater is initiated from drafting, after a series steps and combination of the original picture. Then it can be done! You can create more than one crater by repeating the procedure.
This is an advanced tutorial for Graphic Design Week. This tutorial will demonstrate how to integrate a spot-color metallic ink into your workflow using InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop and Acrobat Professional. Just create a cover for yourself.