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Forming a HDR Photo for a Style Street
Under Photo Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
Few simple scenes can be used to form a nice HDR photo. It is all about photo manipulation. You can simply pick few photos and combine them as one. Following the setting and techniques from this tutorial, you can form your HDR photo.
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.
Create an atmospheric mountainous landscape with this Photoshop tutorial! You’ll learn how to create any own mountain scenes by combining several photos together, add a bridge with lanterns, color balance images, dodge & burn, and many other techniques.
Most of drinks poster, water spilling effect would be applied so as to stand out the drinks. A simple way to control the spilling effect is to use photo manipulation plus transform function to control the water spilling direction.
If you find your pictures to be too boring, you can have a try to add some simple lightings and pick a green background for your image. It is very simple and easy to do, it just requires you to have basic photoshop skills.
Most of time, it is difficult to shoot a nice style scene as you need to prepare lots of tools and shoot your scene in special weather with a nice background. Therefore, you can use different pictures and combine them together to form a wonderful photo.
Deciding what is great is not arbitrary. While some opinions will vary norms are arrived at through a common criteria by which something is evaluated. Its good to think about how your audience will view your tutorial when you are creating it.
In this tutorial, it will basically take you through the process of converting a man’s head into a garden. The first part will be showing you how to prepare the image then add a waterfall coming out of his head with a pool at the bottom, as shown on the thumbnail.