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How to Create a Blacklight Effect in Photoshop
Under Photo Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
It is an ultraviolent light that ignites florescent shades and hues with a vibrant glowing energy by just a flip of a switch. In 8 SIMPLE STEPS, I’ll will show you how to get the mind blowing effects of the black light amongst potential photos that have florescent hues.
If you fed up of color painting, you can have a try on this ink effect for your painting works. This is mainly done through color adjustment such as curves, level adjustments etc. Using a suitable paper for texture, a nice ink portrait can be done.
You may scratch your head to design a nice background for a plain object. If the background is too colorful or charm, then your reader would move the focus on the background. Here will show you an example to design a soft background to match with the plain object.
You may want to use your image to create posters. To create a fantastic one, you really need to have a reference to different professional posters. Here will show you how to pick a relevant objects plus using photoshop settings to adjust the color and lighting.
In this tutorial it will create a realistic water reflection effect. You should be able to replicate this effect on other pictures using the techniques presented here. The detailed explanations at each step should make it easy for beginners to catch on.
Recently I was searching for a way to shape flames and change the direction of fire in a Photoshop composition. After a little experimentation, I discovered that Photoshop’s Liquify Filter handles the task brilliantly.