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How to Create a Natural Landscape Scene
Under Photo Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
This Photoshop tutorial will show you how to add ruined buildings to the peaks of a snowy mountain landscape, add mystical light shafts, and a marching army.
Simple photo manipulation can allow you to form a nice scene so you do not have to be bothered to spend time to arrange real objects to come up together in reality. Instead, you just prepare few photos and mix them together.
If you are a photo lover, you may want to create some kind of natural effect on your photos. However, there would be limitation such as, you cannot burn something in order to create fire effect for your photo capturing but it can be done by Photoshop effect.
This tutorial aims to create a shiny summer text effect with Adobe Photoshop. The point is it will use three layers to achieve a central vanishing point. Welcome to learn this tutorial and use what you’ve learned for your own projects. Enjoy!
In this tutorial, you will be able to learn how to put the additional light source on your picture. To start with, you need to pick a photo and separate the light source from the photo. It will give you a basic concept of color/light adjustment for photos.
Sometimes, it is nice to create a personal brushes to do your art works as your time can be saved. To begin with, a plain white piece of paper will be taken, folded it in fours and left it in my pocket for a few hours. Next you need to scan the paper using the Grayscale setting on my scanner.
Lots of natural scene is not easy to create such as raining or sunny shine. More realistic, more skills are required. The scenery is mainly including rain drop and foggy which are done by Magic Wand Tool and blur effect.
How to turn a human into alien? the easy way to do may be using picture combination method. Prepare a draft of your alien, and then cut and paste a human skin from a picture to formula your alien. Using coloring and lighting effect to make it look like a single scene.