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How to Create a Watercolor Portrait in 3 Simple Steps
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Recently I began experimenting with a quick technique for creating a watercolor style portrait with some of the brushes that we’ve created here. After some trial and error I’ve come up with a 3 step process that ends in a nice effect that works on just about any portrait.
To turn your image to be professional, it does not require a sophisticated techniques to do. Simple Photoshop settings could improve your photos significantly like this tutorial.
Sometimes, you may want to transform your image into something different. You can use different objects to stick your image to form a different scene such as adding wings on the back, changing the look or arrange a special background for your image.
One of the famous movie – Avatar has just swept and shocked the whole world. You may wonder how the image of Avatar to be created. It seems lots of works and not easy to do such creation. However, you can transform a human being photo into Avatar using Photoshop. Now, you can turn any human images into Avatar following this tutorial.
You may wonder how to turn an athlete picture to something unusual. You can have a look at this tutorial as a good reference. This tutorial just gives you an idea to draw out the muscle and tendon as a remarkable illustration.
In this photo effects tutorial, it is going to show you how to easily add a rainbow, even a double rainbow, to a photo. As with most photo effects, it helps if you start with the right type of image. Finally, when you’ve finished painting on the mask, that is done.
One of the most challenging montage or masking jobs in the profession of post-production editing is the hair lift. When the model has long flowing hair and the subject needs to change location many post-production artists call in sick. Move the Gamma slider to the right in order to preview your subject against a darker background in the image window.