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How to Turn Humdrum Photos into Cinematic Portraits
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There are a plethora of ways to treat a portrait for a myriad of uses, but that is for another feature. Let’s tackle adding drama or a cinematic quality to a regular, humdrum portrait.
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.
Lots of you would like to create your own angel image. Using photo combination method, you can cut and paste your prepared images such as pigeon and clouds plus applying some lighting and coloring effects to form this impressive scenery.
If you are headache of background design, lighting is a good stuff for your background creation. This lighting design has been adopted a few lighting effects such as gradient fill layer and radial lines. You can create your new design style based on these by changing colors or shapes.
When you come up with a great idea, you would like to change particular object into something extraordinary. Photoshop is a good tool for you to consider. This transformation tutorial looks complicate, but it is not. Most of steps are done in blend mode.
Here will show you how to create a beautiful beautiful paradise scene using a variety of photo manipulation techniques. You’ll work with blending, retouching, adjusting color, creating lighting effect, working with group and more.
Using simple stuff can form a great funny creation. You can mix some leaves, branches and flowers together to form something creative. Here is a good example to show you to make an owl and you can use the same idea make something else for yourself.
I will explain the basic steps and techniques I used… but I will be specific in some areas. This tutorial assumes you have basic knowledge of photoshop – how to use layers, layer masks, filters, and the tools in the tool panel.