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Making a Surreal Scene for a Human Image
Under Photo Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
In this tutorial, it will show you the steps to create a surreal scene for a human image in Photoshop. You will have the opportunity to practice objects merging, image adjustments, selection techniques, as well as a number of filter effects.
It is difficult to take a perfect photo, so you may need to use Photoshop to beautify and retouch your photos after. Here will show you to use Photoshop brushes to remove your unfavorable part of your image and apply suitable light and color settings after.
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 would like to create some quick effect to beautify the images, you can have a try on this colorful bubble effect for your images. You just need to trim out your image on a plain background, apply some bubble plus simple photoshop lighting and coloring adjustments, then we are done.
Create a fantastic scenery always requires a high level of photoshop skills to achieve. However, lots of scenes can be done in a easy way. In this tutorial, all the works are mainly done by cut & paste and simple photo effects.
Holloween is coming. Some of you may want to change your image into a zombie. Turning yourself into a zombie, you need to prepare an image of a dead animal. Then you can cut and paste the damage meat into your image face or body plus some color adjustment to finalize it.
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.
In this tutorial, it shows you how to achieve that glossy, detailed fantasy look through careful compositing, and control of layers and blending modes. You’ll extrude type in Illustrator and then composite on textures and other details in Photoshop.