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Making a Wonderful Lighting Effect for Posters
Under Photo Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
If you find your photos to be too monotony, colorful lighting effect is good to apply. It can easily stand out your image. The color can be adjusted to suit for your clothes and your style.
Photo Manipulation in Photoshop allows you to create whatever scenery you want. Sometimes, you may want to create a special scenery for yourself. The scene – “a man facing a planet” is a great idea to stand out yourself.
In this tutorial, it will show you how to take a stone statue and alter it to look life-like. When it looks just right, flatten the image (save the layered file first in case you want to go back to it) and do a levels adjustment and a final photo filter to warm the whole image and tie the tones together.
To make a hopeless scenery, you can use light and shadow effects to focus your object under a dark background. Another element is greens such as grass or trees. These objects are always good for emphasis of this kind of topic.
Wish to change the flatness and two-dimension of your artwork? This tutorial has a quick fix for this by creating the illusion of depth of field in your illustrations to decrease the distance between the nearest and farthest objects in a scene that appear acceptably sharp in an image.
In this Photoshop tutorial we will use the pen tool, paths brushes and brush dynamics along with a neat little trick using thresholds to create a cool album cover look. For my finished image the graphic is added as an CD album cover.
This tutorial will show you how to turn your image into a beautiful angel. It will describe to change the image background, color plus adding some emotions e.g. tears into your photo. Then your manipulated image can be formed.
In this tutorial, it will teach how to create a natural scenery photo manipulation. We are going to learn the process of creating depth of field using a few advance tools. We are going to learn how to blend images so seamlessly that it would look like a single image using the Brush tool etc.