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Manipulating an Abstract Effect for your Image
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In this Photoshop tutorial it will show you how to create an emotional, abstract photo manipulation. You’ll learn how to combine abstract elements, work with groups, create depth of field and more.
Here’s a little Photoshop guide to mimic the 300 style. The effects could also be applied to video in After Effects with a similar setup. Obviously there was a lot more in the compositing of each scene in 300, but I think this presents the basic elements. You can see the layering in an actual 300 shot on this page of the VFX article in this tutorial.
Learn how to create a breathtaking scene in simple steps. This Photoshop tutorial will teach you how to blend elements together using nondestructive techniques, paint with vibrant colors, and blur/smudge to create a dramatic scene.
If you would like to design some nice cartoon style for your friends, you can directly turn it into using a personal picture. The transformation just needs some simple lighting and coloring adjustment using Photoshop.
Simple photoshop skills can be used to create extraordinary scenery. This tutorial will show you to create this fantastic floating islands in night scene, a old sailboat, and a surreal moon background. This will teach you to mix stock photos, apply filters to create a night scene, and even some matte painting basics!
Folding style for shirt or clothes is difficult to create since the pattern is random. If you straightly do that, you will spend quite a while to implement it. Using a object in folding state, you can have something to base on plus a little bit techniques, then you can add the folding style for your object.
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.
The dispersion effect is relatively straight forward in Photoshop CC but can be tricky to get right. The basic idea is to separate the subject from the background and then create a copy of the subject layer. One of the subject layers is then morphed using the Liquify tool to nearly fill the entire frame.