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Manipulation for a Halloween Image
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In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a dark, obscured Halloween scenery by combining witch house, pumpkins, tombstones, crows and many more into one neat piece. There will be plenty of intermediate to advanced photo manipulation techniques, from lightning effect to blending color.
In this tutorial, it will show the methods you can use to create this great explosion effect in Photoshop. We will use a few simple manipulation and selection techniques, mixing with custom brush painting and finally, adjustment layers for adding colors.
You will see how to create this powerful human splitting up a car. Most of the lighting manipulation used in this image was done with photoshop layer adjustments and painting via a tablet. All 3D objects were created with the software Cinema 4D.
Some of fantastic scene exists nearby you and some also appear inside water. If you are ocean lover, you will be admired of some ocean scenes. You can use ocean as your background and design something interesting inside to form your own artwork.
In this tutorial it will show you how to create a dark photo manipulation for halloween. You will learn how to combine different stocks, create a dark and eerie atmosphere and work with lighting effect. Happy Halloween to all of you!
You may wonder how to justify which light effect is perfectly matching to your background or image. It is suggested to use light effect as this can match majority of images or backgrounds as long as you are using the right colour and right style of lighting effect.
This tutorial is very illustrative and useful because shows how to create a very nice effect in a fabric paint. This is easy to follow and recreate. Little details are what make a great picture and I look forward to trying this technique out.
In this photoshop tutorial, it will show you how to mash up a series of photos in a highly creative poster based on a famous painting from the 1800’s.