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Natural Green Forest Formation
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Photo manipulation is a magic to turn your photo to something extremely different. For example, a dark forest can be turned into a nice and green forest through photo combination effect. It is just to adjust the blending options plus some other simple photoshop skills.
In this tutorial, we will create an image of a dancer with a liquid splashing effect. This splashing effect is good to stand out for the human motion. Of course, you can apply this to other moving objects you like.
When you would like to put your object into a mysterious scene, you can have a try on designing a dark foggy scene. The image could be projected as mysterious, since the object cannot be seen clear and end up to have a mysterious feeling to the reader.
We are going to create a dreamy grass scene featuring a fantasy boat. Manipulating techniques such as blending, masking, creating lighting effects, and working with groups will help you achieve this fantasy effect. The tree, the fish , the grassland, the sparkles, and the lamp all will help. Enjoy.
Photo combination allows you to combine different sorts of picture together to form a nice scene. However, to do this, color mixture and lighting effect are the essential elements which allow them mixing together naturally. Here will present you some skills.
To turn your image into a nice artwork, you can just apply a simple splashing effect. You can add the paint to whatever you like without regular pattern. Then, your image will have a great style like a proper designing artwork.
The “Polar Panorama Effect” is a photoshop technique which is eligible to turn the image into unique pieces of art. It takes a panoramic photo and uses the Polar Coordinates filter of Photoshop or The Gimp to create a circular image that seems to wrap the panorama around a planet.
Photoshop is a practical tool to edit photos and 3D effects is marvelous. Together, they can make anything. In this tutorial Mark Mayers will show you how to seamlessly blend 3D models into your 2D composites using Photoshop. You’ll discover how easy it is to roll, rotate and slide complex models within 3D space.