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Painting with Fire Using Photoshop’s Liquify Filter
Under Photo Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
Recently I was searching for a way to shape flames and change the direction of fire in a Photoshop composition. After a little experimentation, I discovered that Photoshop’s Liquify Filter handles the task brilliantly.
Most of hero movies would present that a hero look at a city from peak. To create one for yourself, you need to prepare a few pictures e.g. a hero, towers & forest etc. Using photo manipulation, you put those images together and apply color adjustment.
Creating a realistic water surface in Photoshop is quite a challenge because it is the distorted reflection of the surroundings that makes the water look liquid. The displace filter is an excellent tool for making this distortion. Now it really looks like water. Notice that the layer mask is also distorted because it is linked to the layer. This causes the reflectivity to change with the angle of the surface.
In this tutorial, it will show you how to make an X-Ray image, the scene is like you see in airport scanners. It also shows how these techniques could be applied to any mechanical object, or electronic device, like a digital camera.
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.
Using Photoshop, you can create whatever scenes you want. Some typical scenes such as castle on the coast are commons in some countries, but if you would like to take a shot, it requires a lot of works to do. Using photo manipulation, you can overcome this.