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Photo Effect – Turn Images Alive in Paint using Photoshop
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Sometimes, you may want to make your photo alive. However, it is a bit difficult to do that in the painting frame. This tutorial will teach you some techniques to bring the images alive in paint.
To develop a nice portrait, you have to spend quite a while to try and error to develop a great painting. This is not the exception. In this tutorial, you will learn quick and easy Photoshop adjustments that prepare artwork for translation into vector shapes.
Recently I began experimenting with a quick technique for creating a watercolor style portrait with some of the brushes that we’ve created here. After some trial and error I’ve come up with a 3 step process that ends in a nice effect that works on just about any portrait.
There are many ways which can beautify your image such as adding some color effects or additional stuff on your body. Here is one of the good example to demonstrate you how to adjust the color and add a pair of wings on your image.
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.
High quality of photo needs real expensive of camera plus techniques to make or shoot for. However, it is not necessary to have these in order to make some nice photos. Color adjustment can turn your image to be completely different using simple Photoshop techniques.
The techniques below will show you how to create an image similar to the final result I have obtained below although the image below took 3 hours to paint with alot of fine detail work, you will still get the idea.At the end, the layers merged its easier to use the color dodge tool to brush the edge of the planets making them ‘glow’.
In this tutorial, it will lay down the basics of retouching and take you through the entire process, applied, layer by layer. When you actually see the process take place, the person seems to look fake afterwards, therefore, some adjustments are required.