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Photo Manipulation Tutorial – Create a Realistic Lion King
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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.
In this tutorial, we will make a scene with flaming bombs pouring from the sky. This tut is made to show some down and dirty Photoshop techniques that beginners can quickly pick up. It also includes some relatively advanced techniques to help budding designers enhance their workflow.
You will start from creating gloomy background for this dark magician, then you will play with colors and you will know, how to control particles. Read this tutorial and learn how to create better photo manipulations. You’ll need Photoshop CS5 or newer to follow this tutorial.
This tutorial is going to teach you how to combine photos and add special effects to turn a normal photograph into a stunning artwork. You will also learn several tricks to reduce your Photoshop document file size and number of layers and layer styles.
To turn a normal city into something different, you can have a try on this to turn the city into sky city using photo manipulation. This is to make a scene where the peak of some skyscrapers standing out above the clouds along with some other elements.
It is not necessary to do lots of make-up and have a lot of trials for your personal image design. To see whether this look or make-up which is suitable to yourself, you can do project it using photoshop first. No need to consume the time for real trial.
Few simple scenes can be used to form a nice HDR photo. It is all about photo manipulation. You can simply pick few photos and combine them as one. Following the setting and techniques from this tutorial, you can form your HDR photo.
This time, the tutorial will present to make a fabulous soul for an image. Sometimes, when you would like to create some powerful or extraordinary scene, it is always good to add some of souls behind your presented images.