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Seamless compositing in Photoshop
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In this tutorial, you will learn the idea of combination for different images. It is really a good tutorial. As the author did not use any complex tricks or skills to make this, but selection of a few of great images to make this composition.
To create your personal movie poster, you can try a few movie poster tutorials first to get started. As there are various approaches to do, you can try to find the good skills which is suitable for your own poster creation.
Simple photo manipulation can allow you to form a nice scene so you do not have to be bothered to spend time to arrange real objects to come up together in reality. Instead, you just prepare few photos and mix them together.
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.
In this tutorial, it will basically take you through the process of converting a man’s head into a garden. The first part will be showing you how to prepare the image then add a waterfall coming out of his head with a pool at the bottom, as shown on the thumbnail.
If you are headache of background design, lighting is a good stuff for your background creation. This lighting design has been adopted a few lighting effects such as gradient fill layer and radial lines. You can create your new design style based on these by changing colors or shapes.
This tutorial will show you how to create an atmospheric lady standing in a snow scene. It will teach you all kinds of practical techniques including combining multiple photos to create a custom backdrop and adding custom lighting effects etc.
There are thousand ways to beautify a lady image. To stand out the pose or motion of an image, you can apply some kind of lighting effects on the moving parts. The readers can understand the motions of image through this image.