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Seriously Cool Photoshop Explosion Effect
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In this tutorial, it will show you how to create an Explosion effect in a photo. It will let you know how to create a break apart, explosion effect and add some awesome lighting and glow to finish the image off.
The sea always leaves sweet memories, waves, seashells and sea foams. So, how about creating a realistic sea foam text effect? This tutorial helps. It’ll demonstrate how to create realistic sea foam text effect and how to apply sea or ocean foam pattern to the text shape on the beach sand. Learn and enjoy!
Firstly find a subject to base the flowing light streams on. A picked image of a drinks can to relate to the original piece of artwork that inspired the subscriber. Finish off the image with a few focal rings on multiple layers with very low opacity.
This tutorial will give you an idea to turn the normal photos into decent HDR Image. The skill can be widely applied to your photo. No special photoshop technique is required. Most steps are done in blending mode settings.
To turn your image to be professional, it does not require a sophisticated techniques to do. Simple Photoshop settings could improve your photos significantly like this tutorial.
There are thousand ways to turn a simple photo into something fashionable. Simple spreading effect can be applied to different kinds of image. Here is an example for your good reference.
Some of you may want to design something awesome which is out of reality. To design such an imaginative scenery, the most important element is your imagination. Using few of pictures plus little design skills, then you can create a fantastic scene like this.
Everyone must be so relaxing during Christmas. To keep your memory for this, simple photo effect can turn your image to be romantic and full with Christmas joy. It will show you how to create a snowy atmosphere with an aura effect. In addition, you’ll also learn how to color-correct using adjustment layers, and add movement using the Radial Blur filter.