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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.
Simple objects such as clouds, river and castle can be formed a fantastic night scene using photo manipulation. To group different images together, you need to remove surrounding stuff for your objects and do some color adjustments.
You may have already watched a lot of robot films and wondered how they can transform a normal human into a robot. The most simplest way to do is to add some machinery element on the human joints plus a machinery background.
How to show your audience about the time running out so quickly? The easiest way is to turn a youngster into an elderly. To do this, you need to prepare an elderly portrait. The idea is to use photo effect to match and replace the skins of youngster with elderly’s.
Making a movie poster is like making a photo scenery, you need to prepare few images and combine them together. Once you finish your photo combination, you adjust the photo colors and then type few words in to finalize.
Lightning is a common effect to be created. In this time, the tutorial will show you to add glow and lightning and use a special brush “exploding lightning”. We will continue to work on the texture to create the effect of radiation. At the end of the work we will work on toning.
Have you seen a painting on fire? This tutorial will help you create this effect through the combination of the digital painting and the photo manipulation in Photoshop. Of course fire stock image will also be applied to form the final man On Fire effect.
This will show you to composite a lighthouse located in an icy environment. Most of your imaginative scene, you can normally create digitally by manipulating pictures, 3D rendered images, or painted digitally in Photoshop. You will see how it works in this tutorial.