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We will use this picture that the Arlington Cemetary is taken for the tutorial. That’s it, you are done.
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.
This tutorial will teach you how to use photoshop to turn photos of people of different ages into a natural one which presents life and aging. Working on layers, doing color adjustment for photo matching and creating a smooth & natural transition are needed. Bubbles that give ideas that they are making the aging process are indispensable.
An animal house can be very special. You can turn whatever object to be your pet’s houses. This tutorial show you how to initiate your pet’s house using fruit. The idea is turn your pet’s food into their host. A funny scene can be resulted.
In this tutorial, it will show you the steps to design a stone dragon in Photoshop. This is a good example to show you a few simple methods to blending objects together in Photoshop, and edit them with various image adjustment tools.
In this tutorial, it will show you the steps to manipulate a man portrait into black magic in Photoshop. We will use some bare metal texture and fire stock images, plus a number of image adjustment techniques to form this effect.
In this tutorial, we are going to take a normal photo and liven it up using some photoshop effects to bring some more retro feelings. After that, we can take the photo and create a nice background. This skill can be also applied to your personal image.
One of the best sites around for desktops has to be Desktopography. Inspired by their amazing work today we are going to put together a sunset image mixing some vector shapes and dusky lighting effects. And finally we’re all done, Click the image below for the high-res version of our finished product!