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Transform a Mixture of Images into an Interesting Artwork
Under Photo Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
Anything of stuff can be mixed together to form a nice piece of artwork. In this tutorial, you will learn the concept on how to mix different sorts of images, adjust the images color and use different sorts of effects to bring them together.
If you are stuck with background creation for your image, you can try simple colorful lighting for your image background. This lighting are created with transformed fire and simple colors. You can transform the fire and color into a shape to suit for your image.
In this tutorial I’ll show you a really simple effect that together with good photography can be used to make gorgeous results. We’re going to compose a room using photos of objects. This room can then be used in Flash to build a website, or simply as a graphic.The final effect with the right photos can be really nice and is particularly good for use in Flash where you can make objects fly in or materialize.
In this tutorial, this will show you the processes involved in creating this beautiful, fantasy-styled surreal ancient ruin and elegant island and sky scene in Photoshop.
In this tutorial, it will teach how to create a natural scenery photo manipulation. We are going to learn the process of creating depth of field using a few advance tools. We are going to learn how to blend images so seamlessly that it would look like a single image using the Brush tool etc.
In this tutorial, it will show you how to take a stone statue and alter it to look life-like. When it looks just right, flatten the image (save the layered file first in case you want to go back to it) and do a levels adjustment and a final photo filter to warm the whole image and tie the tones together.
In this tutorial, it will show you how to transform a fairly typical road-trip image with a big blue sky and wide-open spaces – into an apocalyptic battle scene, complete with tanks, guns, parachutists and a hail of incoming missiles. Finally, to make the scene more realistic, add a motion blur on the first tank.