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Turning your Image into a Ghost in Photoshop
Under Photo Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
Apart from adding make-up to your image , you can use new idea to turn your image into a ghost. This ghost image is mainly done using different photoshop functions such as filter, blur, adjustment etc. You can also apply the same following the tutorial to achieve the same result.
Films is like life and life is like an epic sometimes. Then how to edit the various moments? For example, the depressed situations in a film. This tutorial aims to create a dark, emotional scene featuring a sleeping girl with a misty forest scene. And it is essential to enhance the dark and dreamy atmosphere!
If you have no idea about designing an animal poster, you can refer to this tutorial which used the popular method. It uses lots of animal to form a natural background plus using the color adjustment to turn the main object to be outstanding.
A nice art or scenery creation are based on an good idea. You might hear some legends saying that islands are located on the back of turtle. In this time, it will show you the images mixture skills to combine different sort of images together to form a supernatural turtle.
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!
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.
One of the most challenging montage or masking jobs in the profession of post-production editing is the hair lift. When the model has long flowing hair and the subject needs to change location many post-production artists call in sick. Move the Gamma slider to the right in order to preview your subject against a darker background in the image window.