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Superfamous - Folkert Gorter. Chris Spooner. How to Give Your Photos a Retro Effect with Photoshop. In this Photoshop tutorial, you’ll learn how to apply a retro effect to your photos. We’ll use adjustment layers, Photoshop brushes, the Gradient Tool, the Brush Tool, Photoshop filters, etc. to mimic the colors, light leaks, film edge burns, overexposure and other characteristics of an old, retro photograph. Tutorial Preview Tutorial Resources Stock photo: beautiful woman between sunflowers (by Belovodchenko Anton) Step 1: Open Your Photo in Photoshop You can use any photo that you want to give the retro effect to.

Open the photo in Photoshop by choosing File > Open (Ctrl/Command + O) and then searching for the photo in your computer’s hard drive. Step 2: Add a Curves Adjustment Layer We’ll alter the tones of the image by using a Curves adjustment layer. In the Adjustments panel, change the drop down menu to the Red channel and modify the curve by clicking-and-dragging it using the image below as a reference. Switch to the Green channel and then adjust the curve like on the image below. BundleStorm. Easy to accomplish VSCO Cam effect in Photoshop.

A little bit of context Hello all, Simon here. You know me as a designer that loves to create posters with a lot of textures. I mean, just check the Lost and Taken poster tutorial, or the Do androids dream of electric sheep one. I’ve also used similar techniques in the tutorial I wrote when we released the Go Media building texture collection. Well today, I want to talk about another one of my hobbies: photography. Been living under a rock for the past few years and don’t know what Instagram and VSCO Cam are and what they do? But editing images on a small screen isn’t always the best and most practical. Oh, and it looks like the folks at VSCO Cam like it: Let’s have a look at what kind of effect VSCO Cam produces I’ll use some of my own images here as examples: As you can see, we get a “faded” look (“crushed” colors), some grain, and some strange saturation mixed with cross-processed tones.

The faded look is the signature feature here. Let’s get to it, shall we? Source images Step one: Tadaa! Tutorials | Line25. Did you like our Sci-Fi/Space Photoshop tutorials list? If yes, then you’ll definitely enjoy learning some new tips and tricks from these 25 movie effects Photoshop tutorials! For all the movie fans out there, we gathered here some really cool movie effects Photoshop tutorials which will teach you how to recreate your favorite movies posters or even manipulate your own photos and make you look like your favorite movie character!

One of the most inventive and beautiful art genres of our time is the digital space art. If you are passionate about space, science, planets and stars, this list of brilliant space Photoshop tutorials will definitely appeal to you! For the majority of the tutorials in this list, you won’t use any stock photos or any material at all besides Photoshop filters, effects and blending modes. This will also help you to enrich your Photoshop knowledge. How To Make a Cool Cinemagraph Image in Photoshop. No doubt you’ll have heard of the term Cinemagraph since it exploded onto the Internets. Originally coined by Photographers Kevin Burg and Jamie Beck, a cinemagraph is a clever revival of the classic animated GIF.

It combines features of video and photography to create a the illusion of a still image but with cool motion effects. Let’s take a look at how to create your own animated GIF cinemagraph by playing around with Photoshop’s animation tools. Some of the best cinemagraph examples can be found on the creators’ own website. Their original cinemagraphs from New York Fashion Week capture moments just like an ordinary photograph, but also preserve that living moment in time to re-experience endlessly. As the popularity of the cinemagraph grew we began to see mobile apps such as Cinemagram emerge, which allows the easy creation of amateur cinemagraphs using the device’s built in camera.

Use a tripod. Alternatively you could always play around with existing stock video footage. BadlandsCN_3227.jpg. Textures. Make a Vintage Planetary Landscape Poster in Photoshop. When working with an outer space theme, the possibilities are endless — there are plenty of elements you can incorporate and photo manipulate into your composition. With the popularity and abundance of science fiction movies and books, there’s no shortage of inspiration either. In this Photoshop tutorial, we’re going to take some different space elements, as well as some earthly landscape elements, and put them all together to create a faded, vintage-like poster.

Preview Click the image below to see the final result in full scale. Tutorial Resources Step 1: Create the Photoshop Document In Photoshop, press Ctrl/Cmd + N or go to File > New, which will open a dialog window. After creating the new document, fill the Background layer with black (#000000). Step 2: Adding the Stars We’ll just use and process a stock image to add stars to the scene. Use Free Transform (Ctrl/Cmd + T) to resize the stock image so that it fits within our canvas. Step 3: Add a Gradient to the Scene Step 5: Add Clouds. Denis Designs. There’s nothing more fun than a game of cards is there! It’s a great way to bring families together if you are playing a game of Snap or Switch, or even if you are a fully grown adult using them for gambling they are very popular. Obviously only one side of the card will have a face and the other is completely blank allowing you to do whatever you want with it. This gives you the opportunity to customise your cards to whatever you want to make them super unique!

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