Since its emergence, the digital photography market has gradually supplanted the traditional one. Digital compact and SLR cameras entered our lives, and some people announced the death of silver-based images. This is not all lie, and yet old-fashioned images have been particularly popular in the past few years. All we do seem to do now is try to recreate the atmosphere of those bygone times anyway. Blurry, distorted and over-saturated images are not just a fad anymore. People have became familiar with the style and even consider it a full-fledged photographic genre.
Let me explain the title real quick, in case any readers aren’t in the know yet. LOMO is a russian optics company that makes cameras. They use the word Lomography to mean a wide-angle, shoot-from-the-hip, distorted colors, plastic lenses, expired film kind of photo asthetic. Photoshop Tutorial: Getting that great X-PRO LOMO look
Looking at how powerful Photoshop can be in terms of photo editing, it’s probably not important if you suck at taking photographs or being labeled an amateur photographer. As long as you picked up a couple of Photoshop photo editing skills, it will still impress those who sees it. So the next time you want to publish some photos online, consider editing them so they look more impressive. Here’s a compilation of 41 Nicest Photoshop Photo Effects you can take into reference.
You might not be the best photographer, but this doesn’t mean the photos you publish will suck. We’ve previously showcased 41 nicest photo effects tutorials you can adapt, now here’s more. By adding this new 30+ Nicest Photoshop Photo Tutorials to our previous entry, you have over 70 ways to enhance photos taken with digital camera, or even dSLR. While you are at it, here’s more Photoshop tutorials you might be interested:
Back in October I took this photo , in front of our house. A cool scene, bright colors and a double rainbow. After seeing this picture on my Flickr page, I received an e-mail from Marco who asked me about the post process of this image. Now here is my answer…
Yellowish Retro Coloring Action What do you guys think of the World Cup so far? Enough action to keep your blood pumping? Well, let's add something to that action, albeit it's a different kind of action. Here's another free image coloring action for your download. It will give that yellowish, kind of retro and old photo effect to your image. Again, most of the actions we offer here are created using adjustment layers whenever possible.
Let me explain what this page is all about. It's always our mission to make your browsing easier. So, we've created this index page that listed all the photo effects tutorial we have covered since the very beginning of this blog. Click on the image to visit the tutorial page and start firing up your Photoshop for something cool and fun to try today. We will keep updating this page as something new get published.
Retro Polaroid Coloring on your Photo This is a simple tutorial on how to get the retro polaroid coloring on your digital photo. This coloring effect will definitely goes well with these polaroid brushes . I can't guarantee that this is the polaroid effect you're looking for, but if you have Photoshop, it's worth a try. Of course another option will be, to buy a real polaroid camera. That will cost you some money. I included a PSD file for this tutorial just because I feel like doing something nice today.
Adobe Photoshop is the industry standard for digital-image editing and graphics creation . Photoshop’s versatility makes it a popular choice among Web designers, graphic designers, digital media artists, print designers, photographers and other professionals in design and image-editing. Whether you’re designing a business card or website or digitally enhancing an image, you can rest assured that Photoshop will give you the necessary tools to get the job done. In this article, we focus on tutorials on digital photography.
In the digital age, don’t forget to use your digits! Your hands are the original digital devices — Lynda Barry People often ask how I arrived at a finished illustration. Honestly, it’s different every time, but it always starts with a hand-drawn sketch. Mixing Up Illustration: Combining Analog And Digital Techniques
Hi! It's Ryan from I Am Photograph . As a fashion photographer it can be difficult shooting on location when you are shooting for the 'next season'. This past spring I shot on location for a fashion magazine that was to showcase clothes for the autumn/winter outerwear trend. Being that it was spring the woods were bright green with new leaves and didn't really communicate autumn. Tricks + Treats: Spring to Autumn Photoshop Tutorial by Ryan Strong