How to Create a Nice Haze Effect in Lightroom - Shutter Pulse. Haze can add a nice touch to outdoor photos, from nature photos to portraits.
Recreating a hazy effect can easily be done in Lightroom or Photoshop. In this article we’ll go through the simple process of adding haze in Lightroom. Here is the sample photo that we’ll be using for the tutorial (you can download it here if you would like to work along). And here is a sneak peak at the effect that we will be creating. If you’d like to get this hazy effect without doing any of the work in Lightroom you can download it as a preset. To get started, go to the “Basic” section of Lightroom’s develop module and adjust the settings as shown below. What we’re doing here is softening the photo a little by reducing the sliders for things like contrast, clarity, vibrance, and saturation. Next, in the “Tone Curve” section apply a curve like the one shown below. This tone curve forms the backbone of our haze effect.
The last step is to make some slight changes in the “Split Toning” settings. An Easy Recipe to Edit Close-Up Portrait Images » MCP Actions. How to Create Soft & Dreamy Photos in Photoshop. Take photos to the next Level by adding a soft and dreamy look – perfect for weddings, engagements and family photos.
How to Clean up Your Photo Backgrounds in Photoshop. In retouching you see this quite frequently, whether you’re using seamless paper, vinyl, a fabric hanging or a purpose built infinity cove, it’s going to get dirty.
You have a couple of options, one is to check out some reviews on Amazon for handheld vacuum cleaners and have your assistant scoot around with it between shots. The other more sensible option, which we’ll cover here, is to solve it in post, in this case using Adobe Photoshop. It isn’t difficult of course to clone out the odd scuff mark, but when you have hundreds of dirt marks or creases you need a slightly more heavy duty solution, and simply blurring can bring its own problems. In this case I’ve already tidied up the floor, now it’s time to clean up the background. A Selection Of The Best Photo Manipulation Tutorials. 40 Extravagant Surreal and Fantasy Scenes Photoshop Tutorials.
How to Create a Fantasy Photo Manipulation. The idea behind this work was to create a fantasy world.
You will learn how to work with a few images and create a really interesting photo manipulation. I would also like to thank Loredana for working with me on this one. Photo Manipulation – Creating a Fantasy Scene. Hi again, so today I’m going to demonstrate a number of techniques used to create the image below.
This is not a complete walkthrough to create exactly the same image, but you’ll hopefully pick up some useful tips. It is a composition of 4 different photographs. As is normal with Photoshop, there are numerous ways to achieve the same task, so the techniques below are just 1 possible way of going about creating this scene. A scaled down PSD file for this tutorial which covers steps 1 – 7 can be found at the bottom. (Click on the image to see it in full size – n.b. you’ll need a flickr account) The original images used were: (click on an image get the full res version) Open up the mossy wall image into photoshop and resize the image to 1176x 1756, then unlock the layer by double clicking on it in the layer panel (the padlock will then disappear).
Open up the pipes image, and paste it in directly under the hue/saturation adjustment layer. N.B. Next we want to create some shadows. PSD File. 50 Easy Photoshop Tutorials for Creating Fantasy and Horror Art. Imagination is the key to creating Fantasy art.
It could be a depiction of a magical and mysterious scene, a mythical or supernatural fairy, or even a horrendous blood-soaked fiend. Whatever the ingredients of the fantasy scene, the results are always the same, beautiful, mysterious and thought-provoking. The real beauty is that it could be anything that your imagination can muster. Unlike pure imagination, having the skills and knowing the techniques to reflect your vision on screen or in print needs work. It has to be taught. In this post, we have collected 50 amazing fantasy art and horror tutorials and techniques using Photoshop, the graphic editor of choice for most fantasy artists.
Fantasy Landscape Photo Manipulation Magic and Special Light Effects Fantasy Style Castle Scene Out of Bounds Fantasy Illustration.