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This entry is part 20 of 29 in the Photoshop Basix Session - Show All « Previous Next » Are you new to Photoshop? Have you been trying to teach yourself the basics of Photoshop but have found the amount of educational material available on the net a bit overwhelming?
Have you ever built a diorama? It’s a depiction of a scene in miniature. Or perhaps you remember owning a dollhouse or train set as a kid. You lay on the floor, inches away from tiny versions of full-size objects. In the background, your brain was busy writing the software that makes this illusion effective. This fun photo treatment can be performed by almost anyone in short order, once some basics are understood of how the brain processes images.
After over three days of nonstop rain I decided to use that as inspiration for a new experiment in Photoshop. In 2007 I did a video tutorial showing how to create water drops in Photoshop, but it was only the video without any text instruction, so a lot of people have sent emails asking us to put a text version of the tutorial. I always thought that simply repeating the same tutorial wouldn't be cool so I tried to make a new effect and apply the water drops on it as well. So in this tutorial I will show you how to create a foggy window effect in Photoshop. We will use a stock photo, brushes, and layer styles to create the effect.
Tilt-shift is an effect that when applied to an image or in this case, a video, will create the illusion of miniaturization, making it seem as if the video is shooting a model set and not real life. To create one of these videos outside of Photoshop would require an expensive camera and and an even more expensive lens, which can cost into the thousands of dollars. In this tutorial I will show you how to create this effect using only Photoshop and how to apply it to almost any video.
Piece of the Artic” Pie Chart Photo Manipulation Reviewed by Jayan Saputra on Jan 14 Rating: Preview of Final Results <img title="final-results" src="http://photoshoptutorials.ws/images/stories/4f403d312465_1519/final-results43.jpg" alt="final-results" width="640" height="426"/>
Today we will take a break from the ordinary stuff and go into a fantasy world. Learn how to build up your own micro society using many different pictures and some cool photo manipulation techniques. Preview Detail Step 1 Let’s start by creating a new document of dimensions around 1500x1300px.
Milk monster and chocolate splash. Humor digital art scene with milk and liquid chocolate cartoon character , milk and chocolate, photoshop, splashes, monster, eyesballs, bubbles, cartoon character, cute, drops, hot chocolate, liquid.Used images: Milk [link] Chocolate [link] Bubbles [link] [link] Eyes [link] Water drop [link] - Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.5 Generic Teeth [link] Help files [link] Open milk texture image in Photoshop The original image has some noise, in order to improve milk texture, apply Filter > Blur > Surface Blur with following settings: Make the picture little bit lighter by playing with Levels settings.
Learn to apply the Warp Tool effectively and a few other tricks to make smoke look like a skull. This technique has a variety of outcomes and works well with water, clouds and a whole bunch of other stuff. This is probably more for intermediate users, as I guide you through the process well, but not every Warp Grid point handle move. Let’s get started! Final Image Preview Take a look at the image we’ll be creating.
In today’s tutorial, you’ll learn how to add a cinematic style to any of your photos using Photoshop and a Camera RAW file. It only takes a few minutes and is easy to follow however well you know Photoshop. We’ll be walking you through the process step-by-step in both a tutorial and video format! Watch the Video
Yo Stumbler follow me on twitter @designshard – Yeehaw! lets ride this design wave. I’ve tried to collect a few photo effects tutorials that are very much centred around one subject rather than a complete photo manipulation.