Photoshop CS6 Blur Gallery Tutorial One of my favorite features introduced in the Photoshop CS6 beta is without a doubt the Blur Gallery. This collection of three brand new filters allows for photo-realistic depth of field adjustments via an interface which allows you to place and manipulate controls directly on the image area. Photographers rely on focal length, subject distance and aperture to determine in-focus and blurred areas of an image. Yet there are times when technical constraints make a desired effect difficult to achieve.
Five top Photoshop tips for great spot colour Unleash your creativity and create a masterpiece with a spot colour flourish! 1. Cut corners To give you a helping hand with spot colour, you can use a Hue/Saturation Adjustment Layer to lower the saturation of different colours. Flying Girl in Photoshop A few weeks ago I published a tutorial called Girl in Tempo. I used the new version of Pixelmator that had the codename Tempo. The result was really nice and I got a very positive feedback, and, also some emails asking me to do that tutorial in Adobe Photoshop.
34 Photoshop Tutorials That Will Leave You Looking Like A Pro Design This time we are bringing you a lot of Photoshop tutorials on all sorts of topics. It's meant to be a good collection for those who aren't quite pro yet, but want to be. From making amazing business cards to bringing a stone statue to life, these take us through hours and hours of practicing those skills. These tutorials are some of the best and varied out there. If you learn to master some of the techniques and tricks from these, you will be sure to land on your feet looking like a pro!
40 tutoriel photoshop dédié au vintage et au style rétro Blog pour quoi faire Un blog ? Oui mais pour quoi faire ? How to combine brushes with texture in Photoshop CS6 Posted in: Tips & Tutorials, by Simon Skellon Step 1 – Choose your brush Choose one of the preset Bristle Brushes from the new Brush Presets palette. Having chosen your basic brush, hit the small icon within Brush Presets to access the Brush palette. Step 2 – Load the textures Photoshop CS6 Tutorials: Create Oil Painting Photo Effects Share if you Like it ! Today’s Photoshop CS6 Tutorial on Creating an Oil painting photo effect by using the newly added special effects option called “ Oil Paint “. To achieve this effect you need to download the new Adobe Photoshop CS6 version [beta]. We made a brief note on how to download them and install them [YouTube video], download from here.
v. xiv Let's face it: stars can be really hard to draw. I'm not talking about the singular balls of blazing gasses, though, I'm talking about the subtle and beautiful star fields that make a piece of celestial art what it is: a portrayal of space. One of the reasons space is so much fun to draw is because, despite the plethora of Hubble images inundating cyberspace and science magazines, most people don't have a preconceived notion of what space should look like. This means that there are endless possibilities for wondrous visuals, as nobody's been to or seen wherever or whatever it is that you're depicting. There is one exception, however: stars.
How to change the color of eyes in Photoshop realistically. Free original tutorial from PhooshopCAFE intro © Photography and tutorial by Colin Smith © Create Don't Steal - Do not reproduce or rip this tutorial. If you like it, link to it :) I'm very excited to bring you my latest Photoshop tutorial. In this tut, I'm going to show you the best way, to change the color of someones eyes. You can use this technique on people, or even animals.
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