Photoshop Tutorial: Master Polygons Part 1 Download some of the tutorial files here Thanks go out to Ryan Barber for this tutorial. See more of his work at Give Your Photos a Retro Comic Book Effect How about a fun effect for your incredibly boring photo albums? Creating a old comic book effect for your photos is easy and the results are visually appealing. More fun is achieved when adding captions to your photos using comic book fonts and design elements. This tutorial will show you how to give a comic book look to your photos using a couple of filters and some additional decorations.
Photography Tutorial: Night Photography with Continuous Lights I spend quite a bit of time looking at cosplay photos and I’ve come to a conclusion that there are not enough nighttime cosplay photos, of which I think is a wonderful time that many cosplay photographers are missing out on to do photo shoots. Having spoken to a number of cosplay photographers, I’ve heard a number of excuses: it’s too dark; my camera sucks at higher ISO; my shots are always blurry; I don’t know how to do night shoots; I don’t know how to use flash thus I can’t shoot at night; and more. Well, guess what folks, you’re in for a treat! For today’s Cosplay Photography Tutorial, I’ll be showing how you can easily do nighttime photo shoots.
Photoshop Tutorials - Age Progression Disclaimer: None of the given Photoshop Tutorials are written by me. They are all taken from various sources on the Internet and I compiled some of them for you. Hope you understand. More are in the line. Cosplay Photographers - Creating Beautiful Cosplay Photos “What’s the best lens for cosplay photography?” This is one of the most common questions that photographers ask early on during their quest to grow as an artist. The short answer is … it depends. To get the real answer for this I’ll turn it around and ask you a question: What look are you trying to achieve?
Old School Type - Line Gradients One of our readers suggested we write a tutorial explaining how to do this cool text effect. On the Dragonforce logo above, the basis of my typography was sketched on paper first and then vectored in Illustrator using the Pen Tool. The process for creating the base logo is not included in this tutorial. Photoshop Frenzy - Made for faster learning! » Blog Archive » Dramatic Gritty Effect Posted in Photo Effects on December 6th, 2007 with 77 responses . In this tutorial we’re going to show you how to add a dramatic, gritty, bronzed effect to your images. We’ll convert our subject image as follows: 1. Gorgeous Soft Light With One Speedlite In this tutorial Andrea Cosentino shares his technique for getting a very distinct soft light look using a wall and one strobe. This is Andrea’s submission for our How I Took It Contest, there are some awesome submissions so far, we’ll keep sharing them, you keep ‘em coming. I love placing my subjects in front of white backgrounds and focus on them to make photographs worth looking at. I knew I wanted a classic, ‘a la’ Zack Arias look but with a hint of a nostalgic feeling that people like Ryan Muirhead are able to get in their pictures. And I wanted to keep it as simple as possible.
Eye Sharpening - Photoshop Tutorial - 416 Studios With this tutorial you can create amazing, bright eyes within minutes. First retouch, adjust levels and do all necessary colour corrections on your image. With a Lasso Tool (L) select the eyes (hold Shift key to add to selection). Hit Ctrl+J to copy selection to a new layer. You can copy the whole layer instead of selecting eyes but applying the filter to the large area like this may take a while on slower computers. Create Light Leaks & Lomo Effects Using Actions in Photoshop In this quick tip tutorial, we will explain how to create light leaks and lomo effects for you photos using actions in Photoshop. Let's get started! Tutorial Assets The following assets were used during the production of this tutorial.
How To Shoot A Water Splash With A Spectacular Bokeh I am always keeping a close eye on Corrie White’s work. She seems to always have a new trick up her sleeve. A few days ago I saw Corrie White’s amazing splash with bokeh photograph and was drawn to it. I asked Corrie how she took the image and she was kind enough to walk DIYP readers through it. If you want the more basic stuff, visit Corrie’s Comprehensive Water Drop Photography Guide Art and Design News - Part 12 Wastebasket Basketball Published on May 31st, 2013 | by Ieva Kazakeviciute This will raise the accuracy at least twice around your office. (link)... Read More → Bat Peg Clips