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!
Photoshop Background Eraser Tutorial Written by Steve Patterson. In this tutorial, we’ll learn all about the Background Eraser Tool in Photoshop and how to use it to easily remove background areas of an image. The Background Eraser Tool is especially useful with photos that contain lots of fine detail along the edges between your subject and its background, like, for example, if you want to erase the sky in an image without erasing the trees below it.
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. Russel Brown Show Sorry, no technical support is available for my tips and techniques Please report any web-related problems by sending an email to the address listed below. Sorry for the inconvenience, but I will not have the chance to respond to questions relating to these tutorials. For immediate response to your issues and questions, check out the Adobe Forum: forums.adobe.com
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.
Créer cette incroyable Fashion manipulation de photo avec Résumé de fumée et d'effets lumineux Create this Amazing Fashion Photo Manipulation with Abstract Smoke and Light EffectsReviewed by Wojciech Pijecki on Mar 14Rating: Preview of Final Results Download the PSD Light Effects.zip | 22.16 MB Download from Website Tutorial Resources graphicriver SQUARE Potraits Photoshop Action Easy to use Photoshop Action • Fully editable layers • Lots of effects and graphic elements to customize the look • Well organized layers • Over 20 color presets included • User’s guide included in PDF files • For the best result, it is recommended to use high resolution photos around 1500 – 3500 px (min 72dpi) • This action has been tested and works on Photoshop CS3, CS4, CS5, CS6 and CC+ Multi Language This action is designed using a method for multi language. Treated very carefully in every single step to ensure the scripts can work on any language versions of Photoshop. It has been tested and works perfectly on English and French versions.
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.
Photoshoplr A premium Photoshop plugin, that generates random relevant titles, leads, texts, dates and usernames. Currently supports English, Ukrainian and Russian text generation for three thematic categories: Technology, Economics and Politics. Relevant text generation Select one or multiple text layers and click Generate. All texts are randomly selected from a huge database on our secure server, so all your generated content will always be relevant to your design.