Whether you’re new to Photoshop, or if you’ve been using it for years, you’ll learn lots of new tricks that will help put the beauty back into cherished family photos, and turn new photos into frameable works of art.
Watercolor is popular in fashion artwork because of its unpredictable, fluid and beautiful nature. It enhances models and products and gives any artwork a creative flair that almost everyone finds attractive.
In this Photoshop tutorial, we'll learn how to add bubbles to a photo by creating our very own bubble brush! We'll draw a simple bubble, save it as a Photoshop brush, customize its behavior using the Brush Dynamics options in the Brushes panel, then use the brush to paint bubbles into a photo!
In this Photoshop photo editing tutorial, we're going to learn how to reduce the appearance of 5 o'clock shadow and beard stubble in a photo. Of course, if the photo is of a guy out in the rugged outdoors and he's dressed like he's off to wrestle with a mountain lion, you may not want to remove the stubble. But in other types of photos, it may just make him look like he could use a rest, or maybe he's been resting a little too much, in which case you'll want to remove it, or at least reduce it. We're going to see how to do that here.
In this Photoshop photo effects tutorial, we're going to learn how to easily add a realistic water reflection to any photo. It's a very easy effect to create and you can add it to any photo you like, although it tends to work best with images that don't already contain water in them.
Today we will create a very interesting concept using an artistic nude and a couple of pink roses. You will learn to retouch photos, manipulate a single element to obtain a more complex result, make use of various adjustment layers, increase the depth of a picture and sharpen the image for a more clean look.
In this tutorial we are going to use The Spot Healing Brush to removing blemishes. We can greatly improve a portrait by removing skin imperfections which are rarely a desirable feature in a photograph.
In this tutorial, we’ll be taking a photo and splitting it in two. One side of the photo will be light and colorful while the other in contrast, will be dark, evil and brooding. This is a complete re-write of my popular tutorial. With the new design, I figured it was time to update the tutorial and improve some of the confusing steps.
In this tutorial, We'll learn how the create a stylized illustrated look from a photograph. The best part is that it requires no artistic ability! You can do this to any photo and pretty much any subject, but I think it works best with people.
In this Adobe Photoshop tutorial, we're going to look at how to enhance the sky in a photo, bringing out details in the clouds, improving the contrast and increasing color saturation, and we can do all these things at once using a very simple technique.
Adding a reflection is a great way to draw attention and improve a dull photo. Another reason for adding a reflection, is that the water was dirty at the time of shooting and the shot was ruined; or you wanted to add reflections (the real way, making use of the slow shutter speed) but you didn’t have the necessary gear to take the shot (camera with manual settings, tripod, filters etc.).
This tutorial has three parts. We’ll review adding HDR styling to multiple types of images using the LucisArt filter. In this first part, we’ll work on adding more interest with HDR styling to a portrait photo.
Vignetting is the process of darkening the corners of a photo. Vignette is usually an undesired effect, caused by a number of elements. But sometimes vignetting can help direct the eye on a particular subject of the photo, minimising distractions. Vignetting can also improve photos by giving them an artistic look and making them somehow more interesting. This effect should not be overdone though. Let’s see how to create this effect in Photoshop.
When it comes to color correcting images in Photoshop, removing color casts from the highlight and shadow areas is usually pretty straightforward since it's quite easy to find the brightest and darkest areas in an image. But what about the midtones? How do you find that area in the image that's supposed to be neutral gray? Usually, you guess and hope for the best, since Photoshop doesn't seem to have any way of easily pointing out those midtone gray areas for us. Or does it?
This tutorial will teach you how you can quickly and effectively modify an image where too much makeup’s were applied making the skin look fake. Makeup always not the case, the picture can be a magazine scan creating excessive noise on the picture. You can also do this to an old photographs that was scanned. Basically to any picture that has excessive amount of noise.
Infrared photography is a special technique in which you use an Infrared Filter, which you attach over your lens like any other lens filter – then take an exposure using a fairly long shutter speed (dependent on light source).
In this tutorial, Camilo Bejarano shows you how to ramp up this juxtaposition, hand-drawing elements before scanning them in and transforming them into dramatic, colourful designs that interact neatly with the photograph.
In this tutorial, We will learn how to repair some image noise from a low-quality shot, and I will show you an extremely quick and easy way to smooth out a person’s face. The woman in this shot is not a model, and she has a lot of character so we don’t want to overdo it with the smoothing. We will make it look real and natural.