Applying a Sin City style effect to a portrait photograph
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Step 1: Add A New Blank Layer With the image newly opened in Photoshop, if we look in the Layers panel, we see that we currently have one layer, the Background layer, which contains our image: The photo sits on the Background layer in the Layers panel.
We start off by opening a picture of the clock tower in Photoshop, Select the selection tool of your choice to make a selection around the tower and right click the selection. Choose the option of Layer via Copy to extract a copy of the tower from its previous white background. A new layer with [...]
Lighting effects have become quite popular, and are an effective way to add bright eye catching details to a photo or illustration. In this tutorial, you will learn a simple technique for creating brilliant light streaks which can be used in different ways to add motion and brightness to your designs. Step 1
Step 1: Open A New Photoshop Document Go up to the File menu at the top of the screen and choose New… to bring up Photoshop’s New Document dialog box and enter a width and height for your document. I’m going to use a preset size of 640×480 pixels. Click OK to create your new [...]
Step 1: Create a new Solid Color Adjustment layer and fill it with White. Above that layer, create a new blank layer by hitting the New Layer Button at the bottom of the layer palette. Name that layer “Basic Shapes.” Now turn both of those layers off.
1.Step Create a new layer with 1260×1024 size and name this layer back ground. Open your image. Press Ctrl + A to select the image, Ctrl + C to copy the image, then return to your original document and press Ctrl + V to paste the image, name this layer biker. Resize the image if [...]
In this Adobe Photoshop tutorial, we’re going to learn how to add a sparkle trail to a photo, using a custom Photoshop sparkle brush we’ll be creating. I got the idea for this tutorial after seeing the poster for an upcoming Dustin Hoffman/Natalie Portman movie, “Mr. Magorium’s Wonder Emporium”, but of course sparkle trails have [...]
This effect is based on the Smart Blur filter which, when applied with the highest settings values, it gives an illustrated look to the image. The Unsharp Mask filter is applied to give more contrast and saturation to the image in one single step.
Step 1 First of all you need your image.
In this Adobe Photoshop tutorial, we’re going to create a bit of an optical illusion, filling one photo with many smaller photos, or at least, many copies of a couple of smaller photos. The number of smaller photos you use for this effect is completely up to you. If you view the photo from a [...]
Aging a woman’s face in Photoshop.women age a little bit differently but since I’ve only aged female celebrities thus far, I’ll just focus on women for this tutorial. I’ll be using the image of Katie Holmes that I did for as an example.
Step 1 Open a new document. I used 800x600px. Look for a road photo on the Internet. The one I used can be downloaded here(http://tinypic.com/r/2nc3osg/3). After downloading, place the photo in your document.
Step 1 Open a new document in Photoshop. Since I want to create a wallpaper, my size is 1920×1200 pixels, but you can set up to the size of your desktop. Resolution is 72 pixels/inch, which is perfect while working on a computer destined project.
Step 1 Lets jump right in and get our document set up. Create a new document by choosing File>New from the Main Menu. My working file for this lesson will be 540px x 300px at 72ppi. If you’re following along at home I suggest you start with something similar so that the Layer Styles we [...]