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In this Photoshop photo effects tutorial, we’ll learn how to add colorizing effects to images using gradients Specifically, we’ll look at the Gradient Map image adjustment and how it allows us to apply different colors to different brightness levels in the image. We’ll see how easy it is to create our own custom gradients in Photoshop so we can colorize our images with any colors we choose. As always, we’ll be using the adjustment layer version of the Gradient Map so we avoid making any changes to the original photo, and so we can easily adjust the intensity of the effect when we’re done!
In this Photoshop tutorial, we’ll learn how layer blend modes make it easy to add a popular lens flare effect to a photo without making any permanent changes to our image. We’ll start by adding the lens flare normally to position it exactly where we want it, then we’ll undo the effect, add a new layer, re-apply the lens flare instantly using a handy keyboard shortcut, and finally, we’ll blend the lens flare into the image using one of Photoshop’s most common and widely used blend modes.
In this Photoshop tutorial, we’ll learn how to add lomo color effects to a photograph using Photoshop. In this tutorial we only use the bulit in plugins in Photoshop CS or later editions.
Cross-processing is developing color print or slide film in the wrong chemicals — for example, color negative film in slide chemicals or slide film by the color negative process. Not surprisingly, this causes wild color and contrast shifts and requires lots of trial and error. But for a period in the 1980s and 1990s, cross-processed images were very much the vogue, with Nick Knight’s fashion and studio work being arguably the most influential. As for subject matter, try fashion or portraiture, but there’s no need to restrict your imagination. I chose an elegant outdoor portrait shot — the skin tones and red lipstick look especially striking in cross-processed images.
Vintage or Retro is a culturally outdated or aged style, trend, mode, or fashion, from the overall postmodern past, that has since that time become functionally or superficially the norm once again. The use of “retro” style iconography and imagery interjected into post-modern art, advertising, mass media, etc. It generally implies a vintage of at least 15 or 20 years. Here we learn how to get vintage effect in a photo using different color values using Photoshop.
In this post i’ll show how to use color blending technique. This is a very simple and effective technique. I hope you will enjoy this tutorial. Its is very easy and you have blend the color with simple 4 steps.
In this tutorial you will learn how to create 0ld movie effect in just two minutes. This is a very simple and short technique. I hope you will enjoy this tutorial. Just 4 steps steps in photoshop to create this effect to your photograps.
This is a new version of our previous half sepia tutorial.Sepia gives an vintage looks to your picture. This version of the half sepia photo effect has higher contrast and works better for more photos.
In this easy-to-follow tutorial we will be learning a couple of quick tricks that converts every photo to a still from an indie movie using adjustments.
In this tutorial I will show you how to take an ordinary photo, and make it look like it’s a still from a movie. Now this photo is great as is, but its not so cinematic. So lets make it cinematic!
Motion Blur with Masks, This tutorial is to help you learn how to create the illusion of motion blur as easily as possible using masks and filters. This technique works great with pretty much any kind of sports photo.
Tutorial on how to made this one. It helps to create apply dramatic color correction to your photographs using photoshop with simple steps.
Follow this Photoshop tutorial to add a contemporary frosted pixel overlay to your photos.
Today we will have a photo edit tutorial and sure, it is simple and easy to follow as usual. I think you may see this in many music album CD cover and some artist poster or wallpaper. Ok, let’s start then.
A trend that is becoming more and more popular in Photography recently is a vintage/film/retro style. You can see examples in Urban Outfitters, Nylon Mag, Anthropologie, etc. One of the major elements in this style is the light leak. Some of you may remember the post a few months back about Light Leaks in Photography.
Digital tilt-shift effects can be digitally applied to a photo, to give it the appearance of being a miniature model. I’ve previously blogged a tilt-shift photo of South Perth. The photo below shows a ferry heading into South Perth, with the Perth city skyline in the background, and has been digitally tilt-shifted using the advanced technique described below.This blog entry provides details on how to easily apply a basic tilt-shift effect to a photo, as well as details on a more advanced technique (using Photoshop CS2) that provides more realistic-looking miniaturised tilt-shift photos.
In this Adobe Photoshop tutorial, we’re going to learn how to simulate the look of infrared photography in Photoshop. We’ll be taking a look at Photoshop’s Channels palette and seeing how to isolate a color channel as well as how to apply filters to color channels, we’ll be using adjustment layers, specifically the Channel Mixer adjustment layer to adjust how much impact each individual channel has on the image, we’ll be using a few different layer blend modes, adding some noise, and at the end, seeing how to bring some of the color from the original image back into the effect.
In this Photoshop tutorial on digital photo editing, we’re going to look at how to tint and enhance colors in a photo using Photoshop’s Photo Filter. If Photoshop’s Photo Filter isn’t one of the most widely used features in the program, it certainly deserves to be.
Not only is it easy to use, it’s the only feature in Photoshop that lets you choose colors simply by selecting color names from a list! It also has several valuable uses, one of which we’ve already looked at in a previous tutorial – Neutralizing Color Casts With The Photo Filter – and this time, we’re going to learn how to use it to tint and enhance colors in an image.
At its most basic level, the Photo Filter can be used to warm up or cool down the overall colors in a photo, but since we’re going to be using the adjustment layer version which comes with a built-in layer mask, we can combine multiple Photo Filters to tint and enhance specific areas of an image individually, which is what we’ll be doing in this tutorial.
The posing on this picture is great, but the first eye catcher of this image is the Dave Hill post processing look it has.
If you don’t know Dave Hill, please, sit back and treat yourself to an hour of fine photography. Dave is known for two things: You can not forget his portraits ones you’ve seen them – the visual impact is very strong. And you can not ignore his unique post processing look, what has become to be known as “The Dave Hill Look”.
Learn how to create a Motion Blur effect in Photoshop.
Photoshop Paint filters can be used give a painted look to your images. Here is a quick tutorial on how to accomplish the painted look. The goal of this design was to get a painted effect, that kept some of the realism of the original image still intact. The use of the default filters in Photoshop is usually discouraged among seasoned designers, because the effects are usually obvious, but if time is taken to customize and mix the filters, you can get some interesting effects.
In this tutorial author will tell you how to make a complete portrait retouch. You will know how to remove blemishes, retouch and enhance the skin, eyes, eyebrows, lips, as well as improve the highlight and shadow to make your picture look natural, vivid and beautiful. During this process many different techniques are shown and everything is explained in detail.
One Blend Mode Makes All The ‘Difference’ When Color Correcting Midtones 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.
In this tutorial we are going to create Vintage Photo Effect. This is very simple and quite effective tutorial, so all you need is Adobe Photoshop to create this effect. I hope you will enjoy this tutorial. Will do 9 steps to complete this tutorial.
In this tutorial I’m going to show you how to change a car colour in just 2 minutes . This is a very simple and short technique. I hope you will enjoy this tutorial.
Here this tutorial shows how to create weaved effect to a photograph using Photoshop in 11 simple steps.
Give your photos a nostalgic look with these three retro photo effects! This tutorial will show you how to create three photo effects using professional non-destructive editing techniques. You’ll learn the Photoshop recipes for creating a printed photo look, a photo effect very similar to the popular Instagram Nashville effect, and a warm nostalgic effect that can give your photos a warm sunset color effect.
Are you new to Photoshop? Have you been trying to teach yourself the basics of Photoshop but have found the amount of educational material available on the net a bit overwhelming? This tutorial is demonstrating everything you will need to know about blending images in Photoshop.
* Program: Adobe Photoshop CS5
* Difficulty: Beginner
* Estimated Completion Time: 7 Minutes
In this tutorial I will show you how to create a beautiful abstract artwork using light effects, a few fractal images, a custom brush and some cool post editing techniques. Enjoy.
Retouch your photos with these five easy photo effects! These Photoshop video tutorials will show you how to create some of the most popular photo effects using professional non-destructive editing techniques. You’ll need Photoshop CS4 or newer to follow these tutorials.
Make photos look dated with this easy color effect. In this tutorial, you will learn how to use the Match Color tool to alter the color of a photo.
In this tutorial you’ll learn how you can change light scene in your photography or photo manipulation to get dramatic atmosphere. I’ll also show you how you can use Channels to easily change sky, how you can use different filters to create dreamy effect and give you several tips on color adjustments. Let’s get started!
Learn how to give a squirrel a helmet and grenade launcher in Photoshop. This tutorial will also introduce you to the puppet warp tool in Photoshop CS5.
Learn how to add a high-contrast subculture look to any photo using Photoshop CS3’s Black & White adjustment layer. This photo effect mimics the harsh lighting effect commonly seen in urban portrait or fashion photography. This tutorial also provides an alternative way to mimic this effect for users using Photoshop CS2 or older.
Turn your mainstream photos into retro coolness. This Photoshop tutorial will show you how to apply a retro/lomo photo effect using professional non-destructive editing techniques. You’ll need Photoshop CS3 or newer to follow this tutorial.
Learn how to apply this abstract photo effect with Photoshop CS3. Your photos will have a high impact look and stronger focus.
Give your photos a grunge look with this popular Photoshop effect. Although this Photoshop effect is commonly referred as HDR photo effect, it is it can be done with regular, non-HDR photos.
Note: This photo effect is titled Gritty HDR due to the common use of the name and is not intended to be an accurate description of the effect. HDR means high dynamic range but this photo effect does not require the use of HDR (High Dynamic Range) photos. This effect is better described as a grungy tone mapping effect that can be done without the use of HDR images.
In this Photoshop tutorial, you will learn how to transform a photo into rusted metal art. Following this tutorial will also help you understand several Photoshop filters by teaching you how to create a rust and metal textures using a combination of those filters.
Create natural looking HDR tone mapped images in Photoshop with editable layers. This tutorial is an improved version of our Layered HDR Tone Mapping Photoshop tutorial from 2007. This new technique is capable of the same results but with a significantly smaller file size. We also added additional techniques to improve sharpness and contrast for a more realistic looking photo.
Learn how to make photos more dramatic with calm puddles. In this Photoshop tutorial, you will learn how to work with layers, transform tools, and layer masks to create photorealistic puddles.
You may have noticed that many clothing stores use images with the same photo effect that looks somewhat like Lomography. In this Photoshop tutorial, we’ll show you how to add the washed out Lomo effect to your photos using all adjustment layers.
Simulate the effect of old two-color Technicolor film. In this Photoshop tutorial, you will learn how to simulate the colors of two-color Technicolor film and apply color bleeding to photos.
Add drama to your photos with this photo-realistic rain effect. In this Photoshop tutorial, you will learn how to combine several Photoshop filters to add rain to your photo.
Simulate the effects of Fujifilm Velvia film. The Fujifilm Velvia film is a professional photography reversal film popular for its brighter colors and higher contrast. Like Velvia film, this Photoshop effect is great for landscape photos but may oversaturate skin tones.
Enhance dull photos soft contrast. This Photoshop effect enhances contrast and saturation. The soft contrast Photoshop effect is easy and quick. Follow the steps below to apply the soft contrast effect.
Follow this newly discovered method of simulating a polarizing filter with Adobe Photoshop that’s faster, easier, and more effective. Considered the most useful filter in Photography, a polarizing filter makes almost any image look better by absorbing glare to reduce or eliminate reflections and darken skies.
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. We’ll be using a simple filter and a displacement map to create the water ripple effect, and a Hue/Saturation adjustment layer to give our water a little color.
we regularly get two or more requests from readers for any help using Photoshop to convert a photo to a sketch — pencil, charcoal, conte, or other mediums. This is by far the very best tutorial we’ve seen to date — bar none! When we saw this technique in the Photoshop Photo Effects Cookbook we knew at once we had to share it with you!
You’ll never increase saturation the same way again after I teach you the ultimate technique to improve saturation with Photoshop. Follow this quick and easy Photoshop tutorial that anyone can do to make their photos look more vivid so much more naturally.