Combining two or more photos in Photoshop seems to be somewhat confusing for beginners. Not only because it involves cutting and positioning an image, but also because you have to know how to handle different files in the work area. In this tutorial by Colin Smith from Photoshop Cafe, you will learn how to combine photos using 3 different methods.
Removing unwanted items from an image is one of the most common uses of Photoshop. It may look like a complex task, but it will surprise you that it doesn’t take expert skills to make unwanted objects vanish from your photos. In this tutorial, Kelvin Pimont from Kelvin Designs will show you how to remove ANYTHING in Adobe Photoshop. The… Read the full article.
You can easily make stuff float on photos by searching for a stock image, cutting the object and pasting it in a layer of your psd file. There are millions of drawbacks in using that technique, being the correct lighting and the getting the exact object the main ones. In this video tutorial by Patrick McKinnon, you will learn, in… Read the full article.
In this tutorial by kelvin Pimont from Kelvin Designs, you will learn how to transform dull photographs that lack impact into more dramatic and colorful images. Kelvin will show you how to select areas and make local adjustments to colors and contrast to make the colors pop and make a more impactful photo. If you want to master Photoshop’s color… Read the full article.
Labels and graphics on clothing can be distracting or unwanted in a photograph. Clients will often want logos removed – especially if they are from a competing brand. Sometimes it is better to remove them completely. Usually, logos are placed over textures and patterns on clothing. These textures need to be replaced when removing a logo using different Photoshop retouching… Read the full article.
Interested in the new ON1 Photo RAW workflow? Check out this free eBook from professional photographer Colby Brown. There are thousands of video tutorials and eBooks out there that focus on how to use a specific photo editing application, but very few talk about why you should make certain edits to your images. This eBook gives you valuable insight into… Read the full article.
Too often, we hear photographers lament about how they missed the Golden Hour, or how they wish they could have photographed a place in the middle of a blizzard. Sure, nothing beats being in the actual moment with the perfect weather condition. However, that doesn’t mean that you can’t use some imagination, creativity, and nifty Photoshop skills to create the… Read the full article.
Retouching a photo is a complex task. Or not. It depends on many factors. Sometimes you need only a quick retouching because the original image is great and you just want only to enhance certain features or apply specific little retouches to it. Colin Smith from PhotoshopCafe will show you in this tutorial one of the oldest trick for quick… Read the full article.
The Sin City movies are modern masterpieces that reimagine the film noir genre from the 40s and 50s. They use black and white imagery with low key lighting to creating striking pictures with high contrast between light and shadow. In this tutorial, talented Photoshop artist Chris Spooner, from Spoon Graphics, will show you some techniques to transform your static photographs… Read the full article.
In this tutorial by Andrei Oprinca from RetutPro, you will learn how you can change someone’s eye color. It isn’t so hard these days with the new tools Adobe is constantly adding to Photoshop. Simply apply a selective color adjustment layer and add a mask and fix or change the eye color. Watch the tutorial below and see how easy… Read the full article.
Creating a photographic caricature of a person, regularly a friend or a relative, is simpler than it looks at first sight. In this tutorial, talented Photoshop artist Chris Spooner, from Spoon Graphics, will take you through the process of creating a realistic cartoon character effect from a photograph. Since the base image is a photo, you won’t have to draw… Read the full article.
Bringing vintage photos into life is fun, especially if it involves old family pictures and portraits. Your first attempts probably were a mess. Don’t worry, it’s not that simple without the proper knowledge, but it isn’t a complex task either. In fact, after watching this video tutorial chances are that you’ll become a serial colorizer. John Shaver from Photoshop Video… Read the full article.
In this photoshop Tutorial, you will learn how to add light leaks to your photos using gradient fill layers. This effect is really simple and easy to adjust for your own photo to add some interesting lighting. If you want to try different kinds of light leaks effects, then take a look at this professional light leaks Photoshop Premium Action… Read the full article.
The film strip effect allows you to frame your images in a creative way, with a retro look. In this Tutorial by Justin Odisho you will learn how to create a film strip collage photo or portrait in a few easy steps using Adobe Photoshop.
At first sight, coloring a photo looks like a daunting task. But it isn’t nearly as hard as you might think. In fact, it can be effectively achieved in a couple of simple steps. In this Photoshop tutorial by Marty Geller from Blue Lightning TV you will learn how to colorize and hand-tint black and white photos.
Often times you might want to change the nail color of your subject. Maybe you want to try a color that would better fit the overall image. There’s a very simple but effective solution for you! In this tutorial by Aaron Nace from Phlearn, you will learn how to color nail polish in Photoshop.
In this episode, talented photographer and instructor Serge Ramelli will show you how to use the new Wedding Toolkit he just released to add flares and light leaks to your wedding photos creating strong emotion. Photography means writing with light, and by improving the light you can make your photography even more awesome. This can be applied to any portrait… Read the full article.
This Photoshop tutorial by Marty Geller from Blue Lightning TV will show you how to transform your photos into a beautiful, color-grid, mosaic graphics. Don’t worry if you have limited Photoshop skills, this tutorial is quite easy and for everyone.
Here is a fun tutorial. Colin Smith from Photoshop Cafe is going to show you how to wrap your photographs onto a 3D cube. Don’t worry if you have never done 3D before, this is really easy. These instructions are for CS6 Extended (Standard doesn’t include the 3D or video tools) or all versions of Photoshop CC. Have fun!
Create a beautiful magical Christmas artwork of a calendar with a snowy landscape and some fairy dust and sparkles in Photoshop. Read tutorial at Alfoart…
Create a magical surreal christmas sceene with a flying santa and a beautiful winterscape in Photoshop Read tutorial at Alfoart…
In this Photoshop tutorial by Marty Geller from Blue Lightning TV you will learn how to make an object, animal or person look as if it’s popping out from a photo for a beautiful frame effect.
This Photoshop tutorial will teach you how to transform photos into a variety of different sized, jig-saw puzzles using Adobe’s FREE jig-saw puzzle plugin. Also, I’ll show you how to create a cool, retro pattern for its background!