In this tutorial, Glyn Dewis will show you how you can add mood and atmosphere to your pictures, using colour and a little know feature, Photoshop Lookup tables.Basically Color Lookup Tables are just that, a table of predefined colors that can be applied to an image, replacing in a controlled way the colors of the destination image. It is widely… Read the full article.
In this tutorial, follow along during a photoshoot where Aaron Nace’s head gets black liquid poured on. Aaron then takes the image into Photoshop for finishing touches to get the proper lighting to black out his own eyes. The key to making a black eye ball look believable in Photoshop is lighting. Be sure your subject is facing a large… Read the full article.
In this tutorial, talented photographer and instructor Peter McKinnon is going over some techniques to make your photos pop, stand out and generally just look better, fast! If you are looking for ways to step up your editing game and enter the ring with photoshop, this video is for you!
Symmetry is all around us in nature, and as human beings, we can’t get enough of it. Symmetry brings math, science and art together in a way that captures both our eye and our imagination. The most basic form of symmetry is Reflection Symmetry, also known as Mirror Symmetry, where one half of something is a perfect mirror reflection of… Read the full article.
Photographs are timeless. In fact, it’s often our old, weathered and faded photographs that we treasure the most. Snapshots from a bygone era fill our hearts with nostalgia and romantic notions of how much simpler life must have been. While today’s digital cameras continue to amaze us with their technology, there’s still something magical and irreplaceable about old, vintage photographs…. Read the full article.
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.