In the world of Photoshop, some effects are timeless classics. Turning a portrait photo into a sketch is one of them. With just a few simple clicks, any portrait can be turned into a beautiful drawing, and any photographer can feel like an accomplished graphic artist.
In this tutorial, Steve Patterson from Photoshop Essentials guides you step by step as you learn how to easily convert any portrait into a black and white pencil sketch with Photoshop. But it doesn’t end there. Steve also shows you three easy ways to colorize the sketch, first using the photo’s original colors, then using a single color, and finally, you’ll learn how to colorize your sketch using a gradient! As always, Steve explains every step along the way so everyone can follow along.
Bring Out the Best in Every Image with Photoshop
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Efficient And Effective Retouching Techniques To Use Again And Again. There are countless ways to edit every image, but there are some specific techniques you can use that will guarantee you are always retouching efficiently and effectively.
In Bring Out the Best in Every Image with Photoshop on-demand class, Chris Orwig will introduce a range of photographic case studies and discuss changes that will make each photograph stronger. Each project will begin with a raw file and an evaluation of what needs to be done to make the image better. You will explore which tools can be used to accomplish that vision and add polish to the project. You’ll consider new methods of retouching, improving light, enhancing color, selections, selective adjustments, and sharpening.