With so much natural variation, hair can be one the most challenging things to style and recreate in Photoshop. Not anymore! We break down some simple techniques that will help you shape, fill in, and paint new, realistic hair in minutes.
Learn how to make a subject levitate over water, add their reflection below, and then use a Displacement Filter to match the rippled texture. Follow along and get some useful tips for compositing, coloring, and recreating textures.
When there is a need to replace a window in Photoshop, or bringing part of one photo into another, it is absolutely necessary that you match the colors and perspective to make it look like it belongs there.
The Step and Repeat command is one of the coolest secrets Photoshop has to offer. You won’t need this feature every time you open Photoshop, but when you are creating Patterns, there is no better Tool.
Make the most out of export presets in Lightroom to save yourself a ton of time. Create presets for things like instagram, print, and web to eliminate the hassle of adjusting export settings for every image.
Take any design and transform it into a realistic tattoo! Learn to use Filters to add natural variation to lines, follow the shape and form of a body using the Liquify Tool and Smudge Tool, and add realistic shading using our exclusive custom brush!
The Patch Tool is one of the best ways to remove large objects from a photo in Photoshop! Learn how to select distractions and replace them with textures that blend in seamlessly with the rest of an image.
Anyone can learn the fundamentals of how a camera works. As you do, you will become more well-equipped to discover your creativity through photography. Master ISO with the PHLEARN team and Star Wars LEGO!
Learning how to create custom Brushes in Photoshop is a skill that will benefit many images. In this tutorial, we show you how to make a selection around a bird and promote it onto a new document in order to create the Brush.
Edit 100+ photos in minutes! Learn to make adjustments to exposure, copy edits from one image to another, and save custom adjustment brushes to edit more efficiently – all while keeping the client’s goals in mind!
By duplicating the image multiple times and using blending modes like Screen and Overlay, we’re able to alter different parts of the image separately using layer masks to make sure it looks the way we want it to.