In most cases, using the Color Ranges that exist naturally in a photo will help to bring out the best in the image. In this image we focus on adding orange to the top of the image and green to the bottom.
We came across this tutorial by Juan Melara that shows how to get the Colors often seen in summer blockbuster movies. Today we’re going to show you how to achieve a very similar affect on your images with techniques that can be used in Photoshop.
Have you ever seen a profile picture that is cropped to show just one subject, but the hands of someone else are awkwardly still there? In today’s episode we show you the Tools to remove your ex-boyfriend in Photoshop!
Our goal is to take a flat image and make it look like it wraps around the subject’s Face and blend the images together to make the effect realistic. This part one of two episodes teaching how to make cracked Skin in Photoshop.
A double Exposure is traditionally done using a film camera by taking two different photos on the same Exposure of film. The images will combine in unique ways, giving you the “double exposure” effect.
Have you ever really needed to extend the Background of your image, but not wanted to spend hours with the Clone Stamp tool? If so, today’s episode is for you! Learn How to Stretch Images Using Content Aware Scale!
Remove any Tattoo with these tricks. We start with a rough removal using the spot healing brush tool and then we use the brush tool to sample and paint color back in place. We finish things off with adding texture back on the skin.