Make Parts of an Image Stand Out by Changing Focus
Depth of Field Control and Selective Focus with Photoshop
In this tutorial you will learn how to control depth of focus by blurring unwanted parts of an image and making the subject stand out better.
Portraits Retouch eyes
It's no wonder that the eyes are considered the window to the soul. They can give away your emotions and are, too many, a thing of beauty.
In the world of photography and Photoshop one of the most import things to do in a portrait shot is get the eyes in focus. The are instinctively the first thing we look at in a portrait shot, both of humans and animals. If you get the eyes out of focus it can ruin the shot. However if you get almost everything out of focus except the eyes the image can still work. In this second portraiture tutorial I will go through 4 ways to help you retouch the eyes to make them really stand out using Photoshop.
Quickly Changing colors in Lab mode
Changing colors in Lab mode is a great way to change colors without altering vital portions of your image. Many times, such as when you are using Curves, or a Hue/Saturation Adjustment Layer, when you change one color, it alters the other tones of your image. You will get colors in the shadow and highlight portions of your image. By changing colors in Lab mode, you can change the tones of an image, while leaving the lightness and shadows untouched.
Grayscale and color combination to make image standout
Today we will learn how to make a Color Stand Out in Photoshop. We will firstly take a wallpaper , then we will work on layer masks and other useful techniques related this tutorial.
Remove object from an image by cloning parts
The tutorial with parrots shows how to remove an object from an image by cloning parts of the background with the Chameleon Brush. Now we will look at the creative possibilities of the Clone Stamp tool.
Change Focus of an Image Without a High Powered Camera
In this easy tutorial I will run you through very few steps on how to change the focus of an image you have taken with a regular camera.
Understanding Focus Modes
Understanding focus modes is key to getting the photo that you want in a hurry – it's the difference between the photo being in focus and out of focus. You've probably struggled to focus in the past and not been entirely sure why it just won't lock on exactly what you want it to, but don't fear, this post will tell you everything you need to make sure you never lose focus again.
How To Create An Abstract Freestyle Image In Photoshop
In this easy to follow Photoshop tutorial,we are going to create an abstract Freestyle Image using textures and your Lasso tool. Ill be explaining in detail on how I used Photoshop's tools to achieve the final effect, also I will add some extra tips on how you can make your work stand out and look more special.
Adobe Photoshop Tutorial: How to cut out parts of an image and make them transparent.
Make Text Stand Out
It's easy to put text on a monotone background and have it stand out. However, when the background is multi-coloured, it becomes much harder to find a font style that will be easily readable.
A simple crop
Learn to remove unwanted parts of an image, to rotate an image and to expand the canvas area.
Creating Two Versions of Soft Focus
Giving a photograph a soft-focus look can change the atmosphere of the image; but it can look romantic or more sinister depending how the effect is applied.
Photo-Manipulating an Image Into a Realistic Night Scene
We're going to make an original photo-manipulation by using objects of only one image. We’ll learn to use guides to make it ourselves more easy. I will teach you all how to create realistic lighting and the use of the right perspective. We'll also be changing the purpose of an object and using Adjustment Layers to finish it all up. What you do need is a basic knowledge of Photoshop and entire knowledge of the Pen Tool for this tutorial.
Create Your Own Graffiti Wallpaper
In this Photoshop tutorial, you will learn how to create your own abstract graffiti wallpaper using the Pen tool and custom shapes. You'll also learn how to make it stand out by adding shadows and changing the perspective of the graffiti.
Learn how to blur the background of your image and trick people into thinking you bought one of those expensive cameras because of the depth you create with this image.
Working with Layers in Photoshop
In Photoshop, layers are used to work on individual parts of an image while not affecting other parts. You might say that layers are like transparency papers stacked on top of one another which can be repositioned and separately drawn on without disturbing each other.
Creating Focus with Radial Blur
In this tutorial you'll learn how a simple radial blur around your main subject can help center the focus of the image.
It only takes a few seconds to crop your images, so as to better focus on the subject matter and eliminate unwanted bits. Focus on the subject matter, and get in as close as you can. This not only makes the image look better, but it reduces the file size as well.
Create a Depth of Field for Your Photos
Sometimes after taking a photo, you may look at it and wish that you would have changed your F-Stop on your camera so you could have that nice in focus isolation of your subject, but everything else is a bit blurry. This type of effect can really make your subject stand out and can turn an ordinary photo into something quite nice. Alas, there is a way to manipulate this in Photoshop. Learn how to create a blurry background for your photos.
Changing Color in Photoshop
Sometimes in post production you will want to change the colors of an object in your photos. Photoshop has a number of tools that you can use to change the color in an image, and in this post I’ll show you some of these which you can use without having to make a selection on the image.