There is a lot of backlash at the moment against over-edited images, but sometimes, you just need a little touch up here or there to reflect what you usually look like. With Photoshop, and other image editing apps like GIMP, it’s simple to do. I’m going to work in Photoshop but you should be able to follow along with any image editor–just use the equivalent tools and shortcuts.
If you ask me the algorithm behind Patch tool, I have no idea. But, I do know that whatever it is, it works like a charm. To prove this, I am going to remove 3 moles from this beautiful lady’s face. I know that those moles are adding beauty to her, but for the sake of this tutorial, let’s remove them. As usual, before we proceed, let me show you before and after images.
Creating custom brushes in Adobe Photoshop is as simple as finding the right stock. In this quick video, learn how to create an easy floral brush as well as how to customize the brush settings in Adobe Photoshop.
Learn how to emotional photo manipulation of an underwater dreamscape with Photoshop. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create a fantasy underwater scene, place a girl in the dreamscape, then complete it with some bubbles. Throughout the tutorial, you’ll learn techniques that will help you create better matte paintings and photo manipulations.
In this tutorial we’re going to create a surreal photo manipulation of a man watching what looks to be a magical portal to another world. This will take you through all the process with explanation at every step. Now… Shall we begin?
Retro style always remains trendy as it inspires artists and designers with its subtle palettes and smooth shapes. In this tutorial we’ll be creating a set of retro media icons in Affinity Designer, using basic shapes and modifying them with the help of the Operations panel. We’ll be working with gradient fills, adding a retro touch by using Noise. Let's get started!
In Photoshop, you don't need to fill an outline manually, stroke by stroke—you can use the Paint Bucket Tool to fill it with one click. However, there's one problem here. If your outline is not 100% hard, there's always a gap between the outline and the filling. But it can be easily fixed!
How to make a realistic lens flare in Photoshop. This non destructive method uses a little trick to make your lens flares realistic, accurate and easy! Add a nice flavor to your photos.
This Photoshop CC tutorial shows you how to apply a realistic airbrush effect. This effect is used in many magazines today.
Before you start creating our text mockup, download and install the font and also download the background. We will use the blue background from the Tutorial Assets as our document background. It is a 2000 x 3000 px JPG file. Go to File > Open and open the blue-background.jpg.
In today’s post, Jeff will show you how to remove background in Photoshop using the magic wand tool. So when you have something like this where you go this solid color and you want to select it so you that you can then invert it to select the object, you can use the magic wand tool.
In this Adobe Photoshop lesson you will learn how to create a golden leaf foil texture from scratch. To create the golden texture we'll need to apply multiple Photoshop filters combined. It is important to keep the same order for the filters and also to apply the right color gradients. We'll create a golden foil texture and also an aluminium foil texture.
In today’s retouching video, I teach you three ways to Dodge and Burn. These are simple techniques and are ideal for beginners using Photoshop.
In this tutorial, I will show you how to create the Banksy-style stencil graffiti effect in Photoshop. We will achieve this effect by using adjustment layers and blending modes in creative ways.
Learn how to simulate star filters from scratch using a creative technique that doesn’t require any textures or brushes. This effect works on night photos and is a great way to make them more interesting. You’ll learn how to isolate the bright lights in your photos, turn those bright light spots to stars using motion blur and do it all with smart objects and filters.
The goal of this tutorial is to achieve a glamorous Patrick Nagel-style illustration; keep that in mind when choosing your photo. It does not need to be high-res, but enough to distinguish body parts. Take this part of the process very seriously. Choosing the right photo can make or break the outcome of your final piece.
This episode covers how to create a super easy star diffusion effect. There’s multiple ways to create this fun effect. This way is one of the easiest ways but yet very effective and works really well with portraits and landscapes.
This episode teaches you how to apply an effective dragan effect in a few very simple steps.
Learn how to give your image more visual impact by masking out some of the color cast. This will give you greater control over what you want—and don't want—the color cast to affect in your image. Watch the video below to see how it's done.
In this tutorial, I'll show you how to create a fantasy snail carrying a house. First, we'll build the basic scene using two moss images. Later, we'll import the snail and make its ivy shell. After that, we'll add the window, door, mushrooms, chimney, smoke and lamp and blend them together using adjustment layers, masking, and brushes.