In this video tutorial by Andrei Oprinca you will learn some of the techniques the author used to make vampire teeth in Photoshop, how to make evil eyes and how to use bloody stock images. Download work files here…
Zombies. Bath Salts. End of the world, apocalypse mumbo jumbo. No matter how you put it, it’s what people have on their mind at one point or another. And finally I’ve made the time to create a rather in-depth tutorial on how you can turn yourself into a zombie! Download work files here…
In this tutorial you are going turn an ordinary pumpkin into a frightening Halloween jack-o-lantern. You are going to create this image by taking advantage of layer styles and adjustment layers. You will be covering a lot in this video so rewind the video, and give a second look at the techniques if you get confused.
As autumn approaches in much of the world, we know that many artists are beginning to think about Halloween, especially artists that live in the U.S. In this tutorial, we will explain how to create slimy, gooey, and drippy Halloween typography in Photoshop. We will then incorporate that typography into a poster design. Let’s get started!
Learn how manipulate a regular portrait photo into a mystic lady photo manipulation! This Photoshop tutorial will teach you the steps to retouching skin, adding eye and lip makeup, warping a gown over the subject, and finishing it up with many mystical effects.
Some time ago I had posted an article showing how to create a smoke effect in photoshop, and to achieve that I used a photo of smoke and some photoshop filters. However, some people had said at the time that I should have done the smoke as well and it¥s exactly what I will show on this post right now.
This Photoshop CS6 tutorial provides tips for working within the Layers panel, including arranging and hiding layers, keyboard shortcuts, and more. Watch more at Photoshop CS6 One-on-One: Fundamentals course presented by lynda.com author Deke McClelland. The complete Photoshop CS6 One-on-One: Fundamentals course has a total duration of 6 hours and 40 minutes, and covers the image editing process from the very beginning, including discussion of the progresses, concepts, and techniques that every photographer or graphic designer should know.
This Photoshop CS6 tutorial discusses how to use the Vibrance tool, including how to make color balance adjustments. This specific tutorial is just a single movie from chapter eight of the Photoshop CS6 One-on-One: Fundamentals course presented by lynda.com author Deke McClelland. The complete Photoshop CS6 One-on-One: Fundamentals course has a total duration of 6 hours and 40 minutes, and covers the image editing process from the very beginning, including discussion of the progresses, concepts, and techniques that every photographer or graphic designer should know.
Time lapse videos are often not the first choice to learn Photoshop. And that’s ok. You will never learn tips or techniques with time lapse or speed paint videos. But you will certainly learn a thing or two about workflow. And, believe me, it brings down to earth the working process of complex artworks that otherwise would seem impossible to figure out. Just sit, relax, and watch these awesome time lapse videos from talented Photoshop Artists.
There are a lot of free textures around the web. You can find some excellent free textures at this site here… This list of tutorials will show you how to give a highly creative use to those textures, merging them into your artwork in many ways.
In fact, it’s so easy that even an absolute beginner can apply beautiful color effects just by following this short tutorial.
Without getting into too much technical details, a color look-up table (CLUT) is a mechanism, used mainly in video or photography, to transform a range of input colors into another range of colors. While difficult to create, the Color Lookup Tables are very easy to apply and Adobe has provided a nice amount of pre loaded tables for you to use on your photos.
Let’s open our base image. You can download this one here. If you plan to use this image in a commercial work, just be sure to read the usage rights in the download page. Photo By Joel Bedford via StockPholio.com
Click on the Adjustment Layers icon at the bottom right of the Layers palette and select Color Lookup from the menu.
The Color Lookup Palette will open up and you will see several options. Don’t worry about those options, we will only concentrate on the pre-built tables.
Just click on the pulldown menus and select the table you want. Always click on the pulldown menu and not on the radio buttons or you will be prompted to load a table to your list. Since we will be using the default tables, this is not necessary.
In this example we will start with one of my favorites, the Horror Blue table.
And that’s it! With just a single click we applied an awesome color effect without messing around with curves, levels and other complex techniques.
In this tutorial by Phlearn.com you will learn how to use smoke, fog, and steam as a fun and easy way to add a special interest to a photo. You can do this by photographing smoke and using blending modes to transport it onto another photo.
This list of tutorials by Bob Gager, Group Product Manager for Photoshop Elements, will get you ready to easily create great photo effects and retouching techniques in Photoshop Elements. Click on the images to watch each video tutorial.
In this tutorial I’ll show you a really simple effect that together with good photography can be used to make gorgeous results. We’re going to compose a room using photos of objects. This room can then be used in Flash to build a website, or simply as a graphic.