Ever wanted to link two objects together in Photoshop so that they seem to
weave in and
out of each other, kind of like the Olympic rings? Well, it's
easier than you might think! In this
tutorial, you'll learn how to create
this linking effect in just a couple very easy steps.
Today's tip is a two-for-one for those of you who want to know how to
extract a person
from an image. After learning how to do this, you'll also
learn how to turn that person into a statue in
just a few simple steps.
Want to make your motorcycle photo gallery a little more exciting by adding
a little smoke to your pictures? In this video tutorial, you'll learn how to
create smoke in Photoshop using filters
and blending modes.
Today's video is a relatively simple tip on two different ways to create a vignette for your photographs. A vignette is basically a soft-edged border
around a photograph. Enjoy!
Creating text that follows a path in Photoshop is an extremely simple
process. In this tutorial, you'll learn how to create a circle of text using selections, paths, and, of course, the text tool.
I'll give you three guesses as to what you'll be learning in this tutorial! If you guessed that
you're going to learn how to create your own photorealistic tennis ball in Photoshop, then you're absolutely right!
Ever wanted to take a panorama but couldn't find
your wide angle lens? In this video tutorial, you'll learn how to
make a panoramic image out of a few separate images
using a little recoloring, retouching and blending.
How many of you just convert your images from
RGB to grayscale when you want to create
a black and
white image? How many of you turn to your Hue/Saturation adjustments and completely desaturate the image? Well, in
this video, you'll learn how to take control of your black
and white images in a much more effective way.
All across the internet, you'll find flashy logos
and text effects with a glossy white reflection across the top of the graphic. There are many ways to achieve an effect
like this in Photoshop, and in
this tutorial, LearnFlash.com
trainer Craig Campbell shows you his preferred method of creating just such a reflection.
One of the most underappreciated tools for beginners in Photoshop is the brush tool. Most beginners think that this tool is simply used to paint round or square strokes onto the canvas. These
same beginners would be shocked to learn that you can very easily create an entire
field of grass using only the brush tool. In this tutorial, Craig Campbell from LearnFlash.com will show you how to use
brush shapes and brush dynamics to create your own grassy meadow in Photoshop.
Realistic lightning seems like it would be difficult
and time-consuming to create in Photoshop. But it is much simpler than you might think. In this tutorial, LearnFlash.com
trainer Craig Campbell shows you how to use a few filters
and tonal adjustments in order to achieve a very realistic
lightning effect that will look a little bit different every time
you attempt it.
One of the most widely used text effects in
Photoshop design is the plastic text effect.
hundreds of different plastic effects you could come with, and in this tutorial,
Craig Campbell from LearnFlash.com
will show you just one of many ways to add some plasticky
depth to your text.
Sometimes it is necessary to make an image a little brighter. Sometimes it is necessary to
make it a little darker.
But what if you need to do both? Or what if you only need
to brighten up a
small portion of an image, perhaps where
there are some dark shadows? In this tutorial, LearnFlash.
com trainer Craig Campbell will show you how to use Photoshop's Shadow/Highlight tool to bring out the shadows
and calm down the highlights all in one simple step.
Photoshop is an amazing graphics program, and with it, you can create some very
photorealistic graphics. In this tutorial, for example, you will learn how to create an antique map with holes and burned edges. This tutorial
would also be great for creating antique hand-written letters.
In this tutorial, you'll learn how to take an ordinary
piece of script text and transform it into a
semi-transparent ribbon in just two simple steps. This tutorial would also work for a
very simple shape that you might want to turn into a logo or something like that.
Want to blot out your ex-boyfriend or ex-girlfriend's face from an otherwise perfectly good picture? In today'stutorial, you'll learn how to censor parts of an image in just a couple of very simple steps in Photoshop.
In a previous tip, we talked about how to make a simple reflection effect for a logo. But it gets a little more complicated if you're trying to create a reflection for a 3-dimenisional object, such as a box. In this tutorial, you'll learn how to perform the transformations necessary in
order to make a very effective 3D reflection effect.
If you've ever tried to take a flash photograph of a framed picture straight-on, you've
probably noticed that it's impossible to do so without planting a large reflection of the flash right in
the center of the picture. In this tutorial, you'll
learn how to avoid that unwanted reflection by taking
picture from an angle and then adjusting the picture using perspective cropping.