Portrait Photoshop Tutorials: Photo, A great way to capture memory. Photo can share many messages. Photo can be a great element for fun. More or less we all share photo in many Social media. We all have many photo of our own or our friends and family. But some time we need to edit them. Some time only for fun and some time for some other reason like removing a person from photo who shouldn’t be there. Most of the time we don’t know how to do that. But this isn’t a hard task. You can do this very easily by your own. Just need some practice and some time and you can edit your photo perfectly. You will find that photo editing is a very enjoyable. So lets see some tutorials to find how to edit your photo perfectly.
Written by Steve Patterson. In this Photoshop Effects tutorial, we’ll learn how to truly make a picture worth a thousand words by adding a different shadow behind someone in a photo, as if to imply that the person in the photo is one day going to become the image in the shadow. Or maybe they really are the image in the shadow but they manage to keep it hidden from everyone, sort of a “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” scenario. Or, as in the case with the image I’ll be using in this tutorial, perhaps the person is imagining themselves as the image in the shadow.
Written by Steve Patterson. Photoshop CC (Creative Cloud) brings with it lots of exciting new features, including the brand new Camera Raw Filter that lets us apply any or all of Camera Raw’s powerful image editing abilities as a filter to any layer we want in our Photoshop document! What’s more, Camera Raw (and the Camera Raw Filter) in Photoshop CC includes new features of its own, like the amazing Radial Filter. In this tutorial, we’ll learn how the Radial Filter can be used to add highly customizable, creative vignette effects to your images!
In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to add a realistic water reflection to an image. There’s a lot of steps but it’s actually an an easy effect to create and you can add it to any photo you like (although it tends to work best with photos that don’t already contain water in them). To create the water ripples portion of the effect, we’ll be using a couple of Photoshop’s filters, including the Displace filter where we’ll get to make and use a displacement map to bend and distort the image into shape. And new in this CS6 version of the tutorial, we’ll be using Smart Filters to keep much of the effect fully editable even after we’re done!
In this tutorial we will add reflections to sunglasses with Photoshop. The techniques used here are pretty simple so the beginners shouldn’t have any problems.
In this Photoshop tutorial you will learn how to remove a person from a photo.
Last week tutorial got a lot of feedback and so here you have a new tutorial now using clone tool. In this Photoshop tutorial you will learn how to remove a person from an image and recreate the background to look very natural.
For most of Photoshop’s lifetime, converting color photos to black and white has left many people feeling blue. Sure, there’s been quick and easy ways to go about it, like simply desaturating the image or converting it to Grayscale, but these methods gave us no control over the process, leaving Photoshop to throw away color information any way it saw fit, and the results were usually less than spectacular.
In this tutorial, I’ll show you how easy it is to use Photoshop to replace the sky of one photo with the sky from another. This may just be to make a photo more interesting, but it could also save a photo with an underexposed sky that is pure white in parts.
In this Photoshop tutorial you will learn a neat grungy photo effect using a variety of Photoshop filters and image adjustments.
If there’s one photo effect that you absolutely have to know how to create, it’s the vintage, cross processed look.
The cross processed look comes from a old photography technique where you’d develop film in the wrong type of chemicals, which creates color shifts and changes in contrast.
In this easy, step-by-step tutorial I´m going to show you how to create fashion contrast photo effect in a few minutes. This tutorial will be useful for designers who are doing professional fashion photo editing.
In this video, I’ll show you a very simple yet powerful technique for selective contrast of your images. You’re going to see not only how to selectively increase the contrast of your image, but also learn how to avoid saturating your image when increasing the contrast in a few simple steps.
It’s true. Women spend a lot of time getting ready. That is because the makeup application process is quite tedious and time-consuming. The physical process of applying makeup involves concealing blemishes and painting the face with rich colors. In many ways, the process mirrors that of digital retouching techniques. In this tutorial, we will explain how to apply makeup digitally using many of the same techniques that women use to apply physical makeup to their own faces. Let’s get started!
In this tutorial, we will demonstrate how to add a dramatic rain effect to a photo in Photoshop. While rain effects are not new to Photoshop, we will go a step further and show how to make the image more photorealistic by adding reflections and small puddles. Let’s get started!
In this tutorial, I will show you how to spice up a fairly dull and flat photograph. It’s very easy and fast! Go from flat photo to a uniquely lit style.
There are lots of tutorials on the Web that claim to achieve a realistic tattoo effect. Usually these tutorials instruct the user to import an image they want to use as a tattoo and to set it to overlay. Out of experience I can say that this does NOT look like a tattoo. It looks like…well…an overlayed image.
In this tutorial, I will show you a nondestructive process for color-editing and retouching photographs. These techniques will make your images “finished” and professional. My main weapon is the Selective Color adjustment layer. Let’s get started.
In this Photoshop tutorial I\’m going to show you how to create a cool photo effect while you learn a thing or two about gradient masks, and a few stock Photoshop filters.
Written by Steve Patterson. In this photo retouching tutorial, we’ll learn how to boost the contrast and color saturation of an image in Photoshop using what’s called aluminosity mask, a little-known trick for selecting pixels in an image based on their luminosity, or lightness, values.
Here’s a super-simple technique for enhancing the most important bits of any portrait: the eyes. It’s a quick and painless way to make the eyes really stand out and take on a slightly sultry and burning look. To illustrate, we’ll use a photo of a beautiful woman culled from the vast database over at iStockphoto.com.
Create an advertisement about LASIK laser eye surgery. In this Photoshop tutorial, you’ll be manipulating a photo of an eye to create a LASIK flap and learn techniques for drawing transparent objects.
With some simple brushing techniques, and a bit of color tweaking, you can spice up your photos with this flaming hair tutorial.
In this Photoshop Effects tutorial, we’re going to look at how to recreate the same color and motion blur effect used in the movie poster for the biggest action movie of the 2007 summer, the Bourne Ultimatum. We’ll be using Photoshop’s Hue/Saturation adjustment layer to colorize the image using a color I’ve sampled directly from the poster itself.