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Old paper effect in Photoshop. 1 Start by opening a new file. I've used a small one in this example (about 250 x 150). Set the foreground color to a medium/light brown ...
This tutorial will show you how to make dreaming effect 1 Open the image you would like to make dreamy. This effect works best with photographs. 2 Right click on the layer with your image, and select Duplicate Layer. Call the layer dream. Next we are going to blur this layer : filter > blu...
So now that we have an image to work with, lets make it look old and worn. The first step deals with adding the sepia tone to the image. This can be accomplished with minimal steps and is very simple. These initial s...
As I have some fun on the bulletin boards, toying with photographs, I often see people who have the interest in doing the same type of photo manipulation but do not have the initial know-how to get them started. ...
To begin, I have an image I would like to put in a bubble. I also have an image I will use for reflections: We will use the latter image later in the tutorial/ Before we can make my son float away, we need a bubble to place him into. Here comes the fun part! Create a new image. Her...
In this tutorial I will demonstrate how to place a person inside an image using the "paste into" command. You can use this technique to achieve all kinds of convincing photomanipulation tricks. ...
The most popular way to cut out, or "mask" an object is to use the lasso tool. That's fine, but if you want to be a baller, you will use the pen tool and create "vector masks." Vector masks have two major advantages:
1) You can edit them after you've drawn them.
2) You don't lose...
Well here you will be taught how add realistic blood to a pic. 1) Open the picture that you want to blood to. This is the one i used 2) Next pick the lasso tool and make a outline of where you want it to be. MAKE SURE it is...
This tutorial will show you a quick and simple way to make a picture look like it's been taken through a nightvision camera. Let's get started. First you need a picture. I've used a screenshot from Splinter Cell that looks like this: As you may know nightvision uses sort of a green fi...
1. Grab your picture, here I'm using the lovely (almost 18) Olsen Twins.. 2. Go to IMAGE > ADJUSTMENTS > THRESHOLD and move the slider untill you have something that looks like mine. You'll get the hang off it after a few tries.. it's not that hard ...