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Editor's Pick in Photoshop Tutorials, March 2006
A steaming hot pizza will convince any client that the food is fresh. See how easy creating the smoking effect is.
Open an image of a car. Here is mine:
Make a new layer above the car layer and fill it with black. Your layers should look like this:
Now go to Filter>Render>Lens Flare and make a Lens flare 105mm Prime with 100% Brightness.
Create a new layer, 1000x1000 pixels, black background.
Make a new layer. Using the eliptical marquee tool, draw a large circle in the middle of the layer and fill it with white. With a white paintbursh, draw on the same layer the form of the future seal; here is mine:
Make a new document, 1000x1000 pixels, white background.
On a new layer, with the eliptical marquee tool, draw a yellow circle. Double click on the layer to bring up the layer style dialogue and check Stroke, 2 pixels (for my image).
CTRL+click on the thumbnail of the circle to see the...
In this tutorial, I am going to show you way to design professional and clean website layout. are you ready? Let's start.
Editor's Pick in Photoshop Tutorials, March 2006
A luring pile of sparkling gold – all from scratch? It looks so real! Too bad it's not. But it's still worth learning to create in Photoshop!
Create a new document, 1000x1000 pixels, no background.
Create a new layer. Using the eliptical marquee tool, make a perfect round selection and fill it with white. Position it like in my example:
With the selection still active, go to Select>Modify>Contract...
Make a new document, 1000x1000 pixels black background.
On a new layer, with the eliptical marquee tool, create a perfect circle (keep pressed the Shift key) and fill it with white.
Apply a 6 px stroke layer style (Layer -> Layer Style -> Stroke) of color #B59605 to the circle.
Open a photo at your choice.
Hit CTRL+SHIFT+U to desaturate the image or go to Image> Adjustments>Desaturate.
Now, hit Ctrl+L (Mac: Command+L) to adjust the levels; I used as input levels 116/0.10/194 as in the example.
Open your image (a portret image, because this tutorial is about softening skin of the model).
Duplicate layer. Your layer palette should look like this:
Now go to Filters>Others >Maximum. I put a 16 pixels value, but this is estimative. Your image should look like mine in the example:...