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Editor's Pick in Photoshop Tutorials, March 2006
Make anyone look like a model! At least in the picture. The tutorial will teach you to retouch the pimples and other imperfections on human skin.
Make a new document, 1000x1000 pixels, white background
Apply a Filter > Render > Clouds
Go to the Channel tab and make a new channel.
Go to Filter > Render > Difference Clouds. Now Repeat it 2-3 times after more. Your image should look like this:
Make a new document, 1000x1000 pixels, white background
Get the flag you want and add it to the newly created document on a new layer, on a new document.
Now CTRL+Click on the flag layer thumbnail to get the selection of the flag and make a new layer above it...
Make a new document, 1000x1000, black background
Grab the gradient tool and make a gradient like mine shown below.
Choose from it's options the Diamond gradient and on a new layer make the gradient like in the example:
Open the image where you want to add the water drop. Mine is this:
Make a droplet-shaped selection using the Elliptical Marquee Tool. You can rotate your selection with Select > Transform Selection if you need a selection at an angle.
Right click on the selection and choose "Layer via...
Editor's Pick in Photoshop Tutorials, March 2006
You are using the digital camera to take pictures? Well, maybe you’ll still want the old-fashioned film effect to embellish your site. Here’s how to do it.
Make a new document, 1000x1000 pixels, white background.
Set your foreground color to #2c8e01 and background color to black. Using linear gradient tool, make a gradient from lower right corner to upper left corner, like this:
Make a new document, 500x1000 pixels, white background.
Fill the selection with a "black to white" gradient starting from the top of image to the bottom like in the example.
Now go on "Filter - Render - Difference Cloud", then hit CTRL+F (Command+F on Macintosh) until you have so...
Editor's Pick in Photoshop Tutorials, March 2006
This is not a picture from the fifth element, but an image created from scratch by the author in just a few steps. Learn to do it yourself!
This tutorial is intended for those who have Photoshop CS or CS2. Open a landscape image, whatever you want. This is my image.
First time, go to Image> Adjustments>Shadow/Highlights and in the pop-up menu that will appear move the slider of Shadows to maximum (100%) and the Highlights one to ...