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Transform your photograph into a gradient vector artwork.
1. Open the image for editing. Simplier photographs creates better results.
2. Apply a "Cutout" filter to the current layer...
<span>Editor's Pick in Photo Editing, September 2005</span><br/>Who needs a fluoroscope to create x-ray effects? Nobody. Using layers and playing with light settings in Photoshop, you can crank out some electrifying images on your own.
Editor's Pick in Photoshop Tutorials, November 2005
Today we'll simulate a long exposure photo taken with mist and star filters by manipulating pinpoint light sources.
Editor's Pick in Photo Editing, November 2005
Create carnival-esque highlights with squared edges to set your night skyline ablaze with contemporary flair.
Editor's Pick in Photo Editing, October 2005
Superstitions and religious connotations aside, mist is a fairly ordinary phenomenon that can be simulated using layers.
Editor's Pick in Photo Editing
Ever wanted to sweeten a photograph with a sunset? We’ll show you how to make a trip to Myrtle Beach look like a trip to Hawaii.
Editor's Pick in Photoshop Tutorials, September 2005
Using the cutout filter, we will rasterize an image, creating something that imitates vector art.
Make a photograph look like it was taken through a frosted window.
1. Open the image for editing.
2. Create a new layer and fill the layer with the colour white...
Editor's Pick in Photoshop Tutorials, March 2005
Who's ever seen a freshly painted text on a road? Not the Thrift Bros. Road Company, not the opossum who crosses the road, and not anyone who drives a car.
Editor's Pick in Photo Editing, November 2005
Explore the magic of channel mixer, from green to monochrome in seconds flat, with Denny Tang.