SEARCH
  Search

More materials by author Denny Tang

Editor's Pick in Photoshop Tutorials, September 2005
Convert poor quality or ho-hum photos into something valuable, abstract and memorable using Photoshop to simulate the style first promoted in Austria.
Editor's Pick in Photoshop Tutorials, October 2005
Clap your hands and say: "I do believe in fairies!" With a wave of our magic wand tool, we'll create fairy dust today.
Editor's Pick in Photo Editing, September 2005
By adding aniline based dyes to photo emulsions, Hermann Vogel produced the first Orthochromatic films in 1873. Today, we'll continue his post-production work.
Turn a statue into a realistic living object.
1. Open the image for editing.
2. Create a new layer, change the blending mode of the new layer to Overlay and add a layer mask...
Editor's Pick in Photo Editing, August 2005
Following the steps in this tutorial, using grain and noise filters, you can give any photo a distinctive distorted and wavering look.
A high contrast overlay with a vintage tint.
1. Open the image for editing.
2. Duplicate the current layer (Ctrl+J) and change the blending mode to Overlay...
Editor's Pick in Photo Editing, August 2005
Burning your insignia or design into crates and other wooden items, you'll make a memorable if not indelible mark on the world. This is a cool photo effect.
An image formed by a maze pattern. From a distance, you will see a greyscale photo. Up close, you will see a maze...
Add realistic tattoo on skin.<br/> 1. Open the image for editing.<br/> 2. Drag the tattoo you would like to apply on the skin to the current document...
Create the popular photo montages you've seen in posters and puzzles. You will only see a bunch of tiling images when you view the images up close, however, if you view the image from a distance, you will see one large image created by all the small thumbnails...