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More materials by author Denny Tang

Make a road look wet by adding a reflection.
1. Open the image for editing.
2. Duplicate the current layer (Ctrl+J) and set the new layer's blending mode to "Soft Light"...
Change an image into a surveillance camera's image and simulate a scene in "The Grudge".
1. Open the image for editing.
2. Duplicate the current layer (Ctrl+J) and set its blending mode to "Overlay"...
Add a vivid fog effect that will enhance the saturation of your image.
1. Open the image for editing.
2. Dupliate the current layer (Ctrl+J)...
Editor's Pick in Photo Editing, September 2005
Sweep your cityscapes with solar 'wind' and motion blur filters to imbue them with the eeriness of northern lights.
Editor's Pick in Photo Editing, September 2005
Playing with pixels and layers, we'll create a holographic effect in only seven easy steps.
Editor's Pick in Photo Editing, September 2005
Easily create your own starry backdrop for your galactic battle station with the 'outer glow' layer style.
Editor's Pick in Photo Editing
Changing the colour of the light sources in your photographs can make them look even more realistic and beautiful than they were in the original.
Apply a clipart effect to any photograph.
1. Open the image for editing.
2. Duplicate the current layer (Ctrl+J) and change the blending mode of the new layer to Multiply...
Add an embossed effect to a photo.
1. Open the image for editing.
2. Duplicate the current layer (Ctrl+J), change the blending mode to Multiply and change the opacity to 50%...
Editor's Pick in Photo Editing, August 2005
Rarify your photos by adding an easily created antique effect. You'll be using the image tool to apply layer, channel, invert, blending, and opacity properties.