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Editor's Pick in Photo Editing, August 2005
Adding pastel colors to any photo, you can create the look shown in the picture at the and of this tutorial. We'll use the neon glow filter for this one.
Two simple methods for inverting an image without changing the colours.
1. Open the image for editing.
2. Invert (Ctrl+I) the current layer...
Editor's Pick in Photo Editing, August 2005
Learn how to stylize any photo to emulate a highly detailed watercolor painting with a pen outline.
Imitate the effects of a thermal image taken with a thermal camera.
1. Open the image you want to add this effect to.
2. Add a new Gradient Map adjustment layer and select the Spectrum gradient...
Editor's Pick in Photo Editing, August 2005
Let's go grunge! Today we'll add a dirty overlay to an image to create the familiar look that is of late so popular.
Increase the size of a fire.
1. Open the image for editing.
2. Duplicate the current layer (Ctrl+J) and change the blending mode of the new layer to Difference...
A quick and effective technique to make waterfalls larger.
1. Open the image for editing.
2. Duplicate the current layer (Ctrl+J) and set the blending mode of the new layer to Screen...
Editor's Pick in Photoshop Tutorials, August 2005
Using Overlay, we'll convert any average photo to something akin to a stained glass window with geometric fragments.