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This is a tutorial for thoes of you who are too lazy to complete the vector tutorial :P
1. Open your image, We have a picture of the famous Victoria Beckham.
2. Click Filter > Artistic > cutout and add the following settings: (levels 8; edge simplicity 5; edge fidelity 2)...
This is a pretty realistic fire effect with a few filters and the changing of blending options.
1. Start off with a new document, 400 px x 400 px. Then reset your colours by pressing "D" on your keyboard.
2. If you click Filter > Render > Clouds, you will get the base for the inferno...
This is a professional looking, one colour effect.
1. Open your picture, in this example we used Mr. Michael Jackson!
2. First, we need to take away the colours and to reduce it to a two tone picture. So, click Image > Adjustments > Threshold. Give this a setting of 125 and hit ok...
This is a very helpful tutorial, it will make your tables expand as you add content to them.
1. Start off by making our actual table in graphic version. This is a very simple table just to get you into the swing of things...
This will teach you how to turn your image to greyscale, then bring certain parts back to colour.
1. Start with any picture. If you like, use ours... A landscape of a desert.
2. On your layers palate, click 'create new fill or adjustment layer' (see below) and click hue/saturation...
Now, we all know, to cut pictures out, we use the pen, eraser or lasso tools. but.... when cutting fur or any other thing like that. we use another technique.
1. Open your image, in this example we used a white... some kind of... looks like a baby husky :P ...
This is just a quick tutorial teaching you how logos work.
1. Start with your background, you can create your own or use ours.
2. Make a new layer, and name it gradient square, now grab your marquee tool and set it to a fixed size of 150 x 150 pixels...
This is just a quick tutorial teaching you how logos work. We will go through how to make interlocking links.
1. Start with your background, you can create your own or use ours.
2. Make a new layer, name it "link one" now grab the marquee tool...
Freeze a picture thats going at speed!
1. Open your background, we just used a forest dropout i found on google.
2. Duplicate this layer and click Filter > Blur > Motion blur. you want the angle at 0 and the distance to about 100...
This effect is quite popular on forums, its not just as easy as taking the colour away...
1. Open your eye (click image for higher quality version to start with).
2. Desaturate (take out the colour) , by clicking Image > Adjustments > Desaturate...