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Open your image. Here is mine:
Duplicate the layer and on the duplicate use a little Hue/Saturation to add more color to the photo.
Put the duplicate layer on darken mode from the layer blending mode.
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Learn to create a cute logo and, whats more important, the 3d effect which is used here.
Make a new document, 1000x1000 pixels, white background.
Go to Filter > Noise > Add Noise and give a 56% noise, Gaussian monochromatic.
Now go to Filter > Blur > Motion blur and apply a motion bur with these values: angle: 0, distance 100 pixels.
Open the image you want to modify. This is mine:
Now zoom to around 6-700% to see the eye extremely large in order to make an accurate selection. Take the pen tool and make the eye shape like in my example. It doesn't have to be perfect. Now right click and choose "Make selection"...
Start by opening a image.
Press Ctrl+U to open hue/saturation window. Apply settingsa as shown.
Duplicate the layer.
From layer pallete change the color mode to linear dodge.
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Photographers, dont wait for a perfect chance to catch the rainbow after the rain. Create realistic-looking rainbows in Photoshop and save your time!
Start by opening a new file. Press D to set foreground and background colors to dafault B&W. From filter menu select render>>difference clouds.
Duplicate the layer and press Ctrl+f to apply the effect again.
Press Ctrl+F to reapply the filter. Keep on pressing Ctrl+F...
At the end of this tutorial, you will be able to turn this into this.
I advise you to start with a good quality and resolution image. You will have to change the color mode of the image from RGB or greyscale to CMYK. In the menu, go to Image>mode>CMYK.
In this logo we'll create a light ray effect. Basically we want an effect in which there is a light zoom behind the actual logo. Such effect look good on dark backgrounds with font in bright color.
In this tutorial we'll create an effect of a logo embossed in a metal sheet. Start by creating a gradient background. We used green to white to green.
In channel panel create a new alpha channel. Click on second icon from bottom right to create a new channel. this new channel is named alpha ...