Adobe Photoshop is graphic editing software and we have updated version as well to get advanced and new features according to designing requirements, this is image editing tool specially that’s why we call this raster graphic tool, this post also belong to “Photo Effect Tutorials for the Photographers” these Photoshop tutorials can help to learn more tricky methods of beautiful and imaginary photo editing skills, these are also giving direction to design more beautiful and attractive creative works toward web page and print media designs.
Nowadays in web designing you can find hundreds of Photoshop photo effects for get more artistic visual appearance but we collect some useful photo effect tutorials for you to learn modern techniques on this way of photo editing effects, I hope due to these below Adobe Photoshop tutorials you will learn new photo effect techniques.
Written by Steve Patterson. In this Photoshop tutorial, we’ll learn how to create the illusion that a single photo is being displayed as a series of vertical panels. It may look complicated, but as we’ll see, it’s actually a very easy effect to create, with many of the steps being simple repetition. I’ll be using Photoshop CS5 here but any recent version of Photoshop will work.
In this lesson we will learn how to change colors, to do unusual imitation of hair and to create effect of placing of object under water.
Photoshop is a fantastic application for combining average photos to create something entirely new. In this tutorial we will combine several stock photos to create a scenic landscape panorama. Let’s get started!
I’m a fan of horror films, but I admit I’m a bit shallow in that I usually just watch them for the special effects. I’m usually sitting there thinking to myself, “I wonder how they did that”. So while playing around in Photoshop one night, I came up with this little technique for taking a living, breathing person and making them appear more like a ghost, which is why I called it”ghosting an image”.
This Tuts+ Premiumtutorial by author Mario Sanchez Nevado will put the “car” and “go” into escargot by creating a snail so big and fast that you could ride it at highway speeds. In the process, we will explain how to select the proper photos, as well as how to correctly integrate them into your scene using lighting,
I’ll be using Photoshop CS5 for this tutorial but any recent version of Photoshop will work. Here’s the original image I’ll be starting with:
To create this effect, you’ll need a photo of two people dancing close together, preferably a bride and groom but it doesn’t necessarily have to be. I’ll be using Photoshop CS5 throughout the tutorial but any recent version will do. Here’s the final result we’ll be working towards:
There are a plethora of ways to treat a portrait, for a myriad of uses, but that is for another feature. Let’s tackle adding drama or a cinematic quality to a regular, humdrum portrait. Let’s even throw in a little bit of faking HDR. That way if you work on a project that requires a stunning shot without the stunning photography, you’ll be able to cobble something together using your mad skillz!
This tutorial will show you how to create a simple additive two color Technicolor filter for Photoshop using Filter Forge plugin. Filter Forge is a fantastic tool to create your own Photoshop filters without writing a single line of code or know how to program in any language.
Written by Steve Patterson. In this Photoshop tutorial, we’ll learn how to display a single photo as a cluster of shapes, similar to larger “wall cluster” displays where several photos, usually in different frame shapes and sizes, are arranged together on a wall to form a larger design. In this case, we’ll use Photoshop to create something similar but on a smaller scale using just a single image.
In this tutorial we will explain how to integrate a rendered 3D model into a photograph to create a macro photography effect.
In this Photoshop Effects tutorial, we’re going to create a bit of an optical illusion, filling one photo with many smaller photos, or at least, many copies of a couple of smaller photos.
In this tutorial, Photoshop maestro Pete Harrison — aka Aeiko — shows how to create a variety of light effects that can be applied to photography or illustration with equal impact.
Sometimes retouching a portrait can be really tricky, specifically when dealing with model portraits. In this tutorial, we will be retouching a particularly difficult shot in which the subject has no makeup or dramatic lighting to emphasize the shot. Using Photoshop, you will be able to add makeup, repair flaws, and add some drama to this shot. Let’s get started!
Explosions are cool. Seriously cool. So when I received some e-mails asking about how to create a break-apart, explosion effect, I knew it’d be worth making a tutorial on. Read on to find out how to break apart a body, then add some awesome lighting and glow, and nopattern style, to finish the image off.
In this tutorial he will demonstrate how to create a studio sports portrait using the same techniques that you may have seen on billboards and in magazines. Let’s get started!
In this photoshop tutorial we are going to show you how to create dreamy effect in your photographs. This effect can be archived in many different ways, and the one im going to show you now is very easy, but extremely useful.
In this tutorial we will be teaching how to integrate elements from different sources to create a realistic photo manipulation with dark and conceptual elements. You will learn some lighting and blending techniques as well as some interesting post-production tips. Let’s get started!
In this tutorial we will take a photo and use different color adjustments and something like pattern floral brushes to make it better or to make a different mood to our picture. So let’s go.
In this Photoshop photo effects tutorial, we’re going to learn how to easily add a realistic water reflection to any photo. It’s a very easy effect to create and you can add it to any photo you like, although it tends to work best with images that don’t already contain water in them. We’ll be using a simple filter and a displacement map to create the water ripple effect, and a Hue/Saturation adjustment layer to give our water a little color.
In today’s tutorial we will demonstrate how to create a lonely, fallen, rain-soaked, angel composition in Photoshop using photo manipulation techniques. Let’s get started!
In this tutorial, young artist Mart Biemans reveals how to create an eye-catching illustration with just a few simple techniques and tricks involving the Ellipse tool. Follow his instructions and you will produce a detailed illustration that appears built up from circles or sequins.
In this Photoshop tutorial, we’ll learn how to add a timeless, classic vignette effect to a photo, perfect for wedding and engagement photos, anniversaries and other family portraits! Creating the effect is easy and once you’re familiar with the steps,
In this photo manipulation tutorial, Jennifer Cirpici explains how to create a figure that appears made from water, working from a stock photograph.
In this tutorial, author Mark Heaps will introduce you to Retrographer, a fantastic plugin for Photoshop that will allow you to apply similar effects to your photos in minutes with powerful fine-tuning control not possible in fixed preset applications. Let’s get started!
This will be a short and simple tutorial for photo edit. I try this during my lunch time yesterday and find it is quite interesting. So, I wish to share with you guys too. This is best for those who like photo with glow effect or a little fantasy effects. Well, check this out.
Today we will have a photo edit tutorial and sure, it is simple and easy to follow as usual. I think you may see this in many music album CD cover and some artist poster or wallpaper. Ok, let’s start then.
In this Photoshop Effects tutorial, we’ll learn how to create a popular “punch through image” effect, often seen in sports and movie advertising (and weekly store flyers announcing their “incredible knock out prices!”), as if a person or object has punched a hole right through the page or image.
In this tutorial, I will show you how to spice up a fairly dull and flat photograph. It’s very easy and fast! Go from flat photo to a uniquely lit style.