Showing posts with label Photo Editing. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Photo Editing. Show all posts

Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Free Photo Editing Software | Photoscape

Photoscape for editng Photo

I used it for one-touch editing and enhancement of pictures, and when I make an Animated GIF's from static pictures. Actually almost 3 years i use this Software for Animation and editing or creating a Animate logo for a webpage. This Software is totally free and friendly user.

Photoscape is a fun and easy photo editing software that enables you to fix and enhance photos.

Key Features

Monday, January 13, 2014

Photoshop Tutorial | Remove a Person From a Photo

Quick Tip: Remove a Person From a Photo With Photoshop CS5’s Content Aware Feature

Tutorial Details
Program: Adobe Photoshop CS5 Extended
Difficulty: Beginner
Estimated Completion Time: 10 Minutes

With the launch of the new Adobe Suite of programs comes the long awaited Adobe Photoshop CS5. Packed with new features to speed up your workflow it truly is the most advanced edition of Photoshop to date. One of the new features we will be looking at today is called Content Aware. This feature allows you to quickly fill in a selection with surrounding content making it look like a part of the original image. In this case we will choose to remove a person from a photo, this can be done in less than five minutes. With the additional image enhancements this tutorial will take you less than 10 minutes to complete.

Photoshop Tutorial Tips and Tricks
Step 1
Using the content aware tool on different images produces different results. An image with a gradient background such as the sky in this image is quite tricky to work with. Open beach.jpg in Photoshop.

Photoshop Tutorial | Create a Grungy Skateboard Photo

Create a Grungy Skateboard Photo Montage Poster

Resources Used In This Tutorial:
Skater on Rail
Skate rail 2
Skater Jumping
Crumpled Paper Texture
Skate Ramp
Skatepark Rail
Skatepark stairs
Skatepark Circle Pit
Watercolor Brush set
FanExtra: Deatiled Watercolor Brush Set 2

Photoshop Tutorial Tips and Tricks
Step 1
Create a new document (1100px X 800px).

Paste your crumpled paper texture into the top-center of your canvas:

Photoshop Tutorial | Dynamic portrait

Dynamic portrait with flashy lights

Photoshop Tutorial Tips and Tricks
 Step 1

Open a new file in Photoshop.It should be 3200 pixels wide by 2100 pixels high.Use 300 dpi for the depth resolution.

Sunday, January 12, 2014

Photoshop Tutorial | How to Smooth Skin Without Losing Texture

Quick Tip: How to Smooth Skin Without Losing Texture in Photoshop

Tutorial Details
Program: Adobe Photoshop
Difficulty: Beginner
Estimated Completion Time: 20 - 30 Minute

Smooth Skin
 here is the original image.

Photoshop Tutorial | Fire Effect

I this Tutorial I will show you how to create a fire effect and it will guide you step by step.

Photoshop Tutorial, Tips and Tricks
Step 1

Open Photoshop and create a new document. I used 1920x1200. After that select the background layer and go to Layer>Layer Style>Grandient Overlay. Use #150b06 and # 321c0f for the gradient colors, Radial for Style and Normal for Blend Mode.

Photoshop Tutorial | How to Create an Abstract Wireframe Text Effect

Quick Tip: How to Create an Abstract Wireframe Text Effect

Tutorial Details
Program: Adobe Photoshop CS2+ or any photoshop
Difficulty: Beginner
Estimated Completion Time: 20 Minutes

Photoshop Tutorial, tips and tricks
Step 1
Let’s start by creating a new document which is 900 px wide and and 600 px high at a resolution of 300 pixels/inch. Make sure the Color Mode is set to RGB.

Photoshop Tutorial | Texture to Skin Photo Effect

In this Tutorial I will Show you how to use an Effect into a photo using Photoshop, and It will Guide you Step by step.

Photoshop Tutorial
 Firstly, start by finding a stock photo that you can add the texture to. For example, you can use this one or you can of course, go to Google Images and look up some picture you are interesting in. Also you need to find some appropriate stone texture. You can do it in the same way or feel free to use mine. Ok, now open up both of your photos in Photoshop, you can either keep it at its current size of resize it down a little bit if you want. After that bring the texture picture to the canvas with the mans face:

Saturday, January 11, 2014

Photoshop Tutorial | Guide to Adobe Photoshop

Step 1

Create a new file (I used 500×800 in the original) and fill it with any color (I used purple, #6d005c).

Photoshop Tutorial | blending layers

Stocks Use

Open your main image in PS , and turn it B/W , (Image/Adjustment/Desaturate )

Photoshop Tutorial | How to make Text using Spray Paint

In this Tutorial I will Show you How to make Text Using Spray Paint for Photoshop.

Step 1
Create a new document with dimensions; 10240x768px then fill the background layer Black. Now using some splatter brushesmake a few splats in the middle of the page like so. From now on the images will all be zoomed in on this area of the document.

Windows Tips | 100 Keyboard Shortcuts

Getting familiar with keyboard shortcuts not only help you get the work done faster, but also more efficient. If your daily job rely heavily on using Windows, here are some 100+ Windows Keyboard Shortcuts you might want to check out. If there’s any nifty shortcuts we have missed, appreciate a heads up.

The General Shortcuts

We’ll kickoff the list with some really general shortcuts that you often used.We’ll kickoff the list with some really general shortcuts that you often used.

Friday, January 10, 2014

Photoshop Tutorial | Text Effect Using Layer Styles in Photoshop

Quick Tip: Create a “Transfarmers” Text Effect Using Layer Styles in Photoshop

Tutorial Assets
The following assets were used during the production of this tutorial.

Step 1

Make a new .PSD document, 1000 x 500 pixels, RGB color, 100 dpi and grey background (color #33333). Create a new layer and fill it with brushed metal pattern from tutorial assets section (any metal texture will do though). Now using the Blending Options, fill this layer with a Light Blue color and set the blending options to “Overlay”. Finally if you want you can add a gradient that include several white and grey tones, with a bright area in order to create a better effect for the background.

Photoshop Tutorial | Inspired Illustration Using Photoshop & Illustrator

 Step 1. Before you begin, it’s always good to do a bit of planning. For graffiti art, do some research and keep it in mind when you begin planning out your sketch. Use thicker lines for the outline, thinner lines for the inner details, and wispy lines for more defined creases.

 Step 2

Sketch out a drawing and scan it at 300 DPI. When you’re finished, go ahead and make a new document in Illustrator. Go to File > Place and place your image on the canvas.

 Step 3

Use your favorite brush to do the thick outline of your character and add in the face’s main details such as eyes, mouth, ears and nose. I changed up the eyes and nose for a more flowing appearance. The brushes I used are just the default circles

Photoshop Tutorial | Ghost Effect

Step 1: Copy The Background Layer

As always, we never want to work directly on our Background layer, since it contains our original pixel information, so the first thing I'm going to do is copy it. I'm a big fan of naming layers and you should be too, so I'm going to use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+Alt+J (Win) / Command+Option+J (Mac) to bring up the New Layer dialog box. I'm going to name my Background copy layer desaturated, and we'll see why in a moment:

 This gives me a copy of my Background layer in the Layers palette, which Photoshop has named "desaturated":

Thursday, January 9, 2014

Photoshop Tutorial | Minimize, colorize & bodypaint a Supercar

Grab a high resolution stock photo from a supercar from one of the stock photo websites. I used this picture, but you can use another one (Source file Super Car).

 Grab the Elliptical Marquee Tool (M) and select both the wheels. Duplicate layer (Ctrl+J) to put the wheels on a top new layer.

Photoshop Tutorial | How to Turn Humdrum Photos Into Cinematic Portraits

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!

Asset Preparation
The images I’ve used are: The man, the cloud, the water drops 1, and water drops 2. As always feel free to use your own images, however you may need to tweak the settings of any of the steps to get the right effect with different assets.

Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Photoshop Tutorial | Using Tools from Photoshop's Toolbar

Now it's time to learn how to use some of the tools in the Photoshop toolbar.

Marquee Selection tools: The following tools allow you to select regions in your image to alter, copy, move, and apply filters.

This is the default selection setting. You can make a selection of any rectangular size and shape.

Elliptical marquee tool: This tool, available when you click and hold down on the selection tool region of the tool bar, selects elliptical spaces. To select a round area, hold the shift key while clicking and dragging.

Single row: This tool will select a 1pixel region that is as wide as your image. Very useful for trimming edges and making straight lines.

ingle column: The tool will select a 1pixel region that is as tall as your image. Also very useful for trimming edges and making straight lines.

A Note on Selection Modes (in the options bar):

# Normal mode allows you to drag the cursor to create the selection size you want.
# Constrained aspect ratio allows you to choose a scalable rectangle, say with a width to height ratio of 1 to 2. The selection will grow when you drag, but will remain the same shape.
# Fixed Size/Fixed Aspect Ratio allows you to predetermine the size, in pixels or a ratio, of the selection you will make. When you click with fixed size selected, a selection box of the exact size you specified will automatically appear. With fixed aspect ratio, you can make different-sized selections of the same shape. This is a particularly helpful tool when cropping images to a certain size or drawing identical boxes.

Photoshop Tutorial | Familiarizing Yourself with the Photoshop Interface

Welcome to the wonderful world of Photoshop. This tutorial covers the basics of how to use Photoshop to work with your digital images. The intent of this tutorial is to introduce you to the concepts at work in Photoshop; however, the best way to develop your skills is to experiment with the programs. This first page will point out some of the features of the Photoshop interface and define a few terms I'll use throughout the tutorial.

Open application

The first step, of course, is to open the application. In the IT lab, you can find Photoshop in the folder marked Adobe in the programs menu (from the start menu). It may also be located in a start menu folder called Graphics.

Once you have opened the application (after a few moments of loading time), the Photoshop interface will appear. There are many complex elements of the interface, and for reasons of both saving space in this tutorial and keeping things basic, I’ll only show you the toolbars and options panes you need to perform the most basic tasks in Photoshop. If you ever notice that some of these elements are missing, simply go to the window menu and select them.

Elements of the Interface.

Photoshop Tutorial | Tips & Tricks using Pentool

In this tutorial, we are going to use the pen tool and alpha channels to create the 3D-looking heart above. This tutorial assumes only minimal knowledge and you should be able to work through it even if you are a beginner in the use of Photoshop. Through this tutorial you will learn and practice the following:

* Using the freeform pen tool.
* Making a simple texture.
* Using alpha channels to hold a selection.
* Using alpha channels to render a texture using lighting effects.
* Transforming a selection.

1. File -> New. Be sure you are in RGB mode. The size of your file doesn't matter, but i made mine 600px by 600px. Now to make your Texture Channel, which will be a blurred and trimmed heart.

a. To make a new channel, click on the Channels Palette and then click the New Channel icon at the bottom.