Creating a thought-provoking photo composite doesn’t always have to be a labor-intensive affair. Sometimes it can be as simple as adding a mask and painting with a soft black brush to blend two images. In this tutorial, we’ll explore how to take a simple concept and quickly fashion it into a compelling composite.
In today’s tutorial, we’ll take a look at a quick-and-easy way to create rain using a little-known layer style by the name of (you guessed it) Rain.
In today’s tutorial, we’ll explore the techniques necessary to create a striking crack-n-peel face effect.
In today’s tutorial, we’ll create a dramatic light beam from scratch using a series of Curves adjustment layers.
In my experience with in-camera multiple-exposure techniques, I’ve discovered that it’s possible to produce a painterly effect with fine brush strokes merely by overlaying three or more slightly out-of-alignment frames.
Nik Software (now owned by Google) is the developer of a spectacular Photoshop plug-in called Color Efex Pro. In today’s tutorial, I’ll show you how to reproduce the Bleach Bypass look using Photoshop’s remarkable resources.
In today’s tutorial, we’ll build a Zen-like, misty mountains composite from existing landscape photos and textures. Along the way, hopefully we’ll pick up a few useful techniques and also discover that creation is a fulfilling (sometimes arduous) process.
In today’s tutorial, we’ll create a simple, but elegant, window-shaped gobo.