Have you ever wanted to float a piece of text behind a portion of an image?
Does the thought of isolating (also referred to as “knocking out”) a person in a photo with big hair fill you with dread? Never fear for the Extract filter is here!
Jack London once said “Show me a man with a tattoo and I’ll show you a man with an interesting past.”
Continuing on with the Photos within Type tutorial series, here’s another fun effect to create: grungy type.
Photoshop’s Replace Color adjustment is a quick and efficient way to swap one color for another.
Photoshop’s Unsharp Mask is a great way to add a little sparkle to eyes and a smile-but how do you avoid sharpening the skin and bringing out the wrinkles?
The calm and peaceful waters are ruining your image and you want to stir things up a bit. Here’s an easy way to add pond ripples to your image.
Serigraphs are silkscreen prints that, in the hands of artists such as Andy Warhol, Michael Schwab and Antonio Reboiro, can be exciting, colorful, high-contrast images.