Hollywood films, such as the recent Boxtrolls, are wonderful examples of how to achieve a dramatic moody look through the use of carefully directed light and shadow, the play of warm and cool colors, and subtle inclusion of atmospheric effects like mist.
When working in Photoshop, do you find yourself doing the same tasks repeatedly?
Creating a glossy, metallic effect is quite a bit easier than trying to achieve a worn, dull, pitted one. And the logo for The Lone Ranger movie does a great job of replicating that aged, weathered, metallic look.
Iris Blur is the second of the five blur filters in the Blur Gallery available in Photoshop CC and later, but it was first introduced as one of three filters in Photoshop CS6.
Field Blur is one of the five blur filters in the Blur Gallery available in Photoshop CC and later, but was first introduced as one of three filters in Photoshop CS6.
This tutorial will show you a simple way to create a cool, fresh, glossy text effect using layer styles and a couple of images.
If you have plenty of background pixels surrounding an object, you can zap it in a hurry using the Fill command’s Content-Aware option.
The HBO series True Detective serves as the inspiration for this double-exposure technique by Daniel Bryant.