Learn how to use Photoshop to create selectively add a dramatic sepia effect a photo. This Photoshop effect works best when used with Photoshop CS3 but will also work with Photoshop CS2 or older using an alternative method.
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..
Advanced Color Correction with Levels
This technique is a contrast/tone and color correction technique all in one. Once you run through this, you will see how just about any image can be improved and you will use this technique many times over.
An “unsharp mask” is actually used to sharpen an image, contrary to what its name might lead you to believe. Sharpening can help you emphasize texture and detail, and is critical when post-processing most digital images.
Image noise can compromise the level of detail in your digital or film photos, and so reducing this noise can greatly enhance your final image or print. The problem is that most techniques to reduce or remove..
Reducing 5 O’Clock Shadow And Beard Stubble In Photoshop
In this Photoshop photo editing tutorial, we’re going to learn how to reduce the appearance of 5 o’clock shadow and beard stubble in a photo. Of course, if the photo is of a guy out in the rugged outdoors…
Open the image you want to add the linear light and halftone dot effect too. Duplicate the image to a second layer. Label the layers “original image” and “halftone layer”. Move the “halftone layer” to the top…
Faded Polaroid 600 photo effect for a vintage look
Ever wanted to shoot Polaroid again but can´t seem to find any film for that old dusty polaroid camera in your father´s basement? Well, in this tutorial I´ll show you how you can achieve that old faded Polaroid look..
This tutorial will show you how to take a low quality, lifeless and dull shot and turn it into a vivid night shot, with street lamp lightening. Just look at the example below and see how can the most terrible…