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Fake Panorama

Fake Panorama

Sometimes, it does not take more than an average photo and a few minutes playing with Adobe Photoshop Elements to create an impressive panorama.

Easy,Tutorial 30 January 2010 : Tagged in ,

Actions in Photoshop

Actions in Photoshop

Photoshop actions are the best time savers. They make you more productive during post-processing of your images. You can speed up repetitive tasks by using them. This tutorial shows how to create a new Action, record and save it. You will also find ideas of what can be automated with actions.

Easy,Tutorial 29 January 2010 : Tagged in

Photo Vignette

Photo Vignette

Adding a vignette (darkening or lightening around the edges of the photo) can be easily done in Adobe Lightroom and Camera Raw. However, these tools are limited in flexibility and customization. The following tutorial shows a quick and easy way to create either a dark or light vignette for your photo and give you the ability to have virtually limitless control over the effect. Creative Commons License photo credit: borealnz

Easy,Tutorial 28 January 2010 : Tagged in ,

Add a Beard

Add a Beard

This Photoshop tutorial you will teach you how to add a beard to a face using filters Noise and Blur. Creative Commons License photo credit: Hairy Jacques

Easy,Tutorial 27 January 2010 : Tagged in

Movie-like Effect

Movie like Effect

Have you ever wanted to edit your photo in such a way that it looks like a frame from some movie? Here is a tutorial for this photoshop effect. You will learn how to increase the depth of field too.

Easy,Tutorial 26 January 2010 : Tagged in

Vanishing Point

Vanishing Point

Vanishing poing is a cool and powerful filter in Photoshop that allows you to paint/clone/paste something to your photo fitting its perspective. For example you can place a logo on a side of the truck and it will look natural. Creative Commons License photo credit: Caitlin House

Advanced,Video lesson 24 January 2010 : Tagged in

Photoshop Masks Explained

Photoshop Masks Explained

Photoshop Masks preserve important pixel data and allow non-destructive editing techniques. There are five methods of masking in Photoshop: Quick Masks, Pixel Masks, Vector Masks, Clipping Masks and Clipping Paths. Learn which method to use to achieve clean, flexible and properly masked layers. Creative Commons License photo credit: Juliana Coutinho

Advanced,Tutorial 23 January 2010 : Tagged in , , , ,

Colored Hair

Colored Hair

If you want to color your model’s hair and make it shine, here is the tutorial for you. Creative Commons License photo credit: kevindooley

Easy,Tutorial 22 January 2010 : Tagged in ,

How to Whiten Teeth

How to Whiten Teeth

Easy photoshop tutorial that demonstrates how to whiten teeth in photographs. First you need to select the teeth area with a magic wand tool and then reduce saturation. Creative Commons License photo credit: Sukanto Debnath

Easy,Tutorial 21 January 2010 : Tagged in ,

Selective Desaturation

Selective Desaturation

Your photo gets greater attention if you highlight some object with one color leaving all the rest image in grayscale. This method does not require masking out the areas that you want to leave desatureated. You simply apply one adjustment layer to the entire image and it will take care of the whole effect. Creative Commons License photo credit: helenadagmar

Easy,Tutorial 20 January 2010 : Tagged in ,

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