Photoshop Photo Effects

Do you want to add some special effects to your photographs? I’ve written these Photoshop Photo Effects tutorials to show you how to a bit further than basic image editing. Each tutorial is a visual step by step guide on how to use the tools. I hope you find them useful.

Photoshop Tutorial: Changing Lip Colour

In this Photoshop tutorial, I’m going to show you a quick and easy way to change the colour of someone’s lips. You might find this useful if you work for a lipstick manufacturer or if you have a photograph where you hate your lipstick colour. 1. Open the photograph...

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Photoshop Tutorial: Adding Focus With A Blur

There’s a great advertisement on TV at the moment for Sky, where they show a couple of scenes from movies – Pirates of the Caribbean - and sports – some football team wearing red – and the action is slowed down almost to the point of being stopped and the person in...

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Photoshop Tutorial : Light Effects

Light effects have become increasingly popular in advertising. In this tutorial I’m going to run through how to create a simple neon light effect on text and how to use the same styles to create other streaks of light using Photoshop. 1. Open the image that you want...

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Photoshop : Tutorial – Using The Art History Brush

Rather than using the filters to create a watercolour or painterly effect, you can use the Art History Brush in Photoshop to create a nice looking "painting". And it will make you feel like you're part of the process of making something because with this tool you need...

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Photoshop Tutorial : Create Lomo Style Photographs

Accidents such as over-saturated colors, lens artifacts, and exposure defects are just some of the wierd and wonderful effects acheived using a Lomo camera. What's Lomo? "In 1991 a group of Viennese students discovered the Lomo Kompakt Automat when on holiday in...

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Photoshop Tutorial : Fake InfraRed !

In this tutorial, you'll see how to use the Channel Mixer, Gaussian Blur and Film Grain in Photoshop to create the impression of an photograph which has been taken using a camera with an infrared filter. The effect works really well and can completely change the look...

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