Apply a Color Effect to a Photo

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Tutorial Details
  • Program: Adobe Photoshop CS4+
  • Difficulty: Beginner
  • Estimated Completion Time: 1 Hour

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The Secret

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Step 1

Create a new document with a width of 600 and a height of 800 pixels.

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Step 2

(1)Click on the Paint Bucket tool, (2) Set the fill to pattern, (3) click the options arrow and (4)Choose Color Paper in the options window of the drop down box.

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Design a Retro Typography Poster

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Step 1 : Creating the Type

For this particular tutorial we have to work interchangeably with Photoshop and Illustrator. So we have to switch back and forth between these programs. It is better to have these two applications opened side by side to improve efficiency. Our first step is to create 3D text. Type some text using the “Type Tool”. I used a font called Bifurk.

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Disco Tiles

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Step 1


Run Photoshop and open the photo you would like to add this effect to into Photoshop.


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Hipster Photo Effect

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Step 1

Open a photo into Photoshop. This effect works best for sunny outdoor photos.

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Complete Guide to Creating a Blog Website Layout

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  • Program: Adobe Photoshop CS4
  • Difficulty: Hard
  • Completion Time: 4 hours

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Step 1 – Before we start/Perspective explained

I’m planning to use some hand-drawn elements on my design. It’s kind of architectural drawings where perspective is pretty important aspect. So what perspective really is? It gives the flat image an illusion of third dimension. Makes graphic dynamic. Learning the basics of perspective will give you a great starter to manage a depth of field. Firstly, let’s try to imagine a wall. Flat wall like this one. Notice the two green, parallel lines:

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Create Custom Photo Brushes

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Step 1

Open Photoshop and open a photo to use as a brush. It should be something that would work in a pattern, where the content of the photo is obvious as various sizes. I’m using this “blue angel wing” I found on iStockPhoto. IT should be relatively large, perhaps 1000 pixels for both width and height. If you create a brush at a small size, setting the brush to a larger size than originally created will cause it to lose resolution. But making it smaller is no problem, just like resizing a photo.

 

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© ISTOCKPHOTO/DON WILKIE

Optional: You can download this file to use at http://www.istockphoto.com/file_closeup.php?id=130023 or use a similar one.


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