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This tutorial will show you how to create panoramic photos using Photoshop.
Lenticular printing is the only way to present 3D effects on 2D printing media without the need for the viewers to wear any glasses. I piece of plastic sheet called lenticular sheet is put one top of a carefully calibrated and interlaced picture. This tutorial explains the theory behind lenticular printing and the detail steps in doing the interlacing.
One of the ways you can improve composition of a photo is by making use of leading lines. These lines basically guide the viewer through your photo, making them explore the image. Furthermore, they create depth and add perspective to the scene. Lastly, these lines bind the foreground with the background gracefully.
This is a tutorial about Photoshop work flow with an HDR image. The whole process from merging the photos to tone mapping is explained in detail.
A guide for a high contrast effect starting with the photography setup and then explaining the Photoshop steps.
In this tutorial, we will take a look at how we can open our â€œPoint and Shootâ€ camera images from within this powerful new tool to create stunning photos. Click here to view the tutorial.
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