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In this tutorial, we will show you not only how to create a blurred border very easily, but we will show you how you can create a customizable border for any photo. Along the way, we will give you tips and tricks such as keyboard shortcuts to speed up the process of creating a border in Photoshop.
In this tutorial, we will show you how you can take a normal picture and make it look like the objects are from a miniature model. This also called a tilt shift effect. In this course we will be using tools that we have learned from previous tutorials, such as layer masking or the gradient tool.
Whenever you want to add an object to an image, you usually run into perspective problems. With the Vanishing Point filter, you can tell Photoshop what a correct perspective is for that specific photograph. Once defined, you can than add images, text, etc. to the image and it will automatically give you the correct perspective.
Over the last few courses, we have shown you how to change the colors of a picture. Here is an excellent tool in Photoshop that will allow you to replace a color.
Have you ever looked at 2 different images and wanted to match the coloring from either the whole image or a specific part of the image? Photoshop offers an excellent adjustment called â€œMatch Colorâ€. With this adjustment it allows you to match from a source image and from a specific part of that image.
It would be nice to be able to select a specific or a range of colors and replace it with another color? Well you can do that in the Photoshop â€œReplace Colorâ€ adjustment. We will show you how to replace a color for the whole image and even show you how to replace only a portion of the colors in a picture.
You have seen it in the movies or on television were they take a black and white photo and add color. Within Photoshop colorizing is very easy and can be done quickly.
There are many different types of shadows, but the most common shadow is the cast shadow. It is a shadow that is created by something blocking the light source. In this tutorial, we will show you how to create cast shadows in Photoshop.
In the past tutorials, we showed you how to transform objects and how to use the basics of the Warp tool to distort text. In this tutorial, we will show you how to use the Free Transform tool and we will expand on your knowledge with the Warp tool. Along the way, we will show you how to warp an image around a coffee cup.
In this tutorial we will be showing you how to use the Extract Filter in Photoshop. There are many ways to remove the background from the image, but we find that the Extract Filter does a good to excellent job with extraction. We will be showing you how to highlight the edges of the object and to fill that specific area that you would like to protect from being extracted.
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