Most of you have Photoshop, don't you? If not Photoshop, at least GIMP? Both have capabilities that you cannot imagine. Many of us use Photoshop for retouching and post processing our photos, which is the most simplistic use of Photoshop. Brightness, contrast, hue-saturation.....and the "little" things. Have you ever thought of creating imagery that you can capture with your camera but never capture with your camera at the same time? Confusing? I'll tell you what I mean around the end of the article.... continue reading
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I thought you might appreciate seeing how I personally have been putting the tutorials that I found to good use.I've already shown you the image I created using the layering technique.These three images were all created using the other tutorials I'd found and posted.They were easy to make, and the longest that any of them took to render was a little over 5 hours.Now, granted there are other ways to create these same effects.I'd love to see what you can come up with! continue reading
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