This technique offers me the ability to add texture to inherently textured elements of some of my images. It all depends on your Photoshop skills but you can apply this technique as you feel best suits your image and ability.I have summerised each process and assume you are familiar with Photoshop techniques.Start with an apropriate portrait of a textured face, or a textured object.1. Duplicate Layer (Ctrl+J)2. High Pass on this layer (Filter - Other - High Pass set around 10 to start)... continue reading
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I want to share an easy non - destructive way of dodging and burning with you which I recently learned.Open a n image in Photoshop and make a copy of your background layer with Ctrl + j.Open another new blank layer,choose "Soft Light" from the menu while creating the layer and click the box below. ( % 50 grey thing ! )You will get another new blank grey layer.Press D and change the color mode to default.Now lower the Opacity and Flow to about % 50 or less.And choose a soft... continue reading
Hi Guys!Here's my latest video tutorial in Photoshop. This time I'll show you how to use the "Soft Light" layer mode as a quick and easy alternative from using our traditional Levels or Curves adjustments.I hope you'll find it useful. CLICK HERE to view it.Yanik continue reading
Hi Guys!As promised, here's my Photoshop video tutorial on creating a dark blue sky without filters. I hope you find it useful.If you missed my other video tutorials, you can check them out here. And there are plenty more to come!Have a great day!YanikPS: don't forget to sign up to my email feed. That way, you won't miss a single post! continue reading
Camera position plays a vital role in creating and arranging positive and negative spaces. The relationship between where the camera is positioned and where the elements in frame physically exist is one of the most important things we should pay attention too. Their are three components of the cameras position in relation to the elements in the frame, the vertical position, horizontal position and the distance to the subject (moving closer or further away).When we raise or lower our camera'... continue reading
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