This Week Winner Tutorials
How To Fake Tilt Shift Photography
On this tutorial i will show you one interesting effect i’ve got by experimenting with Photoshop filters.
Learn how to create a convincing 3D glossy text in great detail, in photoshop.
on 08 Jan 2011 366 views
Sometimes, when you take an uninteresting photo, you search for ways of improving it. Adding a reflection is a great way to draw attention and improve a dull photo. Another reason for adding a reflection, is that the water was dirty at the time of shooting and the shot was ruined; or you wanted to add reflections (the real way, making use of the slow shutter speed) but you didn’t have the necessary gear to take the shot (camera with manual settings, tripod, filters etc.). These are some reasons I can think of, off the top of my head. It’s really easy to add a reflection in Photoshop. In this article I’ll explain you how to do it in post-processing.
on 03 Oct 2010 387 views
Macro photography is loved by many but practiced well by few. In this article I’ll share some tips on how you can shoot better macro photos. If you’re new to macro, or something’s missing from your macro photos, or you want to improve your macro photography altogether, this is the article you have to read.
on 01 Oct 2010 334 views
This is an easy way to produce a tilt-shift photo effect in photoshop making the scene look like it\'s minature.
Tilt Shift Photography is the latest ‘big thing’ in the photo world. It uses a very shallow Depth of Field to make a scene look like a toy. Here then is a guide for all you Photoshop owners so that you can create the incredible effect on your own photos with a few simple steps.
on 10 Apr 2010 226 views
Tilt shift photography is a photography technique that make things miniature. It\'s not easy taking a tilt shift photography, but you can fake an ordinary photo so it will look like a tilt shift photography. This Photoshop video tutorial will guide you step by step how to fake tilt shift photography.
on 01 Feb 2009 309 views
Find out how to apply the old vintage sepia toning effect on your image in this easy to follow tutorial.