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I have picture with two layers one is the with object and other is just green background
I have picture with two layers one is the with object and other is just green background
Dublicate the layer with the object
Dublicate the layer with the object



Select the object and with mouse right click select free transform
Select the object and with mouse right click select free transform
and transform it like this
and transform it like this
Then on the selection click with right click select Warp
Then on the selection click with right click select Warp
and deform it!
and deform  it!
And move it!
And move it!
Set the layer opacity to less then 60%
Set the layer opacity to less then 60%
Take the Eraser tool and delete a little under the object reflection to make it realistic
Take the Eraser tool and delete a little under the object reflection to make it realistic

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The first thing we want to do is duplicate our Background layer since it contains our original image data and we don't ever want to touch that. To quickly copy the Background layer, use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+J (Windows) / Command+J (Mac), and that gives us our copy in the Layers palette:

Duplicate the Background layer

With the copy of our Background layer selected, we're going to bring up Photoshop's Lighting Effects filter. To do that, go up to the Filter menu at the top of the screen, select Render, and then select Lighting Effects. This brings up the Lighting Effects dialog box:

Photoshop's Lighting Effects filter dialog box

Photoshop's Lighting Effects filter dialog box.

If you've never used the Lighting Effects filter before, you may be looking at the dialog box above and thinking 'Oh my god, there's no way I can do this'. Don't worry, there's only a couple of things we're going to be doing here, and they're very simple. You can safely ignore most of what you're seeing.

Step 3: Select The 'Flashlight' Lighting Style

The first option we're going to change is the one at the very top, the lighting Style. Click on the down-pointing arrow to bring up a list of available styles, and choose Flashlight from the list:

Select the Flashlight lighting style

Select the 'Flashlight' lighting style from the list.

As soon as you select the Flashlight style, the image in the preview window on the left of the Lighting Effects dialog box changes to reflect the new lighting:

The preview window of the Lighting Effects filter dialog box

The preview window on the left changes to show how the Flashlight effect currently looks.

Step 4: Drag The Light Source To Reposition It

As we saw in the preview window, the light source is currently located in the center of the image, which isn't where I want it. I want it to be coming from the center of the flower she's holding, so I need to reposition it, which is easy to do.

The light source is surrounded by a circle with four square handles on it, and a small circle in the middle. To reposition the light source, I'm just going to click on that small circle in the center with my mouse and drag the light to a new location. I'll drag it over the flower:

Dragging the light to a new location

Repositioning the light source by dragging it by the small circle in the center to a new location.

Now we can see in the preview that the light is coming from the flower.

Step 5: Resize The Light Source If Needed

I'm going to increase the size of my light source by dragging the top handle upward:

Dragging the top handle upward to increase the light source size

Dragging the top handle upward to increase the size of the light source.

With the Flashlight style we're using here, it doesn't matter which handle you use, since the light is in a circle. Other lighting styles will give you different results depending on which handle you drag. Again, it makes no difference with the Flashlight style.

We're going to add more lights to our image next.

I now have a light source on the flower, and I could stop here if all I wanted to do was focus on the flower. But I want to bring attention to the woman's face as well and make it seem like the light from the flower is shining on her face. For that, I'll need a second light source. I want my second light source to use the 'Flashlight' style as well, so the easiest thing to do is simply copy the original one to create a second one, and then reposition the second one over her face. In fact, I can do both at the same time.

I'm going to hold down my Alt key (Windows) / Option key (Mac), and then I'm going to click on the center of my light source again and drag it over the woman's face to reposition it. By holding down Alt/Option as I drag, rather than moving the original light source, I'm copying it, giving me my second light source, already set to the 'Flashlight' style, and all I need to do is drag it to where I want it. I'll drag it to the bottom of her nose:

Dragging a copy of the original light source to a new location

Hold down 'Alt' (Windows) / 'Option' (Mac) to create a cope of the original light source as you drag it to a new location.

I want to make this second light source smaller, so I'll just drag the top handle inward to reduce its size:

Reducing the size of the second light source

Reducing the size of the second light source by dragging the top handle inward.

Step 7: Add More Light Sources As Needed

I think I'll add a third light source just to intensify the effect. I'll add one just below her eye on the left. Again, all I need to do is copy one of my existing light sources. I'll copy the one I just created, so to do that, once again I'll hold down my Alt (Windows) / Option key to create a copy of it as I'm dragging, and I'll drag it just below her eye. Then I'll drag one of the handles inward to decrease the size of this third light source a little:

Adding a third light source by copying the second one

Adding a third light source to the image by creating a copy of the second one as I'm dragging, and then resizing it with one of the handles.

I think that looks pretty good, so now that I'm done adding my light sources, I'll click OK to exit out of the Lighting Effects filter.

I think I like how intense the lighting effect is with my image, but if you find you want to lower the intensity, before you click on anything else in Photoshop (you'll lose this option if you don't do this right away), go up to the Edit menu at the top of the screen and select Fade Lighting Effects. This will bring up the Fade dialog box. To lower the intensity of your lighting, simply reduce the opacity of the effect by dragging the Opacity slider towards the left:

Lower the opacity of the effect with the Fade command to reduce the lighting intensity

Lower the opacity of the effect with the Fade command to reduce the intensity of the lighting if needed.

As I said, I'm going to leave mine the way it is at full intensity, but the Fade option is there if you need it.

And that's it! The lighting effect is complete. Here's my original image once again for comparison:

The original image

The original image once again.

And here is the completed 'focus with light' effect:

The final result

The final 'focus with light' result.

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In this Photoshop tutorial I'll teach you how to make simple logo, with a star.

Create a new file (File>New) having 450x450 px and 72 dpi.
Pick up the here indicated Ellipse Tool (U) to represent the primary layer of the logo to draw next.

 Logo Design With a Star in Photoshop CS

The layer’s parameters:
Blending Options>Gradient Overlay

 Logo Design With a Star in Photoshop CS

Gradient’s parameters:

 Logo Design With a Star in Photoshop CS

 Logo Design With a Star in Photoshop CS

Using the previous applied instrument, we’ll create firstly the outside edges of the ring and then press the Alt button to cut out the inside part, selecting the same instrument.

 Logo Design With a Star in Photoshop CS

The layer’s parameters:
Blending Options>Drop Shadow

 Logo Design With a Star in Photoshop CS

  

Blending Options>Inner Shadow

 Logo Design With a Star in Photoshop CS

Blending Options>Gradient Overlay

 Logo Design With a Star in Photoshop CS

Gradient’s parameters:

 Logo Design With a Star in Photoshop CS

 Logo Design With a Star in Photoshop CS

Applying the same Ellipse Tool (U), we’ll represent one more layer reserved for the indicator, colored with # 9C6856.

 Logo Design With a Star in Photoshop CS

Make a mouse’s click between the ring’s layers and the recently made one, pressing simultaneously the Alt button and the layer will be applied in the ring’s limits.

 Logo Design With a Star in Photoshop CS

 Logo Design With a Star in Photoshop CS

Next step includes selecting the Custom Shape Tool (U) for choosing the appropriate shape indicated in the next shown table.

 Logo Design With a Star in Photoshop CS

 Logo Design With a Star in Photoshop CS

The layer’s parameters:
Blending Options>Drop Shadow

 Logo Design With a Star in Photoshop CS

Blending Options>Gradient Overlay

 Logo Design With a Star in Photoshop CS

Gradient’s parameters:

 Logo Design With a Star in Photoshop CS

Blending Options>Stroke

 Logo Design With a Star in Photoshop CS

 

Gradient’s parameters:

 Logo Design With a Star in Photoshop CS

 Logo Design With a Star in Photoshop CS

Choose the already well known Ellipse Tool (U) to draw a flare on the logo’s surface.
After that select the Delete Anchor Point Tool to move off the circle’s top. The Convert Pont Tool will be helpful in correcting the circle’s shape.

 Logo Design With a Star in Photoshop CS

The layer’s parameters:
Fill 0% on the layers.
Blending Options>Gradient Overlay

 Logo Design With a Star in Photoshop CS

Gradient’s parameters:

 Logo Design With a Star in Photoshop CS

 Logo Design With a Star in Photoshop CS

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Let's make 3D Jigsaw Puzzle Piece.

1. First of all open a New Document here

I have selected 300 Pixel / 300pixel.

Now from the Custom Shape Tool seelct

a shape that look like a jigsaw puzzle piece.

2. Select Pen Tool , and Right click

on the shape > Make Selection > click ok

at 0.2 pixel.

3. Now select Gradient Tool >

go to Gradient Editor > set color in the Gradient Editor ,

and then fill the Gradient color #575B64, #5C606B,

#ADC0D1, #C9D7FA in the Layer1. Press Ctrl+D.

4. Now go to Edit > click on Free Transform,

and then turn the shape as shown below.

5. Now make a copy of the Layer2.

6.Now to make selection click on the copied

image while pressing Ctrl, and then select Gradient Tool

,

go to Gradient Editor and change the color as shown below.

Now fill the Gradient color #595C63, #F2FCFE,
#31363C,

#C4D6FA in the copied Layer.

shutterstock-3d-jigsaw

7. Now set the Layer as shown below, and then go to

Edit > click on Free Transform and set the shape as

you can see in the Image below.








image038




 

shutterstock-3d-jigsaw

8. Now with the help of Pen Tool create a

shape as shown below > Right click on the created Shape

> Make Selection > click ok at 0.2 pixel.

shutterstock-3d-jigsaw

shutterstock-3d-jigsaw

9. Now here fill the color #67686A in the layer3.

shutterstock-3d-jigsaw

10. Now select Burn Tool ,

and give Effect with the help of the Image below. You

can chnage the size of the Brush if you want.

shutterstock-3d-jigsaw

11. Now select Dodge Tool , and give Effect with the help of the Image below. You can chnage the size of the Brush if you want.

shutterstock-3d-jigsaw

12. Now Double click on the Layer3 > Layer Style > in the

Drop Shadow give Effect with the help of Image below.

shutterstock-3d-jigsaw  jigsaw puzzle piece

13. Final Image.

shutterstock-3d-jigsaw puzzle piece photoshop

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--Photoshop-- Stick Out From Picture

This time you will learn how can you make any object stick out form any image like this:





1. Open your image, duplicate layer (delete first one) and make new layer. You should have this in layer palette:




2. Now select Rectangular Marquee Tool, make selection on 'superman layer' and fill it with white like this:




3. Select Rectangular Marquee Tool again, make square on the white area and use Erase Tool to bring back the old photo:




4. Select first selection with rectangular again and press Ctrl+T to transform it. Right click on transform area to select Perspective. Transform selection like this:




5. Use Erase Tool to remove part of border that should not be seen:




6. Now select 'Background copy' layer and using erase tool remove all all background of image except that in border (it is easier to zoom image and use erase tool):




7. Create another new layer (for background) and drag it below background layer like this:




8. select 'Back' layer and fill it with some color (no matter which one):




9. Now double click on 'back' layer to open Blending Options and in Gradient Overlay set this:




It is done! Your final result will be:

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Start by opening an image of some tomatoes.

Insert and image of a muscle man.

Create cutout of the muscle man hand and place as shown.

Double click the layer to open layer style window. Apply settings as shown.

 

 

Apply settings as shown.

Duplicate the layer. Press Ctrl+T. Right click and select Flip Horizontal and place on the other side.

Adjust the layer style colors according to tomato's left edge color.

Create an ellipse for the eye using elliptical shape tool.

Double click the layer to open layer style window. Apply settings as shown.

Apply settings as shown.

Create another ellipse for the eyeball using elliptical shape tool. Apply some 'bevel & emboss' layer style.

Duplicate the eye layers. Press Ctrl+T. Right click and select Flip Horizontal and place on the other side.

Create mouth using pen tool. Apply same layer style we used for the eye layers.

Now create tongue coming out of the mouth using pen tool.

Double click the layer to open layer style window. Apply settings as shown.

Now set the gradient for the tongue as shown in the gradient drop down.

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In this tutorial I will show you how to create a cracked skin Manipulation, like shown below:









First of all we need an image.







Now get a cracked texture.







Now set this to Hard Light at 46% opacity and erase away the parts that look bad, like mouth, nose, eyes. ie.







Duplicate this and set it to Soft Light



And you're done!



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Creating a logo animation with dreamy dancing lights and shadows

 


   

 

Create a rectangle using rectangular shape tool.

Double click the layer to open layer style window. Apply settings as shown.

Type Company name using a bold font.

Right click the text layer in layer palette and select 'Convert to shape'.

This will convert the text in to shape layer. Select the text path using path selection tool. Press Ctrl+C to copy the path. Hide this layer.

Select the rectangle layer. Select the rectangular path using path selection tool. Press Ctrl+V to paste the path. Select 'subtract from shape area' from the top bar to subtract the text selections from the rectangle shape.

Select gradient tool. Create a gradient as shown.

Create a rectangular selection using rectangular marquee tool. Create a new layer and fill it with the gradient as shown in the image below.

Change the layer mode to 'Hard Mix'.

Open animation window. For the first frame move the white layer to left as shown.

Select the rectangular layer. Double click the layer to open layer style window. Drag the stroke gradient to outside of the document.

Duplicate the frame. For this frame move the white layer to right as shown.

Select the rectangular layer again . Double click the layer to open layer style window. Drag the stroke gradient to opposite corner.

Click tween button from animation window. Apply settings as shown.

Press Ctrl+Alt+Shift+S to save an optimized animated GIF.

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Digital Face Photoshop Tutorial

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In this tutorial we will be manipulating a black and white photo of a man's face into a futuristic digital image. First thing we need is a good face to start with, I downloaded the following image from http://www.sxc.hu/.

digital face 1

This is a black and white photo, so lets add a little bit of color. Create a new layer, and change the layer mode to 'color.' Use your ellipse marquee tool to select the man's eye, and then use the polygon lasso tool, while holding alt, to subtract whatever part of your selection traveled outside the border of the eye.

digital face 2

Fill your selection with a light blue to dark blue radial gradient.

digital face 3

Now we are going to add a little bit of texture to our face. I used the metal photo shown below.

digital face 4

Click on your eraser tool, and increase the size until you have a large enough brush to work with. Start erasing the parts of your metal texture that traveled into the eye and off of the face.

digital face 5

Change the layer mode of your metal texture layer to overlay. Next I adjusted the hue of the metal slightly to better match the blue/gray feeling of our image. To adjust the hue, choose Image > Adjust > hue Saturation, and play with the hue bar until you find a pleasing value.

digital face 6

Next we are going to add a reflection to our eye. I used the image below.

digital face 7

Ctrl Click the layer we used earlier to color our eye to make a selection. Create a new layer and choose 'past into.' Your reflection image will be placed inside your eye selection. Change the layer mode to overlay, and used your eraser tool to reveal some of the pupil below. I also added some reddish/brown to our color layer to give a 'rusty' effect to our metal texture.

digital face 8

Flatten your image by choosing Layer > Flatten Image. Next select the dodge tool, and choosing 'highlights' from the dropdown menu. Use your dodge tool to brighten areas within your eye.

digital face 9

Now we are going to add some 'light beams' emanating from the eye. Duplicate your layer by choosing Layer > Duplicate Layer. Move the copied image so that the eye is in the center of the canvas.

digital face 10

Choose Filter > Blur > Radial Blur. Choose a quality of 'best' and a type of 'zoom.' Move the bar to 100%. After your image has been blurred, move your eye back into its normal position.

digital face 11

Use your eraser tool to erase everything except the border around the eye to reveal the original image below. Now all we are left with are light rays.

digital face 12

Add a border and some text and you are done! Here is how mine turned out.

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Magic Hands Photoshop Tutorial

In this tutorial we will be taking a picture of a hand and turning it into a wizard's flaming hand of magic. First we need a good hand, I used the one below from http://www.sxc.hu/ This tutorial is in my 'advanced' section, so I am assuming intermediate knowledge of photoshop.

magin hands - 1

Use your magic want tool to select the white space around your hand, and press delete to remove the white space.

magin hands - 2

Change the color of your background layer to black, and examine your hand for any extra white pixels. Make touch ups are necessary.

magin hands - 3

Now we need a little something to texturize our background. Once you have found a desirable image, copy and paste it below your hand layer. Afterwards you can adjust the hue, brightness, and contrast as you see fit. You will see that I have lowered the brightness significantly. We are creating a glowing ball of light, so it will look much more brilliant over a dark background.

magin hands - 4

Create a circle in the center of your image on a new layer above your hand, and use your polygon selection tool to cut pieces out of the edges. After you have fudged up the edges a bit, apply a radial blur by choosing Filter > Blur > Radial Blur. Choose a quality of best, and type of zoom. Reapply the filter a few times by press Ctrl+F. Then, use your selection too to subtract the thumb from your radiating light. The easier way to do this is to hide your light layer, and use your polygon selection tool to select an outline of your thumb. Unhide the light layer and delete your selection, you should have something similar to mine.

magin hands - 5

Create a new layer, and use your paintbrush tool to create some random blotches of white, as shown below.

magin hands - 6

Apply a radial blur again by pressing Ctrl+F, or choosing it from the menu. Change the layer mode to Overlay, and duplicate your layer if you want the light beams to appear more strongly.

magin hands - 7

Create a new layer and use your ellipse tool to create a circle in the palm of your hand. Apply a radial gradient of light orange and dark orange. Create a new layer above your orange circle, and create a reflection using a white-transparent gradient.

magin hands - 8

Create a new layer, and Ctrl+Click your orange ball layer to get the selection. Capture a picture of your screen by pressing the 'print screen' button on your keyboard, and then choose Edit > Past Into to past your capture into your selection. Edit the scale of your capture screen by choose Edit > Transform > Scale. Reduce the size and center the image so that a reduced image of the piece you are working on is shown in the orb. This will act as a reflection.

magin hands - 9

Reduce the opacity of this reflection layer so the orange color of your orb is not overpowered. Next use the same method we used in the beginning to select an outline of your thumb, and delete the selection from your orb layers. You now have three layers you need to delete this selection from.

magin hands - 10

Use your burn tool to darken your original orange ball layer where shadows would naturally appear. This will help to enhance the illusion that this ball is being held by the hand.

magin hands - 11

Next I decided that i didn't like how plain the wrist of the hand looked, and found an image to overlay into it. I searched http://www.sxc.hu/ from 'vines' and copied the image below into my canvas. I changed the layer mode the overall, and erased the extraneous parts.

magin hands - 12

Finally I added some text, and we are done! Here is how mine turned out.

magin hands - 13

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Learn How to create a silk pearl with this photoshop tutorial

After weeks of waiting I finally come up with a new photoshop tutorial, this time I though I might show you how to make a silk pearl in photoshop.
Open a new Photoshop document, mine is 250x250 pixels. Using your Elipse Tool (press and hold the SHIFT key) draw a perfect circle. Now double click your layer in the layer pallete and apply the following styles to it: a Gradient Overlay with the Style set to Radial and a gradient that goes from #b68072 at 0% location to #e9b6a0 at 60% location to #fff1d7 at 85% location and finally to #ffffff at 100% location. Your effects should look similar to this:You should also apply a Bevel and Emboss style to it with the style set to Inner Bevel, Technique set to Chisel Hard, Depth 151%, Size 2 px, uncheck use global light and use 38 degrees for Angle and 32 degrees for Altitude. Set the highlight mode to overlay with 100% Opacity and #d1a971 for color and your Shadow mode also to Overlay, with 75% Opacity and #d9b890 as color.Now CTRL+click your shape layer in order to bring out its selection then go to Select menu and choose Modify and Contract and insert a value of 2 pixels (this should big as big enough as the size of the Bevel and Emboss style applied to the circle shape layer).
Create a new layer, select the Brush Tool with a Soft Round Brush of 20 px and using black color draw something like you see in the picture below:Now put your layer mode to Soft Light and Opacity to 80%.Create a new layer, select the Brush Tool with a Soft Round Brush of 20 px and using white color draw something like you see in the picture below:Now put your layer mode to Overlay and Opacity to 80%.Now create a new layer and with a Soft Round Brush of 16 px click once on the light part of your sphere and you should have something like this:Selecet the layer's Opacity to be 60%.Now create a new layer and using your Polygonal Lasso Tool create a star shape and fill it with white:Now CTRL+click your shape layer in order to bring out its selection then go to Select menu and choose Modify then Contract and insert a value of 2 pixels (this should big as big enough as the size of the Bevel and Emboss style applied to the circle shape layer) then press CTRL+I in order to invert the selection. Create a new layer above all the layers, select the Brush Tool with a Soft Round Brush of 20 px and draw two white margins like you see in the picture below:If you want to take this tutorials a little further, you may try to add more light and shadow to your silk pearls; here is what I come up with:




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Description: In this tutorial, we'll be creating a 3D spherical cage and then put an object inside it.

Start a new document, size 20px wide by 4px high, and set Background Contents: Transparent

 

Zoom into the document so you can see what your doing.

Select the pencil tool brush size 5, then stroke the left edge of the canvas, with black.

 

Then go to Edit->Define Pattern.
In the Name field, give it a name 'Horizontal' then click ok.

Now to go Image->Rotate Canvas->90CW

Then Edit->Define Pattern.
In the Name field, give it a name 'Vertical' then click ok.

Now you can close this document, without saving.

Now open a NEW document, 500x500 of whatever size you want, with white background.

In this new document, create a new layer

then select the Eliptical marquee tool , then while holding down the SHIFT button, use the marquee tool to create a circle, as large as you can fit it in the canvas

 

Now go to Edit->Fill

In the 'Use:' section, select 'Pattern'

in the 'Custom Pattern' option, select the 'horizontal' pattern you created earlier.

This will fill the selection with some vertical lines.

Do not delselect yet.

Then do the Edit->Fill step above again, but this time, select the 'vertical' pattern you created earlier.

You should still have the selection

Now duplicate this layer: Right click on the layer name, then select 'Duplicate Layer'

Now, with the top layer as the working layer, go to Filter->Distort->Spherize.

set Amount: 100%, Mode: Normal

Now with the bottom layer as the working layer, go to Filter->Distort->Spherize, this time:

set Amount: -100%, Mode: Normal

Now you can DESELECT by pressing CTRL+D

Now you should have 2 layers, the bottom layer bulge inward, and the top layer bulge outward, creating a sphere.

But the sphere is looking very messy and undefined.

lets clean it up a little

 

Apply the following layer style to both layers


Bevel and Emboss
Gradient Overlay

Now set the Opacity of the BOTTOM LAYER to about 30%

Now, if you want to put anything INSIDE the sphere, add that layer into BETWEEN the 2 layers

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So let's start.I will use this apple in this tutorial. ( you can use also a tomato, orange )




Open a new document ( 1000 X 1000 pixels )

Delete the grey background with the ' Magic Eraser Tool '
Then drag the Apple on your new document.

Now it will come the funny part.
Create a new layer. ( press Shift+Ctrl+N )
Select the Pencil Tool. Set the Master Diameter to 25 px
Choose a grey color and draw something like me.
I will use a grey color because it is better fo you to see what i am doing.

So start creating a 3D box by hand. It doesn't have to be perfect.



Select the Apple from the layer palette:



Now go to Edit > Transform > Warp.
You will notice that a Grid will appear on your apple.
Now with your mouse try to drag the points to fill the box. I recomend you to change the opacity on the grey box to 50 % so you can see what are you doing.

Then as i have told you try to drag the corners of the apple to fit with the box.



Now Select The layer with the Grey Box.
Change the opacity to 40 %.
Create a new layer, and with the Pencil Tool create the same a box like before but with a white color.



Now let's apply a filter effect. With the last white 3D box go to Filter > Blur > Box Blur and set the radius to 25 Pixels.

Now you can go one more time to Edit > Transform > warp and make some small change on the White box.

here is my result:



I hope you like it.
You can tweak this yourself. you can add water drops or you can add a shadow.

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Burning wheels

Step 1
Open our photo of wheel. You can download it from here.

Step 2
Copy 'background' layer by pressing CTRL + J on keyboard. Name that layer 'wheel_copy'. Create new layer, name it 'black' and put it below 'wheel_copy' layer. Delete 'background' layer.

Step 3
Now we have to remove white background from wheel. Pick Magic Wand tool (W) and click on the white on 'wheel_copy' layer. Press DEL on keyboard to delete selection. Now we have only contour of wheel.

Step 4
Press CTRL + ALT + C to change canvas size.
Enter these values,
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click OK and fill 'black' layer with black color.

Step 5
Create new layer
, name it 'fire' and put it below 'wheel_copy' layer. Press CTRL and click on 'wheel_copy' to select the wheel. Go to SELECT - MODIFY - CONTRACT and enter value of 25px.
Change the opacity of 'wheel_copy' so we can see what we are doing behind the wheel. Click back on 'fire' layer and start drawing something like I did on the photo below.
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For the gray colors I used this values H:0 S:0 B:60 and H:0 S:0 B:85 . Deselect selection.

Step 6
Click on 'fire' layer if it's not selected. Go to the Create new adjustment layer and select Color Balance. Set values as I did.
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Step 7
Pick Smudge tool (R), select brush, set the strenght to 80% and start making flames.
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Step 8
Click on 'wheel_copy' layer and change opacity back to 100%. Now press and hold CTRL and click on this layer. This will select wheel. Go to the FILTER - BLUR - RADIAL BLUR and enter value of 15 and BEST method (you can experiment with these values).
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Click OK.

Step 9
You can size down image if you need to use it for your sig or avatar.
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This tutorial will teach you how to use 'Quick Masking', a tool in Photoshop, which I believe will give you the best results in cutting out a section of an image.

Read on.




















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Realistic Bulletholes

Nobody likes getting shot. But a action-packed photo looks much cooler with a few bulletholes in the wall!

·         Step 1 Open a document of a large size and add a white retangle on a new layerin the left corner;

Realistic Bulletholes

·         Step 2 Add some wind Filter>Stylise>Wind and choose wind from the left;

Realistic Bulletholes

·         Step 3 Rotate the canvas by going to Image>Rotate Canvas>90° CW;

Realistic Bulletholes

·         Step 4 Press CTRL+E to merge the 2 layers and go to Filter>Distort>Polar Coördinates and make sure it's gonna get round;

Realistic Bulletholes

·         Step 5 Press CTRL+I to invert the image;

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·         Step 6 Go to Select>Color Range and click anywhere on the white part, then ok. Then you need to press DELETE.
After that, get out your picture of the texture you need to put the bullethole on;

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·         Step 7 Add these settings to it;

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·         Step 8 Now don't rasterise it or merge it with another layer! Just leave it as it is with the layer-styles still active!

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·         Step 9 Then duplicate the layer and resize it to a nice amount! (Always make the bullethole bigger then you want it!)

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Adding Movies

Learn how to add movies to your graphics and save them as a .gif-file

·         Step 1 For this tutorial, you are gonna need a movie which is in the filetype .mov. No other filetype will work!
Hop on to image-ready first and click File>Open and select your movie.
The following screen will pop up and you must choose the second option and select a piece of the movie with SHIFT as explained;

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·         Step 2 Once you have your piece of movie, and making sure it ain't HUGE, select all layers and set the time to NO DELAY;

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·         Step 3 Export this piece to Photoshop, where we will put graphics around it. Mak sure you have the 1st frame in Image-Ready selected before you export it.
When you're in Photoshop, go to Image>Canvas Size and select a size of your choice

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·         Step 4 Build *something* around it, WHILE MAKING SURE YOU DON'T TOUCH THE LAYERS THAT CONTAIN THE ANIMATION!!!

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·         Step 5 And then finally, move over to Image-Ready and save the .gif

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1) Lets make a different job by taking advantage of Photoshop’s blessings. As you see below there are 2 photos, one is a negro rapper, and the other is a wolf. We will try to have a different display by binding these 2 photos. We can call this photomontage, lets see if we can do it.

2) For first we’re decreasing Opacity value of the wolf, so we are able to see the photo below and locate it like we want. Later restore it to its old condition again. Select the Wolf’s Layer and click Add vector Mask button from under Layer menu.

3) Lets learn the tip of this application, after adding Vector Mask click to Brush Tool, choose a brush which has soft edges and set the brush size as 100. Foreground Color has to be #000000. Now start moving the brush slowly on the wolf Picture, remove the edges till you achieve the display below. Though the Picture below looks as if it’s finished, its hasn’t done yet.

4) With Image > Adjustments > Hue bind the negro’s tan colour with wolf picture’s colour tones. I changed them both as black and white. With this technique you can achieve different displays.

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Crystal Orb Photoshop Tutorial

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Start out by finding a background you would like your orb to appear in. I chose this lovely photo of the sky.

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Make a selection with your circular selection tool, holding down shift to ensure that it is a perfect circle.

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While you have your circle selected, choose Filter > Render > Lensflare. Choose a style and size that suits your picture. Next run Filter> Distort > Spherize, and choose 100%. You should have something like the image below.

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While you have your sphere selected, hold the alt key and use your circle selection tool to cut out a large portion of your orb, so that all that remains is similar to the image below. Then choose Image > Adjustments > Brightness Contrast, and up the brightness a little bit.

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Now do the same thing for the bottom, except this time lower the brightness.

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Now lets trap something in our glass ball! I have my orb suspended in the sky, so I'm going to put a bird in there, you can do whatever you like.

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Copy your image, and while you have your orb selected choose Select > Modify > Contract, and contract your selection by 20. Now choose Select > Feather, and choose a feather of 10. Depending on the size of your picture, these numbers can vary.

Past your picture into your selection. Then change the new layer mode to 'overlay' You should have something similar to the image below.

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This bird picture had a light background, so its interfering with the orb color a little bit. To fix this, lets edit the brightness/contract again. While on your new picture layer, choose Image > Adjustments > Brightness Contrast. I used the settings below.



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Here is how mine turned out!

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We'll begin this tutorial, by selecting the 'Elipse Tool' and drawing a circle as I have done below. Color does not matter. My canvas size is 294 x 168.

 

Now right click on the circle layer and select, 'Blending Options'. Now click on 'Inner Shadow'.

 

use settings at left

You may now click OK.

You should now have the below image.

Now select the 'Brush Tool' and set the foreground color to a7f0f7, and use the below settings.

Create a new layer and click toward the bottom of your circle as I have illustrated below. Two clicks should do it.

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Create, yet another layer and with the 'Brush Tool' still selected, click one last time toward the top of the circle. It's a bit bright right now so change the blending mode to 'Color Burn' on that layer and turn the Fill down to 46%.

You should now have the following:

Create, yet another layer and with the 'Brush Tool' still selected, click one last time toward the top of the circle again with White as the color while using the below settings.

You should now have the following:

Now, 'Ctrl' click the circle layer to create a selection then go to the main menu and click 'Select' then 'Modify' and 'Contract' by 3 pixels. Then Inverse the selection by going to the main menu and selecting 'Select' then 'Inverse'. Now go to 'Edit' and lastly 'Cut'.

You should now have the following:

Now select the 'Eliptical Marquee Tool' and draw a selection like the below image. Create a new layer, then go the the main menu and select 'Edit' then 'Stroke'. Choose White as the color at 1 pixel and centered.

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You should now have the following:

Do this several times, on the same layer, till you get the below image:

Now go to 'Filter' then 'Blur' then 'Gaussian Blur' and use the following settings.

You should now have the following:

Next, create another layer and select the 'Brush Tool' with White as the color while using the below settings.

Click on the intersecting strokes as I have done below:

Do this several times, on the same layer, changing the brush size, on occasion, till you get the below:

Now, 'Ctrl' click the circle layer again to create a selection, then click on the circular stroked layer to select it. Next, go to the main menu and choose 'Select' then 'Inverse' and lastly 'Edit' then 'Cut'.

'Ctrl' click the circle layer again to create a selection, then create another layer and drag it so it's above all other layers in the layers palette. Using the 'Brush Tool' with 3264af as the color and a brush size at about 25, begin to brush along the top and sides of the inside of the selection. Change the blending mode to Color Burn and turn the fill down to 27%.

Next, select the 'Elipse Tool' and draw a circle as I have done below using Black as the color. Draw the below shape. This layer will go below the circle layer.

Then go to 'Filter' then 'Blur' then 'Gaussian Blur' again and use the following settings.

The Results!!!

I hope you had fun and learned a little something from this tutorial.

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create a new document must be prefectly square i used 768x768
Now do Filter>Render>Clouds

do filter>render>differential clouds

repeate until you have more white than black showing.

Duplicate the layer

On the top layer do

Filter> Artistic>plastic wrap
i used HighLight strength: 7 detail: 9 and smoothness: 11

set the layer mode to linear dodge

merge the layer Ctrl+E

go to filter>distort>polar coordinates
select polar to rectangle.

do edit>transform>flip verticle

then do filter>distort>polar Coordinates
selecte rectangle to polar


there you have it!

Adjust the colors maybe drop the shadow in the blending properties of the layer and you have yourself a Stormy Looking orb.



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