In this episode we are creating a cracked skin effect in Photoshop, making it look more three-dimensional and adding blur. Be sure to check out Part 1 where you will learn how to wrap the Texture around a subject’s Face.
Our goal is to take a flat image and make it look like it wraps around the subject’s Face and blend the images together to make the effect realistic. This part one of two episodes teaching how to make cracked Skin in Photoshop.
In this episode we cover a special technique we created to help blur the edges of a photo while keeping your subject in focus. Prepare to learn about drawing attention to your subject using radial focus blur!
It can be hard to capture detail in both the Shadows and Highlights of an image because the dynamic range of most cameras is too small. We show you an amazing trick to recover Shadow detail in Photoshop without disturbing the Highlights.
Sometimes you find yourself wanting to add some interest to a backdrop in Photoshop and this episode is perfect for showing you how it is done. There are many ways to add interest to a Background, but this is one of the simplest and most effective.
More than any other Tool that we have at our disposal the liquify Tool has always been met with a special degree of ire. Liquify has been dubbed a great evil that has beset the foundations of society’s self esteem…
One of the problems you will encounter when photographing people is Skin redness. It usually shows up around the nose, close to the eyes and on the cheeks. Skin that looks too red can make people look tired, sick, old, or just bad.
The Step and Repeat command is one of the coolest secrets Photoshop has to offer. You won’t need this feature every time you open Photoshop, but when you are creating Patterns, there is no better Tool.