In this Photoshop tutorial Gail Edwards goes through the steps she took in creating the fantastic Yellow Winged Faerie. Watch as the background is carefully crafted in preparation for the insertion of the model and her beautiful wings and flower bouquet. Gail takes advantage of the variety of looks that are achievable with blend modes.
Level and Curve Adjustment Layers can be used to correct and color grade an image. They are closely related and extremely powerful. We will cover these in more detail when we look specifically at Color Grading. Put simply, when you use Levels and Curves, you are adjusting shadows, midtones and highlights. Levels are linear, with three control points; adjustments will affect all tones. Curves are geometric, giving you complete control on how you adjust tonality of an image; adjustments can be fine-tuned to specific regions of tone.
This article is going to describe how using Auto Tone, Contrast, and Color to correct and/or improve an image. These options are within the Image Menu in Photoshop and are one-click automatic fixes. Whilst you cannot adjust the parameters of these, it can be useful to try them. The Auto options all work by using adjustments determined by color channels.
In this article Caroline going to show you a quick way to create snow and rain in Photoshop.
There are different ways to create fog and mist in Photoshop. Clinton Lofthouse’s tutorial showed how to use photographs of clouds. In this mini tutorial we will be using Gradients and the Render Cloud Filter.