In the last post, I showed you my set up for photographing an iris flower intended for my designs. In this post, I share my creative Photoshop filter explorations.
In the 4th and Final part of this tutorial, we put together the line illustration and the color image and use watercolor brushes in the layer masks.
Part 3 of the tutorial for creating a photo illustration from a photograph covers methods of making a line art illustration effect using various Photoshop filters.
How to choose and process the color image for the photo illustration effect. Different creative Photoshop filters are explored. Part 2 of a 4 part tutorial.
In part 1 of this 4 part tutorial you’ll find an overview of how to create this photo illustration effect using a color photograph with a line drawing effect.
I’m often asked how I to get crisp details and bright tones in florals. Of course, getting a good capture to begin with is the most important step, but we’ll cover that another time! Using Photoshop filters is a great way to enhance the details.
Has it been driving you crazy that .png files open in Preview on a Mac and you want them to open in Photoshop or Elements? Here’s an easy fix.
Comparison of the feature changes between the Pixel Bender Oil Paint Filter and the Adobe Photoshop CS6 Oil Paint filter, plus my own “Secret Sauce”.
This Photoshop keyboard shortcut will copy all the visible layers and merge them into a new layer. I use this handy shortcut with with nearly every image.
Post-Processing is the secret to getting great images out of your photographs. I share a Before & After from the original RAW file to processing in Lightroom, Photoshop and Finishing with a Topaz Labs filter. I’ve even included my Topaz filter preset as a download.