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Tuesday, May 25, 2010



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Adding an Artist’s Touch to Your Photographs – Psd Premium Tutorial

Posted: 25 May 2010 06:00 AM PDT

Today, we have another Psd Premium tutorial exclusively available to Premium members. If you want to improve your photo manipulation skills, then we have an awesome tutorial for you. Learn more after the jump!

This Premium Tutorial is Filled with Creative Tips

As an artist, I love working with great imagery, especially when the project involves collaborating with talented photographers and art directors. Starting out with a great, well-lit shot makes my job much easier. But every now and then the project involves taking something more ordinary and turning it into something special.

While it can be more of a challenge to create something special from an ordinary shot, the artist side of me loves that challenge. And it was while working on one such project that I got the idea for creating this tutorial. In this tutorial we’ll go through the steps I used to turn the shot below to the one you see above. Along the way you’ll learn about manipulating depth of field, creating lighting effects that give the image a little bit of ‘bling’, how to create a split toning color effect and finally how to apply a texture and color treatment to the image to give it a cool, vintage look.

By the end you’ll see some new ways of working that you can vary and apply to your images adding that special touch of your own. Let’s get started!

Professional and Detailed Instructions Inside

Premium members can Log in and Download! Otherwise, Join Now! Below are some sample images from this tutorial.

Psd Premium Membership

As you know, we run a premium membership system here that costs $9 a month (or $22 for 3 months!) which gives members access to the Source files for tutorials as well as periodic extra tutorials, like this one! You’ll also get access to Net Premium and Vector Premium, too. If you’re a Premium member, you can log in and download the tutorial. If you’re not a member, you can of course join today!


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